So it’s finally here! The weekend long celebration of the actresses who played that much overlooked, derided and parodied role of the Bond “girl”.
The chosen topics for this Blogathon show the rich, and sometimes unexpected, careers of these lovely ladies!
First up we have my wonderful cohost, Gil, with her golden thoughts on Luciana Paluzzi in an episode of The Million Dollar Man.
Then there’s The Stop Button revealing Monica Bellucci’s performance in The Private Lives of Pippa Lee.
Teri Hatcher’s role on MacGyver is adventurously discussed by Taking Up Room.
A caper is afoot with Whimsically Classic’s write up.
There is much evil under the sun in my review of Diana Rigg’s performance in the classic Agatha Christie adaptation.
Love, obsession, biblical style murder and Caroline Munro’s image in The Abominable Dr Phibes,is discussed by Critica Rêtro.
The murder continues, but this time with Diana Rigg in the courtroom, in 18 Cinema Lane’s review of Witness for the Prosecution.
Moon in Gemini writes about the thorny wit of Diana Rigg in Game of Thrones.
Jimi travels to the clouds with Sophie Marceau’s performance in Michelangelo Antonioni’s final film.
Vinnieh explores a different side to Carey Lowell’s filmography with The Guardian.
Diana Rigg returns in A Shroud of Thought’s… thoughts on The Assassination Bureau.
Barbara Bach makes her first appearance for the Blogathon in Caveman, with Diary of A Movie Maniac’s far from stone aged review.