This Monday: CMBA Hitchcock Blogathon!

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The Classic Movie Blog Association‘s Hitchcock Blogathon is coming up on Monday, and I am positively oozing with excitement. There are twenty participating blogs, making it the biggest CMBA blogathon yet, as well as the very first blogathon in which my baby blog will have taken part. Basically, when you log onto the CMBA site on Monday – or open up your RSS reader, if you’re as addicted to classic movie blogs as I am – you’ll see a long list of posts from a wide variety of bloggers sharing their thoughts and impressions of Alfred Hitchcock and his films, both the classics and the obscure treasures. Everyone is committed to at least one post, but I know some are planning more; I hear Rachel over at MacGuffin Movies will be marathoning new reviews of Hitchcock films all day. As for me, I’ll be keeping it simple yet (hopefully) intriguing with a review of 1935’s The 39 Steps, one of Hitchcock’s most well-known British films but still considered obscure to most casual movie-watchers. In fact, it’s one I probably would’ve taken a long time to get around to seeing if it hadn’t been for this serendipitous blogathon. Come back on Monday to hear what I thought of the film, and don’t forget to check out the other participating blogs for what are sure to be some excellent reviews and musings on everyone’s favorite Master of Suspense.

CMBA Hitchcock Blogathon Official List of Films and Participants
The Pleasure Garden (1925) – Thrilling Days of Yesteryear
The 39 Steps (1935) – Garbo Laughs (c’est moi!!)
The Lady Vanishes (1938) – MacGuffin Movies
Rebecca (1940) – ClassicBecky’s Film and Literary Review
Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941) – Carole & Co.
Shadow of a Doubt (1943) – Great Entertainers Media Archive
Lifeboat (1944) – Classicfilmboy’s Movie Paradise
Notorious (1946) – Twenty Four Frames
Rope (1948) – Kevin’s Movie Corner
Dial M for Murder (1954) – True Classics: The ABCs of Film
Rear Window (1954) – Java’s Journey
The Trouble with Harry (1955) – Bit Part Actors
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) – Reel Revival
The Wrong Man (1956) – The Movie Projector
Vertigo (1958) – Noir and Chick Flicks
North By Northwest (1959) – Bette’s Classic Movie Blog
The Birds (1963) – Classic Film & TV Café
Marnie (1964) – My Love of Old Hollywood
Torn Curtain (1966) – Via Margutta 51
Three Classic Hitchcock Killers – The Lady Eve’s Reel Life


  1. Caroline, the Hitchcock Blogathon sounds delicious! I’m looking forward to your review of THE 39 STEPS, one of my favorite of Hitchcock’s falsely-accused-man-on-the-run films.

  2. BEST BLOG ENTRY EVER!!!! <3 <3 <3

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