Final recap of the SEE YOU IN THE ‘FALL’ BLOGATHON

Happy first day of autumn! but unhappy last day of blogathon! However, we had some terrific entries devoted to favorite moments in TV and movie physical comedy, so let’s complete the list with our

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Here are recaps from the previous days of the blogathon:

Day 1 recap * Day 2 recap * Day 3 recap

And here are the entries for our fourth and final day! (Click on each individual blog’s name to be linked to the blog entry.)

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Reel Distracted brings us M. Hulot again trying to make sense of modern life, in Jacques Tati’s Playtime.

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Wolffian Classic Movies Digest gives us Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan in the classic comedy-drama The Kid.

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In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood examines what happens when a wife (Doris Day) must deal with misbegotten news from her hypochondriac husband (Rock Hudson) in Send Me No Flowers.

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What happens when a monster-smash comedy team meets up with monsters who like to smash things? Critica Retro finds out in her study of Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein.

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And finally, Once Upon a Screen takes a close look at Laurel & Hardy delivering a piano (and lots of laughs) in their Oscar-winning short subject The Music Box.

My heartfelt and feverish thanks goes out to all of the bloggers who contributed their time and talents to making this blogathon such a success, and to the many readers who lapped it up — we couldn’t have done it without any and all of you!

Now that we’re finished, maybe it’s time for a drink…

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The BEATLES FILM BLOGATHON – Day 3 Recap

Like a mint-condition, first-edition copy of The White Album, our blogathon continued to entertain and impress right to the very end. Let’s wrap things up with a recap of

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In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood offered an insightful critique in John Lennon’s only non-Beatle film role, as an Army private in Richard Lester’s How I Won the War.

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Critica Retro posted a terrific take on the movie that started it all, A Hard Day’s Night.

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And to bring the Blogathon to full circle, I couldn’t resist adding some final thoughts on the remaining “Three-tles'” 1995 “reunion” video, “Free as a Bird.”

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If you have missed reading any of the other wonderful entries from the previous two days of this blogathon, please click on the appropriate recap below to find what you’d like to read.

Original blogathon announcement * Day 1 recap * Day 2 recap

We hope you have enjoyed our heartfelt tribute to The Fab Four and the musical and cinematic delights they have brought to the world. Now, I’ve got to take a break for a while…I’VE GOT BLISTERS ON MY TYPING FINGERS!!

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