Saturday, December 24, 2011

Blogathon Contributions

Here are all the blogathon contributions I've received so far. I'll be updating this post again soon for anyone else who submits their posts over the weekend:

Sofia from FILMflare gives a few guidelines for getting Bogie's look.

Ivan from Thrilling Days of Yesteryear writes a great introductory post to Edward Copeland's post on the 60th anniversary of The African Queen.

Anna from Defiant Success shared several reviews on some of Bogie's best films:

To Have and Have Not
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
The Maltese Falcon
In a Lonely Place
The Roaring Twenties
The Big Sleep
The African Queen
The Barefoot Contessa
Knock On Any Door

Bette from Bette's Classic Movie Blog discusses The African Queen and Sabrina.

Brandie from True Classics focuses on John Huston's adaption of The Maltese Falcon.

Leticia from Critical Retro writes a very informative post that shares several facts about Bogie.

Barry from Cinematic Catharsis reviews The Return of Doctor X.

Dorian from Tales of the Easily Distracted writes about The Big Sleep.

Natalie from In the Mood discusses Bogie's relationship with Lauren Bacall.

R.C. from The Shades of Black and White compares Bogie's life to some of his most popular film quotes.

Rianna from Frankly, My Dear interviews her father, a fellow Bogie fan.

Angela from The Hollywood Revue compares Dashiell Hammett's The Maltese Falcon to the John Huston adaption.

Lesya from Eternity of a Dream reviewed  Casablanca, To Have and Have Not and Sabrina.

Vinnie from The Forty-Year Old Fanboy reviews We're No Angels.

Steve from Shades of Gray reviewed King of the Underworld.

Erin from Silver Screen Scribblings discusses Bogie's role in Casablanca.

1 comment:

  1. Meredith, you're doing a great job with the Bogart Blogathon! Thanks for including me. Also, I wanted to let you know my husband, Vinnie Bartilucci, has a post for you about WE'RE NO ANGELS, appropriately set on Christmas Day, the great man's birthday! :-) Here's the link to Vinnie's blog, THE FORTY-YEAR-OLD FANBOY:

    Merry Christmas and Happy Bogart's Birthday to you and yours from all of us here, Meredith!