The Second Clark Gable Blogathon is here!

It's time to celebrate the king: the one and only Mr. Clark Gable. I loved holding this event last year; it introduced me to so many films and showed me just how beloved the actor remains to this day. For the next three days, join me and a terrific roster of writers as we honor one of the most iconic actors to ever grace the silver screen.

Bloggers, please send me your links as soon as possible and I'll link to them as fast as I can. I'm not a big social media person, so if you could please spread the word about this event, that would be so lovely of you!

P.S. If you're interested in joining another blogathon, I've got two coming up: one for Ms. Janet Leigh and my annual Van Johnson event!

Realweegiemidget Reviews | Gable and Lombard (1976)

The Story Enthusiast | But Not for Me (1959)

Caftan Woman | Manhattan Melodrama (1934)

The Stop Button | Run Silent Run Deep (1958)

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society | "Film Fashion Friday" entry on one of Gable's costumes

Poppity Talks Classic Film | The King and Four Queens (1956)

Silver Screen Classics | China Seas (1935)

The Midnite Drive-In | Gone with the Wind (1939)

Love Letters to Old Hollywood | After Office Hours (1935)

MovieRob | Soldier of Fortune (1955)

Dubsism | Command Decision (1948)

Pale Writer | Strange Cargo (1940)

MovieRob | Betrayed (1954)

Taking Up Room | The Painted Desert (1931)

Diary of a Movie Maniac | Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise (1931)

Critica Retro | No Man of Her Own (1932)

Musings of a Classic Film Addict | Night Nurse (1931)

Screen Dreams|Possessed (1931)


  1. "Blackie" joins the throng:

  2. Posted

  3. I loved your gif as I entered this page, felt like Rose from Titanic with Rhett Butler at the bottom of the stairs, sigh. Thanks!

    1. Haha, you're welcome! That intro to Rhett always takes my breath away.

    2. I can see why, makes Leo look like a wet blanket..

  4. Dear Michaela,

    I just published my entry in this blogathon: I decided to write about one of Clark Gable's suits in "The Hucksters" from 1947. I hope your blogathon is a great success!

    Yours Hopefully,

    Tiffany Brannan

  5. Hi Michaela! Here is my entry and thank you so very much for hosting! :-D

  6. Hi Michaela!

    I was having trouble trying to post my link here but I've finally managed it! Really excited to be taking part! Here's the link:

    Thanks again! Regards from Paul

  7. Later than usual for me, but...

  8. Just in time for Day Three, here's my contribution!

  9. Hi! Here’s my post đź’“



  11. Hi, Michaela! Here's mine: :-)

  12. Hi! Here is my review of Susan Lenox (Her Fall and Rise) (1931):

  13. Hi, Michaela! I'm so, so sorry for the delay in my post! Here's my review of Night Nurse!

  14. Sorry, I forgot to share! Thank you so much for hosting :)


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