Sunday, October 28, 2018

Outlaws - The 2018 Fall CMBA Blogathon

The Classic Movie Blog Association presents its 2018 Fall BlogathonOutlaws, running from November 15th to November 19th. Outlaws of all types: gangsters, cowboys, bikers, rural outlaws and more are acceptable. CMBA member submissions will be accepted on first come basis. No duplicate films

Send  your submission, your name, blog's name and web address along with one of the four dates above. A link to your blog, along with all participants, will  published on this blog.

Send an e-mail to:

In subject line be sure to say Outlaws Blogathon.

Any questions please feel free to ask. 

Contributors will be listed below. We look forward to your participation.

Thurs. Nov. 15th
Caftan Woman: Yellow Sky (1948)
Louise Brooks Society: The City Gone Wild (1927)  
The Movie Night Group: Jewel Robbery (1932)
Silent-ology: The Miracle Man (1919)
Movies Silently: Children in the House (1916)
Backstory: A Guide to Classic Films: Seven Samurai (1954), The Magnificent Seven (!960 and 2016) 
Another Old Movie Blog: The Desperate Hours (1955)

Fri. Nov. 16th 
Old Hollywood Films: Edward G. Robinson in Key Largo (1948)
A Person in the Dark: The Producers (1967)
Make Mine Film Noir: The Prowler (1951)
Anybody Got a Match: The Petrified Forest (1936)

Sat. Nov. 17th
Classic Film Obsession: Warpath (1951) 
Film Fanatic: China 9, Liberty 37 (1978)
Speakeasy: Four Guns to the Border (1954)
Cary Grant Won't Eat You: My Little Chickadee (1940)

Sun. Nov. 18th
Twenty Four Frames: Point Blank (1967)
Four Star Films: Pretty Poison (1968) 
The Lady Eve's Reel Life: Underworld (1927)
Hometowns to Hollywood: Talk of the Town (1942)

Mon. Nov. 19th
Once Upon A Screen: The Career of Yosemite Sam
Stardust and Shadows: Wild Boys of the Road (1933)
Outspokened and Freckled: Three Godfathers (1948)
Le Critica Retro: I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang (1932)  
Stars and Letters: The Gunfighter (1950)

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1 comment:

  1. Old is Gold.... Old movies so practical when comparing to percent day films...