The 1967 in Film Blogathon: Day #1

We’re off to a great start with The 1967 in Film Blogathon, with a groovy variation of films, ranging from the debut of one of the greatest directors the industry has seen, to a famously kitschy classic, and everything in between!

Here are today’s posts!

All Things Kevyn – Favourite Films from 1967

Once Upon a Screen – Barefoot in the Park

Thrilling Days of Yesteryear – Bedazzled

The Rosebud Cinema – Belle de Jour

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Girls Do Film – Bonnie & Clyde

Krell Laboratories – Branded to Kill

Outspoken & Freckled – Casino Royale

Critica Retro  – Doctor Doolittle

NuRay Pictures – Don’t Look Back

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Portraits By Jenni – In Like Flint

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Frisco Kid at the Movies – In the Heat of the Night

Speakeasy – Point Blank

Movie Fanfare – The President’s Analyst

Journeys in Classic Film – Valley of the Dolls

Shadows & Satin – Wait Until Dark

Destroy All Fanboys – The War Wagon

Twenty Four Frames – Who’s That Knocking At My Door?

Thank you all for participating – we are looking forward to reading them, and don’t forget to have a peek at some of the other entries!

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9 Responses to The 1967 in Film Blogathon: Day #1

  1. Wow! Nice job on this post! It’s gorgeous!

  2. Reblogged this on Silver Screenings and commented:
    Recap of today’s posts from my partner in crime, The Rosebud Cinema.

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  4. WB Kelso says:

    So far so great! Here’s a link for my review of The College Girls Murders for Day 2. Thanks again for this opportunity. Also, my sincerest apologizes but I need to withdraw my pledge for a second review of The Born Losers due to a promised three day weekend that suddenly wasn’t. Nertz. Sorry if this causes you any inconvenience.

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  6. girlsdofilm says:

    My (belated) post – sorry about that – is here: Can’t wait to read all the other entries. Thank you so much for co-hosting such a great blogathon…

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