Announcing the Second Annual Doris Day Blogathon!

Last year, for my second blogathon ever, I held a celebration of the magnificent Ms. Doris Day for her 95th birthday. Because I adore her so much and because many people seemed to enjoy this event, I've decided to host my second Doris Day Blogathon!

Here are the rules:
You can write about anything relating to Day -- her films, her music, her personal life, her work with animals, her role as a style icon, the list goes on! I also won't limit how many posts you want to do.

Because there is so, so much you can write about, I'd prefer no duplicates. Sorry guys, it's first come, first serve.

You can post on any of the three days of the blogathon, or you can post early! I only ask that you be sure to send me your link and I'll try to post it as soon as possible.

Now grab a banner, spread the word, and I'll see you in April!

List of Participants:
Love Letters to Old Hollywood | It Happened to Jane (1959)
The Wonderful World of Cinema | Calamity Jane (1953)
Phyllis Loves Classic Movies | I'll See You in My Dreams (1951)
Outspoken and Freckled | Day's fashion and style










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  1. Woo hoo! First here! Love to do Young At Heart, so wanted to do it last time but was one of the last to sign up... Gill at Realweegiemidget Reviews

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    1. Glad you were able to snatch it up this time! Thanks for joining!

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    2. Thanks for having me, and look forward to your next big announcement!

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  2. I'm in! Can I write about The Man Who Knew Too Much? Maddy at Maddy Loves Her Classic Films.

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  3. I'd like to sign up with a look at Storm Warning.

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  4. Michaela, I would LOVE to do "Pillow Talk". That movie never fails to make me laugh out loud.

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    1. I would love to have you do it! That's one of my favorites.

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  5. Hey Michaela. I would like to write a post titled: Doris Day & Rock Hudson: The True Meaning Of Friendship. It will be about the friend between the two stars.

    In the meantime, my article for the Clark Gable blogathon is just around the corner. I'm sorry for being late again.

    My blog: In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood.

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    1. Oops, friendship I mean. But put me down for: Doris Day & Rock Hudson: The True Meaning of Friendship. Thanks.

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    2. That's an awesome topic! And that's alright -- I know how tough deadlines can be sometimes.

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    3. Thanks. Can I also do "Teacher's Pet" as well? It's one of my favorite movies, and I've been wanting to write about it for quite some time. Luckily by then, I'll have all my stuff sorted out, and will be back in front of my game again. Besides, I owe you for past blogathons you've hosted that I was registered for, but wasn't present on the days.

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    4. Sure thing! I'm always thrilled when someone wants to write about Teacher's Pet.

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  6. Wow, you're in advance! ;) I'd like to go with Calamity Jane!

    My blog: https://thewonderfulworldofcinema.wordpress.com/

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  7. I'm so glad that you're hosting a tribute to Doris Day once again because I wasn't able to sign up last year. I'd love to write about Lover Come Back (1961) for Musings of a Classic Film Addict at https://annsblyth.wordpress.com. Thank you!

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    1. Lovely! I almost picked that one myself. Happy you could join this time!

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  8. First: these posters are wonderful - in special the first one!
    Second: can I have Romance on the High Seas, please?
    Kisses!

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    1. Awesome choice! And thank you! I'm partial to that first one myself. :)

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  9. The Flapper Dame here
    Please put me down for Lover Come Back (1961)!https://theflapperdamefilm.wordpress.com/

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    1. Glad you want to join! Unfortunately, somebody else grabbed that topic and I'm not doing duplicates for this event. Is there another topic you'd like? Sorry, Emily!

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    2. Sure- I'll do send me no flowers!

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    3. Excellent second choice! Thanks!

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  10. Hey Michaela! It's Alex. (https://anybodygotamatch.wordpress.com/)

    Do you mind if I take Midnight Lace from 1960?

    Cheers!


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    1. BTW, your banners look incredible!

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    2. Thank you! And I'd love for you to write about Midnight Lace!

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  11. Marvelous banners again!! Put me down for "I'll See You in My Dreams" (1951).

    https://phyllislovesclassicmovies.blogspot.com/

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  12. I’d like to write about one of my favorites The Glass Bottom Boat please. I’m at www.storyenthusiast.com

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    1. Love Doris and Rod Taylor together! Thanks for joining!

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    2. Mine is up a bit early.
      https://wp.me/p8cFHd-Pz

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  13. Hi there! Could I write about ON MOONLIGHT BAY (1951)? My blog is Vitaphone Dreamer (vitaphonedreamer.wordpress.com)


    Thanks!

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    1. Definitely! Now I'm kind of wishing I had thought to snatch that one, haha. Thanks for joining!

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  14. So excited you are hosting a second Doris Day Blogathon! Could I write about her career as a singer? I'm Christina Wehner: https://christinawehner.wordpress.com/

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    1. Definitely, Christina! So happy you could join! :)

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  15. May I write about the fashions and style of Doris Day? (Kellee Pratt of Outspoken & Freckled www.kelleepratt.com / twitter @IrishJayhawk66 )

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  16. I would like to write about "With Six You Get Eggroll," Doris Day's last film.

    https://whimsicallyclassic.wordpress.com/

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  17. Hello,

    I'd like to write about The Thrill of It All for LA Explorer (http://la-explorer.com/).

    Thanks!

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  18. I would like to write about That Touch of Mink for Old Hollywood Films. Thanks for hosting.

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  19. Hey Michaela, I posted my entry a few days early... https://silverscreenings.org/2018/03/29/doris-day-the-most-glamorous-curmudgeon-in-nyc/
    This will be fun!

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  20. Hi Michaela. Here is my entry about The Man Who Knew Too Much. Maddy https://maddylovesherclassicfilms.wordpress.com/2018/04/01/the-doris-day-blogathon-the-man-who-knew-too-much-1956/

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  21. Here is my entry about "With Six You Get Eggroll."

    https://whimsicallyclassic.wordpress.com/2018/04/02/doris-day-birthday-blogathon-with-six-you-get-eggroll/

    -Kayla

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  22. Here's my post: http://la-explorer.com/spotlight-on-doris-day-in-the-thrill-of-it-all/

    Thanks for hosting!

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