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If you aren’t familiar with this concept, a “Blog-A-Thon” is essentially a collection of bloggers who write about a particular topic at a certain time. Think of it as a blogging version of a “pot-luck dinner;” everybody contributes something and in return gets to enjoy and comment on the works of others. I’ve become a huge fan of blog-a-thons, and I look forward to being part of as many of them as I can.
Having said that, here’s a list of blog-a-thons in which Dubsism is proud to have been included in 2019:
The Calls of Cornwall: The Daphne du Maurier Blog-a-Thon: A celebration of easily one of the greatest writers of the 20th Century. Hosted By Pale Writer
Dubsism’s Contribution: The Birds, 1963
Dubsism’s Contribution: The Man In the Iron Mask, 1939
Dubsism’s Contribution: The Right Stuff, 1983
Dubsism’s Contribution: Fighter Squadron, 1948
Dubsism’s Contribution: Shane, 1953
The “1st and 10” Blog-A-Thon: Coinciding with the start of the American football season, this blog-a-thon is dedicated to football films or movies in which American footballers appear. We’ll also accept Canadian footballers as well, but I don’t know of any movies featuring the CFL – Hosted By Dubsism and The Midnite Drive-In:
Dubsism’s Contribution: Necessary Roughness, 1991
Dubsism’s Contribution: Casino, 1995
The “Send In The Marines” Blog-A-Thon: November 10th is a special day for all U.S. Marines as it marks the anniversary of the founding of the Marine Corps in 1775. Naturally, this blog-a-thon is all about the United States Marines…either films featuring the Corps or actors who served in the USMC – Hosted By Dubsism and ReelWeegieMidget Reviews:.
Dubsism’s Contribution: Sands of Iwo Jima (1949) and The D.I. (1957).
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Dubsism’s Contribution: The Year of Living Dangerously, 1982
Dubsism’s Contribution: Command Decision, 1948
Dubsism’s Contribution: The Music Man, 1962
Dubsism’s Contribution: The Longest Yard, 1974
Dubsism’s Contribution: Bad Boys, 1983
Dubsism’s Contribution: The New Centurions (1974) and an examination of how I can by summed up by the main characters of the television series Barney Miller (1975-1982).
Dubsism’s Contribution: What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?, 1962
Dubsism’s Contribution: Victory, 1981
Dubsism’s Contribution: Streets of Laredo, 1949
Dubsism’s Contribution: King Solomon’s Mines, 1950
Dubsism’s Contribution:The Link Between Harmon Killebrew and Bette Davis
The M. Emmet Walsh Blog-A-Thon: A celebration of all things Walsh on his 84th birthday, about whom Roger Ebert once said “any movie with M. Emmet Walsh in it couldn’t be all bad.” – Hosted By Dubsism
Dubsism’s Contribution: Fletch, 1985
The “Surprise The Cat” Blog-A-Thon: In honor of International Cat Day on March 17th, this blog-a-thon is being directed by the official Dubsism house-cat, who happens to be named Surprise from the day she ran out from under a bush in our back yard and adopted us. Obviously, this is about films with a feline theme, but the “surprise” aspect is if you feel lucky, you can tell us an actor or a genre of film, and Surprise the Cat will send you a movie to write about – Hosted By Dubsism
Dubsism’s Contribution: Paper Lion, 1968
Dubsism’s Contribution: Airport 1975 (1975)
Dubsism’s Contribution: They Died With Their Boots On (1941)
Dubsism’s Contribution: Mister Roberts (1955)
Dubsism’s Contribution: The television series “The Big Valley” (1965-1969)
The “Year After Year” Blog-A-Thon: In short, its all about any movie with a time span of at least one year, which can involve: (a) a movie in which the characters age over the course of a year or more; (b) time-travel movies; or (c) anthology movies with segments involving different eras or periods of time. Hosted by Movie Movie Blog Blog.
Dubsism’s Contribution: The Four Seasons (1981)
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