Thursday, February 13, 2014

Anthony Andrews Blog Count (Updated 2/25/14)


All right, m'dears, these are all of the official posts for this Anthony Andrews Blog Hope to date, including a few, or maybe just one, that I added from another blog but was written years ago. I think the post covers the author's love for The Scarlet Pimpernel beautifully. I will continue updating this list as more of the links go live, and of course, if anyone new happens to add something, which you're always welcome to do.

If you want a post added, please just comment down below and I'll update both this list, and the LINKY that apparently only works for some folks. Weird!

Intro Post and Miscellaneous
Anthony Andrews Blog Hop Introduction Post (mine)
A Taste of the Real Anthony Andrews (mine)

The Scarlet Pimpernel: Quotation Challenge and Ivanhoe DVD Giveaway! (mine)
Quotation Challenge Winner (mine)

Brideshead Revisited:
Brideshead Revisited (mine)
Gods and Teddy Bears: Sebastian and Aloysius (Charity's Place)

The Scarlet Pimpernel:
The Fop and the Fool: Christian Symbolism in The Scarlet Pimpernel (Charity's Place)
Sir Percival Blakeney, Baronet (Marissa)
Sir Percy Blakeney, Baronet: The Man Behind the Mask (mine)
Sir Percy’s Personality Type (Funky MBTI Fiction)
Discovering True Love: Percy and Marguerite (mine)
Giveaway of "The Scarlet Pimpernel" DVD (Hamlette)
An objective review on "The Scarlet Pimpernel" (Hamlette)

Anthony as a delicious villain in the BEST Columbo episode ever!

 Misc. Roles:
The Beast Within: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Charity's Place)
Miss Marple - By the Pricking of My Thumbs: The Trouble With Tommy (mine)
Lessons from Moriarty: Hands of a Murderer (Charity's Place)
Oh, What a Tangled Web We Weave . . . Columbo Goes to the Guillotine (Charity's Place)
Sacrificial Love: Ivanhoe and Rebecca (mine)
Agatha Christie's Sparkling Cyanide (mine)
Frogs and Snails: Little Boys (Charity's Place)

Charity’s Place Movie Reviews:
Brideshead Revisited
David Copperfield
Hands of a Murderer
The King’s Speech
Love in a Cold Climate
Marple, Season Two
The Scarlet Pimpernel

Remember to submit your answers to my Scarlet Pimpernel Quotation Challenge and GIVEAWAY! I'll post the winner tomorrow night around 8pm MST so get those answers submitted. A free Ivanhoe DVD is a lovely prize, if I do say so myself . . . which I do. *winks*


  1. Look at all that writing! Is anyone else tired?! =D

    1. I'm heading there . . . rapidly! I'm happy to be finished with TSP and move on to his other films. But I knew I wanted to discuss Percy & Marguerite for Valentine's Day. Plus it is the most well-recognized of his films, so I knew we'd spend a lot of time on TSP. Ah well, who am I to complain about our beloved Percy. =)

  2. I am giggling at your title for my post :-D I know, I know, it's an AA blog hop -- I did try to include multiple pictures of him, at least! It's not his fault his character wasn't my type.

    1. I know, I know! I really should change the title of your post. It's not your fault that Percy didn't speak to you the way he does to me. ;)

    2. Hahaha! I was going to say, "No, no! Don't change it! It amuses me," but I see you've already changed it. Except it's not really all that objective, as I went into the film already a fan of Sir Ian. So your original title was fine and funny. I would probably have called it, "In which someone commits the sacrilege of not liking Sir Percy best," or "It's got quite a lot of Chauvelin in it, actually" or something similar. "Sir Percy who? Look, there's Chauvelin!"


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