Sunday, April 13, 2014

The Diamonds and Gold Blogathon: Day 2, the Ladies

Ladies and gents, it is the sparkly Sunday of the Diamonds and Gold blogathon, a look at great performances by actors over the age of 50.  Yesterday Rich of Wide Screen World hosted the wonderful articles on gentlemen who impressed us the most.  Today I am thrilled to host a look at all the great actresses who got better with time.

ImagineMDD - Anne Bancroft in 84 Charing Cross Road with Anthony Hopkins

Victoria Loomes, Girls Do Film - Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?

Minoo Allen - Bette Davis and the Baby Jane Paradox

Patti, They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To - Bette Davis in Right of Way with James Stewart

Beth, Mildred's Fatburgers - Marie Dressler's Second Wind

Margaret - How Katharine Hepburn Defied Sexist Ageism in Hollywood

Aurora, Citizen Screen - Josephine Hull in Harvey

Dorian and Vinnie, Tales of the Easily Distracted - Elsa Lanchester and Charles Laughton together in Witness for the Prosecution 

Jacqueline T. Lynch, Another Old Movie Blog - Rosalind Russell in A Majority of One

Amy, Vintage Cameo - Gloria Swanson

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