MISSY IN THE BLOGOSPHERE

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What would Barbara Stanwyck Do?

By Penny Pierce
Blog: The lost Art of Being a Dame
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Read this gutsy piece What Would Barbara Stanwyck Do? featured in the wonderful blog "The Lost Art of being a dame".
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The Many Faces of Barbara Stanwyck

By Anne Helen Petersen
Website: The Hairpin
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The article The Many Faces of Barbara Stanwyck features in this wildly popular online magazine The Hairpin. Wonderfully written, greatest part, the large amount of participants in the comments section.
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Strong the Stanwyck Way

By Marsha (FlickChick)
Blog: A Person in the Dark
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Strong the Stanwyck Way, the title says it all. A must read.
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Star of the Month: Barbara Stanwyck

By Meredith Grau
L.A. La Land: Fame, Fortune, and Forensics
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Highly recommended article also a read through Meredith's archive snippets on Stanwyck.
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Signal Your Turn, Barbara

By Kay Noske
Blog: Movie Star Makeover
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Signal Your Turn, Barbara focuses on Barbara's on-screen image transformation through the years.

You can also read some other wonderful articles in Kay's past posts on Edith Head that also provide some additional bits of information on Stanwyck.
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You Know You Are Obsessed With Stanwyck When...

By Natalie
Blog: In the Mood
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This is one of my favorite blogs, and it's a pity Natalie stopped writing because her style is definitely fresh and entertaining.

Luckily for us, she keeps all her archive articles available and many of them are dedicated to Missy. You'll spend hours reading them.

Our spotlight on the blog would be the article You Know you are Obsessed with Barbara Stanwyck , because we know what that means...
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Barbara Stanwyck: The Professional's Professional

By The Siren
Blog: Self Styled Siren
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One of the best blogs on Classic Films features this great article, The Professional's Professional on Stany.

Don't miss out on other Missy-related articles within the blog's archives.
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Barbara Stanwyck's 100th Birthday

By Sheila
Blog: The Sheila Variations
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Short yet powerful piece on Stanwyck. Highly recommended, along with Sheila's references to Stany in her archives.
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Barbara Stanwyck: Working Girl, Movie Star

By Jim Emerson
Blog: Cinepad
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Barbara Stanwyck: Working Girl, Movie Star is a classic piece on Stany in a classic Blog. Must read.
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I'm Just Batty About Barbara: Six of My Favorite Performaces

By Richard Hourula
Blog: Streams of Unconsciousness
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We hear you Richard, those who have not heard of Barbara Stanwyck, don't know what they are missing. Another great article that features in this Section.
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Stanwyck: Six Noir And One Essential Sirk

By Kim Morgan
Blog: Sunset Gun
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Six Noir and One Essential Sirk is another essential on Stany.

Don't miss out on the follow-up article, Five More and 40 with Fuller.
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Like: Barbara Stanwyck

Blog: Stuff I Like and Stuff I Don't Like
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Just like the article says...and we agree.
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Favorite Actress of Classic Hollywood: Barbara Stanwyck

By Corey Pung
Blog: Corey's Book Essays
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A delightful read that includes a poll of Classic Hollywood's favorite actresses...guess who comes first.
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Favorite Actress: Barbara Stanwyck

By C.K. Dexter Haven
Blog: Hollywood Dreamland
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C.K, with flawless taste includes, Barbara in Hollywood's top 4 along with the likes of Joan, Kate and Bette...and who are we to disagree.
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Las Tres Noches de Eva

By Christian Aguilera and Adrian Esbilla
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For our Spanish speaking audience, this is a really high quality blog entirely dedicated to Barbara Stanwyck. Thorough entries on each of her films. A must read, if you habla espanol...
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Bye, Bye, Barbara Stanwyck

By Guillermo Cabrera Infante
Blog: Cine Forever
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One of the most celebrated writers in Spanish language, Guillermo Cabrera Infante, wrote this superb piece, Bye, Bye, Barbara Stanwyck in 1990, after her passing, which was included in his book "Cine y Sardinas". Cineforever recovered this piece for all to enjoy. Again, it's in spanish, google translator might not do it justice, but it's still worth the try.