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

The “Cops” Blog-A-Thon Is Here!

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.

That’s why I wanted to host an event where you can peruse the choices made by some of the most interesting classic film bloggers on the web. Not only are you getting a sampling of the works of said great bloggers, but how can you resist such an arresting topic?

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


This will be updated as the contributions come in over the next few days.


Reelweegiemidget Reviews

The Midnite Drive-In:

Silver Screen Classics:

Poppity Talks Classic Film:

Pale Writer


The Stop Button:

Caftan Woman: 

Your blog-a-thon host with a Dragnet icon, Los Angeles City Hall. The face has been changed to protect the innocent.

Here’s to some solid reading about everybody’s favorite fictional cops! Not only do I want to thank all the participants and readers, but everybody should keep tabs on my Blog-a-thon page because that’s where new projects are going to be announced for 2019 and beyond!

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

17 comments on “The “Cops” Blog-A-Thon Is Here!

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  2. Quiggy
    May 18, 2019

    I was going to tell you my post was up but apparently you don’t sleep in on Saturdays either…:-D



  3. wjquiggy
    May 18, 2019

    I was going to tell you my post was up, but apparently you don’t sleep in on Saturdays either… 😀


    • J-Dub
      May 18, 2019

      Or I’m just sliding in from a hard night of bottle-and-glass duty 🙂


  4. Paddy Lee
    May 18, 2019

    It was Saturday, 8:18 am. We were working the Blog watch out of Dubsism. My partner’s Frank Smith. My name is Friday.

    Liked by 1 person

    • J-Dub
      May 18, 2019

      Thank for this amazing contribution. Joe Friday is such an icon I was happy to see him get not one, but two mentions in this event!


  5. Did someone say new blogathons? Cue stampede of bloggers…


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  9. Silver Screen Classics
    May 19, 2019

    Hello! Have been looking forward to this and have my article ready to go below:


    Many thanks for hosting and allowing me to take part. I really appreciate it!

    Best regards, Paul from Silver Screen Classics


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