The Costume Drama Blogathon – Day Two Recap

Welcome to Day Two of our Costume Drama Blogathon!

Realweegiemidget Reviews canvasses her favorite Henry VIII biopics, including my personal favorite, Anne of the Thousand Days.

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society does a thorough analysis of one of Jeanette MacDonald’s Victorian costumes in San Francisco.

The Stop Button finds the 1973 version of The Three Musketeers both a gorgeous and fun adventure.

The Midnite Drive-In gives us a taste of monters in the old West with reviews of Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter and Billy the Kid Vs. Dracula.

Nostalgic Italian believes more people need to become aware of the overlooked swashbuckling spoof,  Zorro, the Gay Blade.

Sean Munger not only finds Gaslight a deliciously complex film, he also detects subtext about climate change.

A Shroud of Thoughts reviews the first sound version of The Count of Monte Cristo, which was so popular it triggered the production of a slew of swashbuckling film classics.

Please come back tomorrow for more costume drama!

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