The autumn of 2015 is on its way, and with it comes our See You in the ‘Fall’ Blogathon! Over the course of Sept. 20-23 will come, from a variety of terrific blogs, a wide range of blog entries about some very memorable moments of physical comedy as seen on television or at the movies. Join us to enjoy these entries for the next few days!

If you are one of the blog entrants, please go to the “Comments” section below, and leave the name and URL of both your blog and your individual entry. Readers, keep checking back over the next few days as we post these entries; this blog will also do a daily review of the day’s posted entries for each day of the blogathon. Here are the entrants — click on their blog-entry names to be taken to each individual blog:

Movie Movie Blog Blog – Steve Martin as “The Great Flydini” and The Three Stooges in Gents Without Cents (1944)

BNoir DetourKeenan Wynn’s flipper scene in Shack Out on 101 (1955)

Silver Screenings – Laurel & Hardy in The Flying Deuces (1939)

Nitrateglow – The chase scene in Buster Keaton’s Sherlock Jr. (1924)

In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood – Doris Day and Rock Hudson in Send Me No Flowers (1964)

Girls Do Film – Jacques Tati’s Mon Oncle (1958)

Movies Silently – Lupino Lane in Naughty Boy (1927)

Love Letters to Old Hollywood – Jerry Lewis in The Nutty Professor (1963)

Critica Retro – Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)

Moon in Gemini – The chase scene in Peter Bogdanovich’s What’s Up, Doc? (1972)

Wolffian Classic Movies Digest – Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid (1921)

Caftan Woman – The “setting up for rehearsal” scene in The Sunshine Boys (1975)

Once Upon a Screen – Laurel & Hardy on the stairs in The Music Box (1932)

How Sweet It Was – Dick Van Dyke and the ottoman on “The Dick Van Dyke Show”

Reel Distracted – Jacques Tati’s Playtime (1967)

CineMaven – Mel Brooks’ Blazing Saddles (1974) and the “Mr. Muckle” scene in W.C. Fields’ It’s a Gift (1934)

Serendipitous Anachronisms – The British sitcom “Keeping Up Appearances” (1990-1995)

Silent-ology – Roscoe Arbuckle and Buster Keaton’s flirting scene in Good Night, Nurse! (1918)

Old Hollywood Films – Harold Lloyd in Safety Last (1923)

Way Too Damn Lazy to Write a Blog – Dining do’s and don’ts in silent film comedy


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