We’re back for Day Two of the Devilishly Delightful Donald Pleasence Blogathon, hosted by Gill Jacob of Realweegiemidget Reviews and Yours Truly! Please enjoy today’s posts, covering some film and television titles that might have slipped beneath the radar.
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Check out Day 2’s stellar submissions below, and don’t forget to read all the amazing posts from Day 1. See you tomorrow for Day 3!
Lê from Critica Retro sets sail on her review of Manuela (aka: Stowaway Girl) (1957).
You’ll be captivated by Rachel’s (from Hamelette's Soliloquy) take on Kidnapped (1971).
Eddie Harrison from Film Authority invites us to experience The Uncanny (1977).
Debbie Vega from Moon in Gemini examines the miniseries The Barchester Chronicles (1982).