Friday, September 29, 2017

Come to Texas! The Texas Blogathon is here

The Texas Blogathon begins today.  If you haven't been paying attention, I am a Texan through and through, and I love my state.  Texas is the setting for many a movie, and Texas is also a producer of many icons of the cinema.  This blogathon was started to honor those movies and heroes.  Keep coming back all weekend to this post, as I will be updating this thread with all the entrants who have chosen movies to cover for this blogathon.  (Note to my fellow entrants: As always, be patient with me in getting your entries posted.  I am a working man, so the job must take precedence...)

The Illustrious Roll Call:

  My personal entry is a tribute to John Wayne, and the movies he made with Texas as its center.

Reaweegiemidget Reviews gushes about the TV series "Dallas"

Angelman's Place praises a true Texas classic, Giant.

It Came from the Man Cave looks at the box-office failure of The Lone Ranger.

Sometimes They Go to Eleven gives us a view from the darker side with Cohen and Tate

Coffee, Classics and Craziness  gives us some thoughts about Texas (1941)

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies tells about a Hope/Crosby-like duo in Two Guys from Texas

Hamlette's Soliloquy fills your weekend schedule up with ten movies about Texas

 Pure Entertainment Preservation Society covers a vast area with Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven

Crítca Retrô looks at an interesting family in Duel in the Sun

Moon in Gemini talks about a Terence Malick masterpiece Days of Heaven

Home from the Hill gets the Thoughts All Sorts treatment.

 Hamlette's Soliloquy adds another entry with Texas Across the River

Mildred's Fatburgers chimes in on The Last Picture Show 


  1. Here's my entry!

  2. Here's my post!

    Thanks for hosting!

  3. The list of my ten favorite movies set in Texas is up today :-)

  4. Hello, there!
    Here it is Duel in the Sun:

  5. Hi, my post is now live!

  6. Here's my Texas entry:
    Thanks so much for hosting. Has been great.
    Have a wonderful week ahead.

  7. My 11th-hour submission of Texas Across the River is finally up right here. Tomorrow, I can start reading other people's posts! Yay!


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