The Sixth Annual Doris Day Blogathon is here!

 

Who else is excited for this three-day Doris Day lovefest?! I still miss this woman every single day since her passing in 2019, but I have loved honoring her these past six years and I'm especially happy we can all celebrate her centennial this year!

Unfortunately, I just haven't been able to find the time, creativity, or brain power to write my own post this year due to work (*cue sobbing*), but I'll try my best to read everyone else's posts in a timely manner.

Participants, please leave me a comment below once you are ready to submit your entry and I'll post them as soon as I can. And if you're running a bit late, no worries -- I'll still accept it!


Realweegiemidget Reviews | Send Me No Flowers (1964)


The Stop Button | Young Man with a Horn (1950)


Taking Up Room | The Glass Bottom Boat (1966)


Filmland Follies | It's a Great Feeling (1949)


Hamlette's Soliloquy | Calamity Jane (1953)


Box Office Poisons | That Touch of Mink (1962)


Dubsism | Do Not Disturb (1965)


Whimsically Classic | Julie (1956)


Diary of a Movie Maniac | Midnight Lace (1960)


The Wonderful World of Cinema | ten favorite Doris films


Silver Screenings | Tea for Two (1952)

Comments

  1. Hi!
    Posted: https://thestopbutton.com/2022/04/01/young-man-with-a-horn-1950/
    Thanks again :)

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  2. Hello! Here's my article: https://filmlandfollies.blogspot.com/2022/04/doris-days-centennial-its-great-feeling.html

    Thank you!

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  3. Hi, Michaela! Here's mine: https://takinguproom.wordpress.com/2022/04/01/the-glass-bottom-boat/ Thanks again for hosting. :-)

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  4. Thanks so much for hosting this again this year! My review of Calamity Jane (1953) is right here. I'm so glad this event gave me a reason to watch it!

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  5. Hi! Here is my review of Midnight Lace (1960):

    https://diaryofamoviemaniac.wordpress.com/2022/04/02/midnight-lace-1960/

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  6. Here's my usual sporting silliness :)
    https://dubsism.com/2022/04/02/sports-analogies-hidden-in-classic-movies-volume-128-do-not-disturb/

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  7. Here's my post:

    https://boxofficepoisons.blogspot.com/2022/04/inside-cathy-timberlakes-apartment.html

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  8. Here's my post on Julie

    https://whimsicallyclassic.wordpress.com/2022/04/03/doris-day-centennial-blogathon-julie-1956/

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  9. Here is my article Michaela! Thanks so much for hosting and for letting me change my topic at the very last minute! https://thewonderfulworldofcinema.wordpress.com/2022/04/03/top-of-the-world-10-doris-day-films-on-her-centenary/

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  10. Hi Michaela, I finally uploaded my post:
    https://silverscreenings.org/2022/04/06/how-doris-day-saves-a-film-she-couldve-torpedoed/

    Thanks for letting me be so tardy. It's been a little crazy around here!

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    1. Hey, I get it! I couldn't even manage to write something this year, so you're doing better than me at least, haha. Thanks for still contributing!

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