Royalty on Film Blogathon- It’s HERE!

Hear Ye, Hear Ye! The Royalty on Film Blogathon has finally arrived!


First off, I want to say congratulations to HM Queen Elizabeth II on both her 90th birthday and her anniversary of 63 years on the throne. Both are wonderful milestones that not all monarchs achieve during their reign. LONG LIVE THE QUEEN


Secondly, and most importantly, I want to say thank you to all you– the participants- who took part in making this event happen. I’m overwhelmed by the responses and I am looking forward to reading all of your entries-whether it be about one of my favorites or a film that’s “new to me” – I’m excited to read about what you’ve watched!

Lastly, I’m just so grateful that this idea caught a lot of attention. It started as just my simple idea of combining my two great loves- film and royalty. I’m so glad to know that it’s not just me who think these two work well together!!!

NOTE- If your banner isn’t showing up, I apologize as there was a slight glitch- I re uploaded them and you can now put them properly on your blogs click here for the original announcement posting so you can re-post them! Again Sorry for that!!!!

I will get round to reading ALL of your posts- it just will take a few days- But Expect my personal comments on every single one!!!!! (Just give me time 🙂 )

JUNE 4 2016- Guys I’ve loved every minute of reading and receiving all of your posts- I’m loving what I’ve seen so far- and am still not done as I still have to write my other post and also read some other entries! THANKS SO MUCH! I hope to participate in your guy’s blogathons in the future!!!!! From the bottom of my heart thank you all so very much!!! XOXO- Emily 

So without further delay.. let the Royal Procession begin!!!

I,The Flapper Dame, lead the procession with The Young Victoria (2009) and Sleeping Beauty (1959) (its up- finally!)

Love Letters To Old Hollywood tells us who should “Call Me Madam (1953)”

Thoughts all Sorts tell us their thoughts on Cinderella (2015)

Realweegiemidget talks 3 royal biopics- Diana (2013) William and Kate (2011), and Wolf Hall (2014)

Midnite Drive in explains Flash Gordon (1980) to us

Back to the Golden Days takes us back to The Swan (1956)

Just in time for the live action remake, The Cinematic Frontier talks the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Critica Retro proclaims us to listen to her talk about The Sword in the Stone (1963)

Recap Retro recaps Cleopatra 1934 AND 1963 for us!

Moon Over Gemini says its all eyes on Desiree (1954)

Film Music Central chats about The Adventures of Robin Hood

Finding Franchot sees The King Steps Out (1936)

Old Hollywood Films reminiscences about Marie Antoinette (1938)

Silent Wierdness raves about Richard III (1912)

The Hitless Wonder reviews Fire over England (1937)

The Wonderful World of Cinema recalls The Emperor Waltz (1948)

Phyllis Love Classic Movies brags about the time she met Princess O’Rourke

The Prince of Hollywood talks about her time with The Exile 

IN the Good Old days of Classic Hollywood talks about the time The Bride Wore Red

Movie Rob sees two films:The Three musketeers (1993) and Cromwell (1970)

Defiant Success remembers her fond memories of her Roman Holiday (1953)

The Movie Rat talks about a childhood favorite The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005)

Pop Culture Reverie gives their opinion on Queen Margot (1994)










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