Thursday, February 2, 2012
The Classic Movie Dogathon
The world's first Classic Movie Dogathon (well, we think it is) ran over four days in February 2012. Hosted by the Classic Film & TV Cafe, it featured 24 posts consisting of a review of a classic film featuring a dog in a prominent role or a profile of a famous canine performer. Whether you're a dog lover or a movie lover, we recommend that you check out the classics below! (Just click on the blog title)
Sunday, February 19
Greyfriars Bobby (1961) - Classic Film & TV Cafe (Sark)
After the Thin Man - Tales of the Easily Distracted
Walt Disney's Pluto - True Classics
Oh! Heavenly Dog - ScribeHard on Film
Babe - in so many words...
A Boy and His Dog - Old Horror Movies
Monday, February 20
Umberto D - The Movie Projector
The Courage of Lassie - Classic Film & TV Cafe (Toto)
Used Cars - The Horn Section
Old Yeller - Open Vault Disney
The Ugly Dachshund - portraitsbyjenni
Digby, the Biggest Dog in the World - The Forty Year-Old Fanboy
Tuesday, February 21
Bringing Up Baby - My Love of Old Hollywood
The Jerk - Sittin' on a Backyard Fence
Lady and the Tramp - Noir and Chick Flicks
101 Dalmatians (1961) - Classic Film & TV Cafe (Rick)
The Awful Truth - Once upon a screen...
The Wizard of Oz - Silver Screenings
Wednesday, February 22
The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939) - ClassicBecky's Brain Food
Since You Went Away - Comet Over Hollywood
A Dog's Life (1918) - Critica Retro
The Voice of Bugle Ann (1936) - Immortal Ephemera
Savage Sam - Open Vault Disney
The Proud Rebel - The Shades of Black and White
Posted by Classic Movie Blog Association at 10:53 PM
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Don't forget the "Barkleys" of BroadwayReplyDelete
The Wife is already signed up for the blogathon, but now that I've found the film I was hoping to find...ReplyDelete
I call Digby, The Biggest Dog In The World.
This is an official "shout-out" to Rick of the Classic Film and TV Cafe. He has been incredibly supportive of this novice blogger without a need or reason. A sincere 'Thank you' for that and for inviting me to participate in the Classic Movie Dogathon. I am very excited, if a bit out of my league.ReplyDelete
All wonderful entries so far.
Nothing about "The Biscuit Eater" (1940) ?! (not the Disney remake.)ReplyDelete
Release the Hounds! : )ReplyDelete
Thanks for allowing us all to participate in your fun little Dogathon Rick.