The Rock Hudson Blogathon has arrived!


It's here! For the next three days, Crystal of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood and I will be paying tribute to actor and all-around dreamboat Rock Hudson with our second joint blogathon! Participants, please leave us a comment below or on Crystal's blog once you are ready to submit your entry and we'll try to post them as soon as we can.

To the entries!

Silver Screenings kicks things off with a look at the western The Last Sunset (1961).

It Came from the Man Cave! reviews the Roger Corman disaster flick Avalanche (1978).

The Story Enthusiast brings the melodrama with The Tarnished Angels (1957).

The Stop Button discusses another Douglas Sirk-Rock Hudson collaboration, All That Heaven Allows (1955).

Caftan Woman talks about one of Rock's cutest movies (and our third Sirk film!), Has Anybody Seen My Gal? (1952).

Dubsism takes the blogathon to the skies with A Gathering of Eagles (1963).

Mike's Take on the Movies goes fishing with Man's Favorite Sport? (1964).

Movie Rob joins us with Tobruk (1967).

Poppity Talks Classic Film drops in with one of Rock's most well-known flicks, Ice Station Zebra (1968).

Taking Up Room invites Doris Day and Tony Randall to the party with Send Me No Flowers (1964).

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society gives us our second post on Has Anybody Seen My Gal? (1952).

Realweegiemidget Reviews reminds us that Rock was also a TV star with her look at the McMillan and Wife episode "Affair of the Heart."

The Midnite Drive-In writes about when Rock co-starred with John Wayne in The Undefeated (1969).

For my entry, I review the underrated gem Blindfold (1966).

PaleWriter talks about the 1980 film, The Mirror Crack'd.

The Flapper Dame gives us our second look at The Undefeated.

MovieRob's second entry covers Darling Lili (1970), co-starring Julie Andrews!

And for his last post, MovieRob provides our second entry on A Gathering of Eagles.

Back to Golden Days takes us to Rock's pre-stardom days.

Hamlette's Soliloquy explains why she loves Giant (1956).



Thank you to everyone who participated!


Comments

  1. Ready to start the weekend with Rock: https://www.caftanwoman.com/2018/11/the-rock-hudson-blogathon-has-anybody.html

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  2. Here's my piece...
    https://dubsism.com/2018/11/17/sports-analogies-hidden-in-classic-movies-volume-23-a-gathering-of-eagles/

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  3. Yay! Posted: https://thestopbutton.com/2018/11/17/all-that-heaven-allows-1955/. Thanks for hosting!!

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  4. Ready to Rock......
    https://mikestakeonthemovies.com/2018/11/17/mans-favorite-sport-1964/

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  5. Hello there, here's my entry of Rock Hudson in McMillan (and Wife), looking forward to checking out those entries... https://weegiemidget.wordpress.com/2018/11/18/tv-mcmillan-1977/

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  6. Hi! I'm really enjoying reading all the entries so far! Here's my contribution https://palewriter2.home.blog/2018/11/17/an-ill-fated-kiss-rock-hudson-in-the-mirror-crackd/#more-890

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  7. That GIF at the end is perfection!

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    1. Haha, thanks! I just love it when Rock makes funny faces, so I was thrilled to find that GIF.

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  8. Hi, Michaela!
    My post is now up:
    http://back-to-golden-days.blogspot.com/2018/11/the-rock-hudson-blogathon-before-rock.html

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