Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt WINNERS!!

by | Nov 6, 2019 | Fiction Book Reviews | 196 comments

WE HAVE WINNERS!!!scavengerhunt11.19

Scavenger Hunt winners?!?
#1 Lisa Hudson
#2 Kathryn Bochman
#3 Heather Olsen
#4 Jan D.
#5 “DR” of New Zealand
–check your inbox!


And thanks to all the rest who took part. We so appreciated your involvement! Individual authors will be directly connecting with the winners of bonus prizes over the next few days! (personal winners of My Heart Belongs in the Blue Ridge is Kerri Norrod and Rebecca Lare)
CONGRATULATIONS!!!

What do you think of modernizations of classics?

Do you have favorites? I’m a big fan of them, but I definitely want them to be done well.

For example, the wonderful musical, My Fair Lady, starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison is a “modernization” and loose retelling of a play produced by George Bernard Shaw in 1913?

I had a little fun with that particular modernization in the first Mitchell’s Crossroads book, A Twist of Faith.

11176200_oriOr did you know Bridget Jones’s Diary, Lost in Austen, Bride and Prejudice, and The Lizzie Bennett Diaries were all modernizations of Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Do you have a favorite of those?

What about The Lion King as a modernization of Shakespeare’s Hamlet or Ten Things I Hate About You as a retelling of Taming of the Shrew? Some people have even said Oh Brother! Where Art Thou is a loose retelling of Homer’s The Odyssey!! Whoa!

And then there’s Jane Austen’s Emma? Clueless is the number one modernization of that classic, but I’m prefer the regency adaptations, especially the 2009 BBC version. Emma’s always been a character people have had trouble loving, so it was with trepidation and lots of love that I took up the challenge of modernizing this story in my upcoming release,

A Match for Emma.

COVERHere’s a little bit about the Appalachian spin I put on Jane Austen’s classic.

Emma Mitchell may enjoy sprinkling romance into the lives of others, but her own plans involve a single first-class ticket to culinary school in Europe. When her best friend, Jon Noble, suddenly moves back to Ransom, Emma’s certain her life can’t get any better, especially when their relationship begins to teeter on the brink of something unexpected. Through an endless game of Scrabble, classic front porch chats, and some horrible attempts at a New York accent, Emma and Jon attempt to navigate a surprising newness to their friendship which may include some…nonverbal lip-to-lip communication. Unfortunately, Emma’s matchmaking schemes nosedive and culinary future falls flat. Can she turn the disaster around and capture her best friend’s heart in the process, or will her pride be the downfall of her happily-ever-after? #NobleEverAfter #luvewe

Here’s the Stop # 20 Skinny:

If you’re interested, you can order A Match for Emma on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, CBD or at your local bookstore!

Clue to Write Down:  sea of

Link to Stop #21, the Next Stop on the Loop: Lynn Blackburn’s site!

My Heart BelongsBut WAIT!! Before you go, I’m offering two entrants an opportunity to step back in time in Appalachia by winning a paperback copy of My Heart Belongs in the Blue Ridge. All you have to do is leave a comment below answering this question:

What is your favorite classic remake OR what classic would you LIKE to see remade 🙂

Two commenters will win a copy of My Heart Belongs in the Blue Ridge and a heart tree ornament. (USA only)

 

196 Comments

  1. Jamie

    I am not sure if it is considered classic but I would love to see CHRISTY..but then I love the new Beauty and the Beast, maybe Cinderella

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    • pepperbasham

      Oh man!!! Christy!! I love that story!! My historical romance My Heart Belongs in the Blue Ridge has a lot of Christy vibes in it, but it’s not a modernization. And…I think it’s ALWAYS fun to see adaptations of fairytales!!!

      Reply
  2. Amanda Geaney

    My daughter likes any story where animals are the main characters. Then Call of the Wild (Jack London) could be a really good family movie.

    I wouldn’t mind watching a (shorter) remake of Gone with the Wing or a well-casted (true to the book) remake of Great Expectations.

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    • Donna

      Oh, I would love to see The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck updated…..and many more!

      Reply
    • pepperbasham

      Amanda, what great ideas! And unique ones too!! Great Expectations would be super interesting to see in a remake (and modernized)

      Reply
  3. attennos39

    Gerard Depardieu’s version of The Count of Monte Cristo.

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      Oh wow!! I’ve not heard of this version

      Reply
  4. Mrs. Brent Magers

    Little house one the prairie or Anne of green gables

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      Oooh, TWO great choices!!!!

      Reply
  5. Mrs. Brent Magers

    Little House on the prairie or Anne of Green Gables

    Reply
  6. Mrs. Brent Magers

    Anne of green gables

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  7. Patti

    Anything Jane Austen!

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    • pepperbasham

      HAHA!!! I think that modern media definitely agrees with you, with as many Austen adaptations there are 🙂

      Reply
  8. Lela

    Father of the Bride, Fright Night, Robin Hood men in tights, Man on Fire,

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      HAHAHAHAHA!!! Can you imagine a modernization of Men in Tights?? LOL

      Reply
  9. Elizabeth Litton

    I don’t if A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett has been made into a movie, but that would be a good story to use! Or maybe The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton.

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    • pepperbasham

      Actually, there is a beautiful movie adaptation of A Little Princess (not completely true to the book, though), but a beautiful rendering. It’s an older movie at this point, but I love how they did it. A Little Princess and The Secret Garden were two of my favorites I read in middle school

      Reply
  10. Kim H in GA

    Scents & Sensibility (movie) and Austentatious which is a series that combines many Austen characters in modern times–Amazon Prime and DVD…

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    • pepperbasham

      I’ve seen that, Kim. It’s super cute

      Reply
  11. Heather Maki

    I love well done remakes. I’m a fan of clueless, 10 things I hate about you, Bride and Prejudice, and She’s the Man (Twelfth Night adaptation).

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    • pepperbasham

      GREAT choices!!

      Reply
  12. Rachel

    Pride and prejudice

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    • pepperbasham

      If done well, I always enjoy those!!! I can’t wait to write my own. I have one in the works 🙂

      Reply
      • Jess

        I think I just can’t get enough of prude and prejudice remakes! It’s just so good but I’d love to see maybe Jane Eyre redone

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  13. Roxanne C.

    I would enjoy a modernization of Anne of Green Gables.

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    • pepperbasham

      Wouldn’t that be amazing!

      Reply
  14. Crystal

    I love different renditions of Cinderella

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    • pepperbasham

      YES, Crystal

      Reply
  15. Patti Bond

    My favorite classic remake is Mary Poppins Thanks for the opportunity to win

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    • pepperbasham

      Excellent choice!

      Reply
  16. Kerri Norrod

    I would love a modernization of Anne of Green Gables.

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    • pepperbasham

      Kerri, I think that would be so much fun!

      Reply
    • pepperbasham

      Oh yes! I love those too

      Reply
  17. Barbara Raymond

    Pollyanna

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    • pepperbasham

      What a fun one

      Reply
  18. Sarah Richmond

    Seven Brides For Seven Brothers is my top favorite musical!!!

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      That would be a fun one to write

      Reply
  19. Mimi B

    Ok, it’s hard for me to enjoy most remakes, but I’m going to go with The Black Stallion.

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      nice choice!!

      Reply
  20. bn100

    don’t like remakes

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      I like them if they’re done well 🙂

      Reply
  21. Trixi

    Cinderella remake is amazing!

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      I thought it was so sweet!!

      Reply
  22. Jan Tomalis

    Cinderella or Beauty and the Beast

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    • pepperbasham

      I really enjoy seeing fairytale adaptations!

      Reply
  23. hartfiction

    I’d love to see a remake of the Little House on the Prairie series.

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  24. hartfiction

    The Little House on the Prairie series

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    • pepperbasham

      that would be so much fun but really hard to beat the original!

      Reply
  25. Kara

    Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

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    • pepperbasham

      You’re the fourth person to mention this one!! It’s definitely a favorite

      Reply
  26. Melissa Andres

    I really love the new Cinderella!

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      Yes, have courage and be kind

      Reply
  27. Jessica Albro

    I am more of a fan of originality; don’t usually make an effort to watch remakes. Just love classics as they are so don’t really have one I’d like remade…but thank you for giving us this opportunity.

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    • pepperbasham

      Classics are classics for a reason 🙂

      Reply
  28. Sarah Snider

    To be honest, I’m not usually a fan of remakes because I’m an old-fashioned girl, but perhaps Terhune’s “Lad: A Dog” or Leppard’s “Mandie” series.

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    • pepperbasham

      sweet!!

      Reply
  29. Cindy Fowell

    Black Beauty

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    • pepperbasham

      Oh, I bet that could be such a nice movie

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    • Tish

      Gone with the wind

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    • pepperbasham

      HAHA!! That’s fabulous

      Reply
  30. SARAH TAYLOR

    Would Love to see a remake of Little House on the Prairie!

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      You’re among many who’ve said that one! I think it would be hard to improve upon the original!

      Reply
  31. Kay Garrett

    Although it’s very hard to see a remake of a classic live up to the original, I would love to see a new version of the story Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – non-animated, or Anne of Green Gables.
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

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    • pepperbasham

      Great choices, Kay.

      Reply
  32. Kim Bakos

    Heidi is one of my favorites!

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    • pepperbasham

      It is such a sweet story!!!

      Reply
  33. Marguerite A Thompson

    My favorite remake would be It’s a Wonderful Life. It may not be a book, but it would make a wonderful retelling of a timeless story!

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    • pepperbasham

      It is timeless!!! I love it!! How could anybody be better than Jimmy Stewart?!? That would be a tough call.

      Reply
  34. Southern Dreamer

    I love any book retellings of the classic fairytales like Beauty and the Beast and Cinderella!

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    • pepperbasham

      Totally with you on that!

      Reply
  35. Ashley Hedin

    I love Emma!…and of course, the copycat modern time, Clueless!

    Reply
    • pepperbasham

      Yes!

      Reply
  36. Margie Mijares

    I am a big reader and also a big movie buff…most of the classics just aren’t the same when they are remade (at least in my opinion) but I absolutely LOVE the Thin Man series and if they could cast the right people, that would be great! By he way, I absolutely ADORE My Heart Belongs in The Blue Ridge Laurel’s Dream and I would LOVE to see it made into a movie…One of the best books I have read in a long while!!!

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    • pepperbasham

      Margie, you just made my day!! Thank you so much for those sweet words! And I”m with you, it takes a really special movie to challenge an original

      Reply
  37. Deana

    Little Women

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  38. miareadsblog

    I’ve watched “The Count of Monte Cristo” so many times and I’d love to see another remake! hehe

    Reply
  39. Mark Buzard

    The rest of the Chronicles of Narnia, if they count

    Reply
  40. lifeofliterature

    My favorite remake is the “new” version of Pride and Prejudice, with Kiera Knightly. I love that story and their interactions were perfect!

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  41. lifeofliterature

    I would have to say the newest version of Pride and Prejudice!

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  42. Katie Wilkinson

    The new remake that is coming out for Little Women looks really good!

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  43. Terri Camp

    Roman Holiday, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

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  44. Paula Shreckhise

    I like lots of adaptations. Some favorites are Dickens and Jane Austen.

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  45. Hannah

    I don’t know if it is considered a classic, but there are many books that are based on Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. And I love each of the ones I’ve read!
    And I would love to read My Heart Belongs in Blue Ridge! That place is dear to my heart!💖

    Reply
  46. Suzanne

    Dumbo

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  47. Erika Luther

    Little Women, Anne of Green Gables

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  48. Amelia

    Robin Hood. Thanks for the chance to win!

    Reply
  49. Megan Parsons

    I would like to see another version of The Nightmare Before Christmas !

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  50. Jane Squires

    Heidi

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  51. Kelly Shane

    Clueless – retelling of Emma by Jane Austen

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  52. Gail Hollingsworth

    Hi Pepper my friend! I usually like the originals. Remakes I’ve watched are never as good to me as the first ones. The original Miracle on 34th Street is one of my favorites.
    Pollyanna might be interesting though. Big Red or Old Yellow were good Disney Movies but made me cry.

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  53. Nancy Payette

    I just love this cover. Sounds wonderful.

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  54. CHERISHED TREASURE

    What about Swiss Family Robinson?

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  55. Cynthia Adams

    I love Little House on the Prarie, but I’m not sure a remake could do it justice.

    Reply
  56. Vickie Watts

    I would like to see a remake of Jeanette Oke’s books. Hallmark carried some of them for a while, but I haven’t seen them in a long time.

    Reply
  57. Katelynn

    Little women

    Reply
  58. Elizabeth McCall

    Anne of Green Gables is still one of my favorite books and the TV miniseries. I would love to see that again! I think I will read them again now that you brought it up. Thanks!

    Reply
  59. Betty R.

    I, too, would love to see a re-make of Little Women.

    Reply
  60. janicemoore0629

    How about a modern retelling of the Helen Keller story?!
    Janice Moore, SLP
    jrcmoore@windstream.net

    Reply
  61. Cathy C

    Little Women, perhaps. I honestly admit that I frequently prefer the classic originals on most things.

    Reply
  62. Diane Markesbery

    Han’s Brinker new ice skates!

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  63. Perrianne Askew

    I think I would enjoy seeing a remake of Gone with the Wind.

    Reply
  64. bettimace

    Oh my gosh…I absolutely love My Fair Lady!!

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  65. Gloria Moseley

    My favorite classic remake is Cinderella ❤️

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  66. Amy C

    I like most of the Jane Austen remakes.

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  67. Joan Arning

    I’m not much of a movie person but I’ll go along with Gone With the Wind!

    Reply
  68. Sophia Snyder

    i absolutely LOVE the latest pride and prejudice remake!

    Reply
  69. Jeanne Scott

    Little House On The Prairie! I would love to see that series redone, would be hard to out do the original though.

    Reply
  70. Candi Foster

    Cheaper by the Dozen. 🙂 Love that book and movie!

    Reply
  71. Robin in NC

    I love The Lion King!

    Reply
  72. Rebecca Litton

    I would like to see a modern remake of The Three Musketeers

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  73. Julia Stone

    I think it might be fun to see a modernization of Sleeping Beauty.

    Reply
  74. Jamie L

    Northanger Abbey

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  75. CutePolarBear

    I generally like the original makes of great works. 🙂

    CutePolarBear

    Reply
  76. Mallori N.

    Unfortunately I am having a hard time thinking of things that have been remade. :/ Some of the ones I can think of were okay, but I preferred the original (ie. Anne of Green Gables, The Chronicles of Narnia, etc.). I haven’t seen the remakes of the Lion King or Aladdin yet but am hoping that they are just as good as the original Disney movies.

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  77. ReviewsByErin

    My very favoritest movie ever is the 2009 “Emma” starring Romola Garai. It’s so lovely, and the music is great. Mr. Knightley 4 EVER! 😉😍

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  78. Pam K.

    I’m not a huge fan of movie remakes but I really enjoy reading Melanie Dickerson’s fairy tale retellings.

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    • pepperbasham

      Her books are so well done

      Reply
  79. Rebecca Lare

    A remake of Brigadoon. It’s probably about time for the magical city to re-appear.

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    • pepperbasham

      Oh my goodness! What a fun idea!!

      Reply
  80. Anonymous

    Anne of Green Gables starring Megan Follows

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  81. Tammy Hudson

    I would love to see a movie of the Snow Queen. Thanks for the chance.

    Tighefan42atgmaildotcom

    Reply
  82. Abigail Harder

    Anything Jane Austin! I love reading and watching both books and movies based on her novels!!

    Reply
  83. Christy

    Christy! One of my favorite stories….

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  84. sbendorf1971

    I would love to see a remake of rapunzel. Thanks for this opportunity.

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  85. txjessy

    Mulan! I already have this book so don’t put me in drawing. Just stopping by to day hi ❤️.

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  86. Jenny Miles

    I usually love the originals, but would love to see a remake of It’s a Wonderful Life (looove Jimmy Stewart) or anything Jane Austen, if done well! Thank you for the opportunity!

    Reply
  87. Deb PelletierC

    PBS does some great remakes, I like Jane Eyre.

    Reply
  88. Martha Troxel

    A remake of Cinderella would be fun to watch.

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  89. Jennifer Krems

    Oh, I have to say that the 1990’s movie “Black Beauty” is a favorite. It’s been my favorite book since I was a kid and seeing it in movie form was wonderful, even if I did shed a few tears. Thank you for being a part of the scavenger hunt!

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  90. Hannah

    I always enjoy the Little Women movies or the Anne of Green Gable movies.

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  91. Dianna

    I don’t really like to watch remakes — but if I had to pick one, I’d probably choose Tuck Everlasting.

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  92. Elizabeth R

    I enjoy the Count of Monte Cristo and I think fresh remake would be fun to see.

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  93. Kirsten N

    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is my favourite remake! (Canadian so not entering the contest)

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  94. Terressa T

    My favorite classic remake is Anne of Green Gables…the original remake 🙂

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  95. Becky D.

    I would like a remake of “The Hiding Place”. I love all the Cinderella remakes. “You’ve Got Mail” is a remake of “Shop Around the Corner”, & I love both of those…especially Jimmy Stewart 😍!!

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  96. Beth

    Anne of Green Gables! One of my favorites!

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  97. Stephanie H.

    I also vote for the classics Christy, Tuck Everlasting, or even Island of the Blue Dolphins.

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  98. Kelly

    I have enjoyed the real life remakes of the fairytales. I’m looking forward to seeing Mulan when it comes out in the Spring.

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  99. Sarah Anderson

    Little Women

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  100. wolfpug

    My favorite classic is WUTHERING HEIGHTS! i love THE lOVE story of Heathcliff & Kathy. I don’t know of any classic remakes of hand.. Your books sound wonderful as I have briefly visited the Blue Ridge State Park a few yrs back & felt the piece & serenity & beauty of the Mountains!

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  101. Merry

    Around the World in 80 days

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  102. Joni Truex

    I have no idea. I love Sleepless in Seattle, but it is modern, a classic to me.
    Joni Truex

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  103. Lize Drieman

    One of my favourite series is by Debra White Smith. She retells all of Jane Austin’s classics.

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  104. Amanda T

    Pride and prejudice

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  105. allofakindmom

    Commenting because I want to be entered for your awesome giveaway, but I have no answers for your question! 🙂 I love books, and if a book is well-written, I think I will probably enjoy almost any remake of a classic. (so feel free to go ahead and write more of ’em!! 🙂 )
    Have a great day!

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  106. Donna Howe

    Pollyanna. Such a good story.

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  107. Tami

    Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.

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  108. tashia jennings

    I would like to see a remake of Disney’s Old Yellow. Thank you for this wonderful chance

    Reply
  109. Megan

    Lost in Austen <3 I have seen that so many times and I still enjoy watching it. 🙂

    Reply
  110. Linda Palmer

    Someone suggested a remake of Christy. That would be nice.

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  111. Rachael

    She’s the Man is humorous kind of adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”.

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  112. Carol Edwards

    Any updated fairy tale.

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    • Karen Rumba

      I absolutely love Christy, a remake would be fabulous!

      Reply
  113. Justina

    Pride and Prejudice with Keira Knightley was really well done.

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  114. Shiloh

    A live action version of The Trumpet of the Swan would be amazing. I work near where E.B White lived. The Christy tv series was fun to watch. It was too short though. They need to make a reboot.

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  115. Samantha McCollough

    I would like to read a remake of pride and prejudice❤️❤️❤️😍😍😍

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  116. Victoria

    I love Bridget Jones’s Diary! Though nothing beats the BBC Pride and Prejudice lol

    Reply
  117. staceylovestoread

    Pollyanna

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  118. Shelley Beachy

    I’d love to see a modern remake of West Side Story

    Reply
  119. Leann

    I loved the princess and the pea when I was young That would be a fun retelling

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  120. froglady99

    Along with some of the ones you mentioned, like Clueless and Lost in Austen, I also really like the Cinderella remakes/modernizations, Sydney White, Maleficent, etc. One of my favorite “remakes” is the comedy sketch “Went With the Wind” that was on Carol Burnett. Hilarious!

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  121. Barbara Thompson

    I would love to see Cinderella.

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  122. B. Jester

    My favorite remake is “A Muppet Christmas Carol.” Michael Cain did such a brilliant job as Scrooge?

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    • B. Jester

      Michael Cain did such a brilliant job as Scrooge! Sorry for the typo!

      Reply
  123. Gabrielle

    I love a good “Pride & Prejudice” remake. I wonder if a plausible modern remake could be made of “The Scarlet Pimpernel”…or maybe one set during World War II.

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  124. Sheila Lee

    I loved The Phantom of the Opera with Gerald Butler. Who knew he could sing??? Lol

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  125. theresa norris

    I always love a Jane Austin, doesn’t matter which one or how many times it’s been done.

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  126. Janet from FL

    Hello! I am enjoying doing the scavenger hunt! I will have to look for more of them. My husband and I both really enjoyed “Bridget Jones’s Diary”. He still talks about it years later. Although we didn’t realize it was a remade story of “Pride and Prejudice”. I have been interested in the Appalachian Mountain area since I was a kid! My favorite book set in the Appalachians is “the Book Woman of Troublesome Creek”!

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  127. lindahorin

    I like 10 Things I Hate About You as a remake, although generally I don’t like remakes. I prefer the original. I’m looking at all the ones people are suggesting as remakes, and thinking that there is no way I would like another version more than the original.

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  128. Peggy Harris

    I loved Pride and Prejudice and the new Cinderella.

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  129. Brenda

    Huckleberry Finn

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  130. Pam Graber

    I loved Christy and would love to see it re-made.

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  131. LindaB

    Heidi.
    Thank you for participating in this scavenger hunt. I always enjoy meeting new authors especially those who write about the Appalachian area (as long as they don’t buy into all the stereotypes).

    Reply
  132. Amber

    I’m unsure as I read more than watch movies. That picture at the top of your site is amazing though!

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  133. Michelle Fidler

    I like Jane Austen movies with a Regency setting. Also Sherlock Holmes, but not the modern version with Benedict Cumberbatch. Looking forward to the new Little Women movie.

    Reply
  134. Becca Peterson

    I’d like to see The Twenty-Fourth of June made into a move.
    A modern retelling of Emma would be good.

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  135. Charlotte

    I like originals, but remakes are great for introducing old favorites to younger audiences. A Gone with the Wind remake would be great, my favorite book and movie!

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  136. pvrbs3125

    Add me to the list, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers would be a great classic to remake!

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  137. Carla Toppass

    Perhaps Little Women? It’s on of my favorites. I like the remakes so far they’ve done and another one is coming out this winter I believe.

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  138. Connie Scruggs

    I loved Bridgette Jones’ Diary! It was so funny.
    I also loved the Spencer Tracy versions of Father of the Bride and Father’s Little Dividend, but the Steve Martin remakes were even funnier.

    Reply
  139. Autumn tinsley

    Anne is green gables

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  140. Bernice Kennedy

    Little Women or Gone With the Wind

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  141. Sarah F.

    Gone With the Wind

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  142. Nicole

    I like 10 Things I Hate About You. I’m a fan of remakes…my husband and I have several originals and the modern versions.

    Reply
  143. Barbara Hamby

    i would love to see some remakes of some of the OLD OLD Christmas stories …..made for now days and not back in the 1800s

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  144. Bethany Baldwin

    I’m not sure of my favorite remake… but I really loved a retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princesses I read recently called Entwined.

    Reply
  145. Kira Rosol

    I would love to see a remake of Somewhere in Time! Maybe with a happier ending 😉

    Reply
  146. Priscila Perales

    I love the Pride and Prejudice 2005 version. Thanks for the chance!

    Reply
  147. Renee

    Little Women and Little House on the Prairie are my top choices.

    Reply

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