Whew! I hope you’ve had time to catch your breath, dear reader, because it’s time for Day Two of the Christopher Lee Blogathon. Today, you’ll find seven spectacular posts spanning multiple genres, from historical drama, to sword and sandal, and westerns.
If you plan to participate but you’re not quite ready, don’t fret, we’ll post your link on Day Three (Pssst! Rumor has it there might be a Bonus fourth day, as well, if you need a bit more time). And of course, it’s never too late to join. Post a comment below, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or reach me on Twitter (@barry_cinematic). You may also contact Gill by commenting on her post, through her blog’s Contact Me page, or on Twitter (@realweegiemidge).
In addition to today’s links, be sure to visit the Day 1 Recap, and stay tuned for Day 3!
And here we go with Day Two’s submissions…
Steven Thompson from Booksteve’s Library examines the controversial biopic, Jinnah (1998).
Stabford Deathrage from Stabford Deathrage Shoots His Mouth Off gives us his unique take (as only Mr. Deathrage can) on Hercules in the Haunted World (1961).
Rebecca Deniston from Taking Up Room proves nobody doesn’t like Christopher Lee, when she looks back at some of his more surprising film and TV appearances.
Don’t touch that dial! Mitchell Hadley from It’s About TV looks at The Avengers episode, "Never Say Die."
Caftan Woman wins us over, discussing Mr. Lee’s appearance on TV’s How the West Was Won (1978).
What happens when you mix Lee with Disney? Eric Binford from Diary of a Movie Maniac lets us know in his review of Return from Witch Mountain (1978).
Movie Rob returns to take us down the rabbit hole with Alice in Wonderland (2010).