Reuse, recycle — rejoice!
Welcome to the fourth edition of the New Vintage Reviews Carnival, where we review “old stuff” that is likely new to someone… And (most of the time) it still has great entertainment value!
Chris presents Game of Round the World with Nellie Bly posted at Book Hunter’s Holiday.
Derek presents Game Night: Password posted at Collectors’ Quest.
I present Mall Madness (Retro Electronic Version), at Collectors’ Quest.
Cliff Aliperti presents 1939 Wizard of Oz Card Game posted at things-and-other-stuff.com.
Jaynie presents Listen To Busby Berkeley? posted at Here’s Looking Like You, Kid.
Books & Magazines:
Sarah Sammis presents Destination Moon posted at Puss Reboots: A Book Review a Day.
I review I Like It Here, by Kingsley Amis here at Kitsch Slapped.
Sarah Sammis presents The Postman Always Rings Twice (yes, the novel, not the film!) at Puss Reboots: A Book Review a Day.
Sarah Sammis presents The Motorman’s Coat at Puss Reboots: A Book Review a Day.
Film & Television:
Cliff Aliperti presents Louise Brooks stars in William Wellman’s Beggars of Life (1928) posted at NY Classic Movies Examiner.
Jaynie presents A Real Peach Of A Film posted at Here’s Looking Like You, Kid.
Jaynie presents Don Knotts As Hugh Hefner? at Here’s Looking Like You, Kid.
Collin David presents The State, Finally on DVD at Collectors’ Quest.
Cliff Aliperti presents Diamond Jim (1935) starring Edward Arnold as Diamond Jim Brady posted at NY Classic Movies Examiner.
Jaynie presents The Fantasy Of Star-Crossed Cursed Lovers at Here’s Looking Like You, Kid.
Classic Kitschy Travel Destinations:
jen from windy ridge presents Main Street Station posted at The Chronicles Of Windy Ridge, saying, “A review of our local Vintage & Retro “junk” shop. Acquire things that you absolutely love and incorporate them into your home.”
Emma Taylor presents 100 Best Curator and Museum Blogs posted at Online Universities.com.
Central Kentucky Antiques & Collectibles presents Antique Jewelry – Investment and Fashion posted at Central Kentucky Antiques and Collectibles.
That’s it for this month. We hope we’ve inspired you to go into that attic, basement, or closet (maybe even the thrift store or yard sale) dust off that old stuff and let it entertain you!
Please submit your blog articles to the next edition of new vintage reviews using the carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts (maybe you’ll be one?!) can be found on our blog carnival index page. (For more info, read this.)
Thanks for the linky love! I’m glad you included the link to the Postman Always Rings Twice. I guess now I need to see one of the film versions. :)
Sure thing, darlin’ :)