The Natalie Wood Blogathon Continues! Day Two Recap

I know that this is pretty late in the day for a recap, but I hope you’ll all forgive me and enjoy some of the wonderful entries posted today, July 18th! If you’ve finished your own entry, please comment on this post or on the blogathon’s announcement with a link to your entry. The days are winding down until Natalie’s 80th birthday on the 20th, and I hope you’ll all join me then and celebrate it!

The Midnite Drive-In discovers one of Natalie Wood’s funniest films, The Great Race (1965).

I can’t believe that Wacky Races took our idea!

Realweegiemidget Reviews talks about one of Natalie’s lesser-known disaster pictures, Meteor (1979).

METEOR (1979)
Can we at least stall this meteor until after the blogathon’s over?

The Flapper Dame honors Natalie with a compelling review of Love With the Proper Stranger (1963).

Look at all of the nice things they have to say about me, Steve!

Overture Books and Film sheds a fascinating light on the working and personal relationship between Natalie Wood and Tony Curtis.

I’m sure someday you’ll have a blogathon too, Tony!

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