Monday, September 14, 2020

CMBA Fall Blogathon is Coming


 CMBA Members,

I hope everyone is staying safe! The Classic Movie Blog Association’s Fall Blogathon runs from October 20 thru October 23rd. With this being a Presidential election year in the U.S. we are presenting the “Politics on Film Blogathon.” Political intrigue, corruption, elections, politicians, heroic or criminal, and more are all in play. 

Down below are some banners to help spread the news.

Only a few rules apply.

Sign up by commenting on this blog post or by email. Preferably email.

No duplicate posts on any film.

Please provide me with your film, the name of your blog, and your preferred date.

CMBA Contributors So Far

October 20th

All The King's Men (Siver Screen Classics)

The Great Dictator (A Person in the Dark)

Andy's Stump Speech (Strictly Vintage Hollywood)

A Face in the Crowd (Top 10 Film List)

The Politics in the Films of Henry Fonda (The Best Man and Advise and Consent (Rick's Real Reel)

We'll Live Until Monday (You've Just Been Watching)

Together Again (Cary Grant Won't Eat You)

Medium Cool (Classic Film Observations and Obsessions)

Left, Right and Centre (Cinema Essentials)

October 21st

Yankee Doodle Dandy (The Movie Night Group) 

All the President's Men (Second Sight Cinema)

Advise and Consent (Backstory)

What Every Woman Knows (Caftan Woman)

The Farmer's Daughter (Box Office Poisons

State of the Union (In The Good Old Days of Hollywood)

Alias Nick Beal (Four Star Film Fan)

October 22nd

The Great McGinty (The Lady Eve's Reel Life)

The Best Man (Old Hollywood Films)

A Supreme Court of  Classic Movie Characters (Once Upon a Screen)

Duck Soup (Hometowns to Hollywood)

The Turning Point (Another Old Movie Blog)

The Role of Ava Gardner in Seven Days in May - Ava Gardner Museum 

October 23rd

Seven Days in May (Twenty Four Frames) 

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (Screen Dreams)

The Candidate (Whimsically Classic)

Flamingo Road (Pale Writer)

The Glass Key (Make Mine Film Noir)

Fail Safe (Musings of a Classic Film Addict)


  1. Paul from Silver Screen Classics here. I’d love to write about All The King’s Men for the Oct 20 spot please. Looking forward to it! Regards!

  2. Hi! Paul here from Silver Screen Classics. I attempted to sign up but think it didn't get through so I'm trying again. Would love to write about All The King's Men for the Oct 20 spot. Hope that's ok and look forward to taking part. Regards from Paul Batters

  3. May I do Primary Colors from 1996 or is that too recent? My blog is

  4. Actually Primary Colors is from 1998 — even more recent actually, so let me know.
    Thanks!- C