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Get Ready for the “Cops” Blog-A-Thon!

Just the facts…to commemorate National Police Week, the title of this blog-a-thon says it all.  This one is all about your favorite fictional cops.  Big screen or small, from Sergeant Joe Friday to Inspector Clouseau, cops have been a staple since the dawn of cinema, and I thought it was high time to explore some of our favorites.

You can pick any cop-related theme you like, with the standard caveats.  With a world full of choices, I’ll be limiting the allowed number of duplicate choices to two, but you can submit as many posts as you’d like.  Honestly, if you are sending us more than three, we may call the real cops to investigate why you have so much spare time.  Other than that, you have the right to send us your new material (we would rather not have things from your “cold case” files), include the banner above, and place a link back to the blog-a-thon piece once it is posted.

You can lock up your choices right here! If you don’t have a blog of your own, I would be happy to post your piece as a guest blog on Dubsism.  Just let me know you need to do that, and we can work out the details.

After you’ve sent us your subject, and once your piece is published, send me the link either in the contact form above or by email at dubsism@yahoo.com and I’ll take care  of the rest.

For future reference, you’ll also want to keep tabs on my Blog-a-thon page because that’s not only where future projects are going to be announced, but that’s also where you can see every blog-a-thon in which Dubsism has been a participant.

Besides, how can you resist participating in such an arresting topic?

And yes…I know that was first-degree criminal attempted humor…

Participants:

Dubsism:

  • The New Centurions, 1974
  • How I Can Be Summed Up By the Characters on Barney Miller, 1975-1982

Reelweegiemidget Reviews

  • Hot Fuzz, 2007

The Midnite Drive-In:

  • The “Lethal Weapon” franchise

Silver Screen Classics:

  • Dirty Harry, 1971

Poppity Talks Classic Film:

  • McQ, 1974

Pale Writer

  • The Big Combo (1955)

MovieRob:

  • Serpico, 1973
  • The Onion Field, 1979
  • Dragnet, 1987
  • Miami Blues, 1990

Caftan Woman: 

  • Dragnet, 1954

This page will be updated as we get more contributions, so keep ’em coming!

Let the blogging begin!


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What your view of sports would be if you had too many concussions

5 comments on “Get Ready for the “Cops” Blog-A-Thon!

  1. Erica D.
    March 16, 2019

    Count me in! I would love to write about ‘McQ’ (1974). 👮‍♂️

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  2. palewriter2
    March 20, 2019

    Hey Dub! I’ve been meaning to comment and kept forgetting 🤦🏻‍♀️ May I please write about Lt Diamond in The Big Combo?

    Like

  3. Pingback: Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 36: “King Solomon’s Mines” | Dubsism

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