I’m so excited to be celebrating Miss Junie’s 100th birthday with you all! Please leave a link to your post in the comment section here and I will update this post as more entries come in. I’ll try to leave comments on them all too~
I can’t wait to read everyone’s entries!
Your host discusses the virtues & vices of June in Too Young to Kiss (1951). And according to WordPress, it was my one hundredth post! How lovely.
Michaela sings the praises of June and her best friend Van Johnson in The Bride Goes Wild (1948).
Maddy pens a beautiful tribute to June in Little Women (1949).
Caftan Woman takes a look at June on the small screen in Burke’s Law and Murder, She Wrote.
Gill sheds a spotlight on June’s TV movie, Three on a Date (1978).
Hometowns to Hollywood offers the first look at Good News (1947).
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society reviews You Can’t Run Away From It (1956), a remake of It Happened One Night (1934).
Rebecca shows some love to the charming Two Girls and a Sailor (1944).
Amanda writes about June’s three films with Jimmy Stewart.
Meredith offers her take on Good News.
Le discusses one of June’s infamous remakes, My Man Godfrey (1957).
Anne takes on the delightful The Reformer and the Redhead (1950).
Samantha shares 10 facts about June’s life.
Keisha reviews Interlude (1957).
Alex writes about the lovely Music for Millions (1944).
Christina pens a thoughtful review of Right Cross (1950).
Tam joins in with a second look at Little Women.
And your host is back once more with a tribute to Junebug.