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The Disability in Film Blogathon Is Finally Here

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Thank you to all the participants in this (my first) blogathon! I hope to do more of these in the months (and years?) to come.

THE SUBMISSIONS (will be updated as they come in):

Movie Movie Blog Blog: Freaks (1932)

Meredy.com Classic Movies/TV/Celebrities: Susan Peters and The Sign of the Ram (1948)

The Wonderful World of CinemaKenneth Wilchek (Marlon Brando) in The Men (1950)

wolffian classics movies digestA Patch of Blue (1965)

B Noir DetourA Woman’s Face (Swedish and American versions)

Pop Culture Reverie: Bright Victory (1951)

Crimson Kimono: Children of a Lesser God (1986)

Old Hollywood Films: The Miracle Worker (1962)

In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood: A Child Is Waiting (1963)

Phillis Loves Classic Movies: Eyes in the Night (1942)

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12 comments on “The Disability in Film Blogathon Is Finally Here

  1. […] Browning’s inimitable Freaks (1932), did I discover that Pop Culture Reverie is hosting a Disability in Film Blogathon, beginning today. The subject is dealt with in both literal and metaphoric terms in film noir, […]

  2. […] ← The Disability in Film Blogathon Is Finally Here […]

  3. Hey Robin. Here’s my entry on “A Child Is Waiting”. Thanks for hosting.

  4. Here’s my post on “Eyes in the Night” http://phyllislovesclassicmovies.blogspot.com/2016/05/disability-in-film-eyes-in-night-1942.html. Sorry it’s kind of short – it’s been a crazy weekend :/

    Thanks for hosting! 🙂

  5. Robin. I’m just wondering if you seen or read my article that I did for the blogathon? I noticed that all the entries you commented on but I never received a comment, so did you receive mine or read it?

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