Friday, December 29, 2017
Inspirational Heroes Assemble!
The Inspirational Heroes Blogathon has arrived. Over the New Year's weekend Hamlette and I will be calling attention to the many heroes that inspire us and our fellow bloggers. Check back periodically to this page or Hamlette's page to see all the fascinating characters that give us inspiration. If you are participating you can let either one of us know when your post is ready and we will add it to the roster. Thanks to all who are participating, and especially thanks to all of you are taking the time to read about all these great heroes. Enjoy!
The Inspirational Heroes Roster:
Angelman's Place is convinced It's A Wonderful Life
Movie Movie Blog Blog tells us Rocky Balboa is the real sequel to the original Rocky.
The Midnite Drive-In (me) talks about the inspiring story of the original Rocky
Jessica Prescott uses Hamlette's Soliloquy as a soapbox to tout Stand By Me for inspiration.
Maddylovesherclassicfilms finds an inspirational hero in To Kill a Mockingbird
Coffee, Classics and Craziness finds the young hero of Meet the Robinsons inspiring.
Torchy Blane gets Caftan Woman's inspirational juices boiling.
The inspirational aspect of Apollo 13 is what appeals to Hamlette's Soliloquy
Hometown heroes in Hoosiers are another source of inspiration for The Midnite Drive-In (me)
Heroes come in all packages according to Silver Screenings. The Day the Earth Stood Still
Jimmy Stewart's Mr. Smith is what The Story Enthusiast calls inspirational.
Crítica Retrô finds the inspiration she needs from Father Flanagan in Boy's Town
Love Letters to Old Hollywood gets inspired by Hildy Johnson in His Girl Friday
Movierob whets our inspirational appetities with not one, not two, but three inspirational flicks.
Rogue One: Star Wars Story
and United 93
Along the Brandywine loves the inspiration of The Hunt for Red October
From Charlene's (Mostly) Classic Movie Reviews come a look at Stella Dallas
Good Will Hunting is the source of The Story and You's inspiration.
On Golden Pond makes Motion Picture Gems' list
The hero of Sergeant York is an inspiration for Sat in Your Lap
Silver Screen Classics loves the everyman of Meet John Doe
Meanwhile, in Revendell gushes (literally) over Secretariat
Cinematic Scribblings is inspired by The Ascent