First Mystery Blogger Award!

My First Mystery Blogger Award!

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I am very excited to have been nominated by CHARSMOVIEREVIEWS for the Mystery Blogger Award! This award was created by Okoto Enigma.  I am very honoured to be nominated for this award as i have been part of the blogging sphere for a few years i enjoy it greatly. So today i take this honor.  So now to reveal some insight into me.

the rules of Mystery Blogger Award!

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    1. Put the award logo/image on your blog
    2. List the rules.
    3. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
    4. Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well
    5. Tell your readers 3 things about yourself
    6. You have to nominate 10 – 20 people
    7. Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog
    8. Ask your nominees any 5 questions of your choice; with one weird or funny question (specify)
    9. Share a link to your best post(s)

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About me folks. (questions answered and some info about myself)

What is one place on Earth you would like to visit but have not yet had the chance? I am always been fond of going visit Germany to see the magical fairy tale castles along the river. I would say that would be a good trip to see something truly magical.  I remember some of my earliest books i read was fairy-tales form a book at my grand-parents.  I am a very fond lover of reading. I love those magical old fairy tales i hold them dear to my heart.

What is your favorite Academy Award Best Picture winner?I would say The Best Years of Our Lives may be my favorite best picture winner as i adore it fondly.  Its a movie about Three World War II veterans return home to small-town America to discover that they and their families have been irreparably changed. It is likely among the best of movies you can ever watch.So today would suggest you see this classic movie.

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What is one hairstyle you would like to try? I would likely love to say i am fine with hair way it is always set. i am not really into changing hairstyles. What is one project or new hobby you would like to start? I would love likely once settled better start collecting some funko pops. I am a very much a nerdy guy.
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What is your favorite song? I would say Vogue by Madonna as no other song talks about the movies as that one does. It’s a love story to the love of movies which happens to be my true love. It is always those wonderful stars and the dark and that magic of the movies.
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Ray Harryhausen, Special Effects Titan may be one of my favorite articles i wrote as about one icon i truly adore, i am very fond of him.
A special review for everyone enjoy

The Adventures of Robin Hood  review

The adventures of robin hood is one of greatest most colorful costume dramas, swashbucklers, and romantically-tinged adventure films in film history. Its slashbucking tale can be said to one of the most fun movies you can watch ever.

Errol Flynn shines as robin hood as he plays the definitive Robin Hood. It expertly tells the story of the heroic Robin and his Sherwood Forest followers, who saved England from royal treachery by scheming nobles during the absence of the crusading and captured-ransomed King Richard the Lion-Hearted. And it tells the fairy-tale romance with nostalgic chivalry, colorful pageantry, simple righteousness triumphant over villainous and evil might, and spectacular action. The film would not be a masterpiece without the casting–not just of Flynn and de Havilland, who are indispensable, but also of such dependable Warners’ supporting stars as Claude Rains, as the effete Prince John; Basil Rathbone, as the snaky Sir Guy of Gisbourne, and Patric Knowles, Eugene Pallette and Alan Hale as (respectively) Will Scarlet, Friar Tuck and Little John, the fearless Merry Men as everyone of this movie’s remarkable cast shines in their roles as they give such remarkable permances.

Unlike modern films where superstars dominate every scene, the Hollywood films of the golden era have depth in writing and casting, so the story can resonate with more than one tone. The movie was initially directed by William Keighley (“Each Dawn I Die”), but Hal Wallis at Warner Bros thought the Sherwood scenes, filmed on location in Chico, California, lacked vitality, and they replaced him with Michael Curtiz (“Angels with Dirty Faces”; “Casablanca”), who added just that. He filmed additional scenes of the merry men preparing for and then attacking the caravan, and all of that climbing, running and jumping, sometimes directly at the camera, feel like primers for the masculine energy of “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. It is one of those charming classic gems that anyone can enjoy.

The Ruth Rating:five bette's

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Here are the five questions I will ask people I nominate to answer.

  1. what is your favorite movie all time?(tough question i know)
  2. Where in world you haven not visited would you love to visit?
  3. what is your favorite song all time?
  4. what is your favorite book all time?
  5. What is your favorite musical all time?((tough question i know)22

So now I will choose some people and their blogs to nominate for this award! The people I am selecting are some of many who I have had the pleasure of interacting with as i blog.

  1. Silver Screenings
  2. Caftan Woman
  3. The Wonderful World of Cinema
  4. Make Mine Criterion!
  5. The Old Hollywood Garden
  6. crackedrearviewer
  7. OUTSPOKEN AND FRECKLED
  8. That William Powell Site
  9. I Found it at the Movies 
  10. CHARLENE’S (MOSTLY) CLASSIC MOVIE REVIEWS
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2 thoughts on “First Mystery Blogger Award!

  1. Thanks so much for the nomination Joseph! 🙂
    The castles in Germany certainly look lovely. When I went to Germany in 2012 I went to Lake Constance (Lindau, Friefriedrichshafen, Nonnenhorn: small, but lovely towns. I mean it was lovely for a 4 days escapade in Germany 🙂 ) I love The Best Years of Our Lives too. And I love Vogue!

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