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  Outta sight! The groovy 1967 IN FILM Blogathon starts Friday, and runs through to Sunday. We and The Rosebud Cinema will be providing a recap of each day’s entries starting Friday evening. There’s still time to join in, if you’re interested. For a list of films released in 1967, click HERE – and be sure to take a banner from the gallery at the bottom to post on your site. Here’s the list of participants. Please let us know if we’ve forgotten anyone or if we have an incorrect movie. We are SO JAZZED, man!

The Rosebud Cinema Belle de Jour 6/20/2014
Speakeasy Point Blank 6/20/2014
Twenty Four Frames Martin Scorsese’s Debut: Who’s that Knocking at my Door 6/20/2014
Outspoken & Freckled Casino Royale 6/20/2014
Thrilling Days of Yesteryear Bedazzled 6/20/2014
Critica Retro Doctor Dolittle 6/20/2014
Shadows & Satin Wait Until Dark 6/20/2014
Destroy All Fanboys The War Wagon 6/20/2014
Portraits by Jenni In Like Flint 6/20/2014
Krell Laboratories Branded to Kill 6/20/2014
Journeys in Classic Film Valley of the Dolls 6/20/2014
Once Upon a Screen Barefoot in the Park 6/20/2014
Girls Do Film Bonnie & Clyde 6/20/2014
Frisco Kid at the Movies In the Heat of the Night 6/20/2014
Movie Fanfare The President’s Analyst 6/20/2014
All Things Kevyn Favourite Films from 1967 6/20/2014
NuRay Pictures Don’t Look Back 6/20/2014
Silver Screenings The Anderson Platoon 6/21/2014
Part Time Monster The Gnome-Mobile 6/21/2014
Barry Bradford In Cold Blood 6/21/2014
We Have the Stars Thoroughly Modern Millie 6/21/2014
Cary Grant Won’t Eat You Cool Hand Luke 6/21/2014
Krell Laboratories Dragon Inn 6/21/2014
Mike’s Take on the Movies The Dirty Dozen 6/21/2014
Vintage Cameo Tony Rome 6/21/2014
Phantom Empires Kitosch, the Man Who Came from the North 6/21/2014
Stardust: My Classic Film Fantasies Bonnie & Clyde 6/21/2014
Micro Brewed Reviews The College Girl Murders 6/21/2014
Ramblings of a Cinephile Le Samourai (The Samurai) 6/21/2014
Silver Scenes The Happiest Millionaire 6/21/2014
The Motion Pictures David Holzman’s Diary 6/21/2014
Stacks and Ranges Far from the Madding Crowd 6/21/2014
Mentor’s Camper Samurai Rebellion 6/21/2014
 Hitchcock’s World  The Producers 6/22/2014
Caftan Woman Who’s Minding the Mint? 6/22/2014
I See a Dark Theatre Divorce, American Style 6/22/2014
Margaret Perry The Taming of the Shrew 6/22/2014
Pam (Guest Blogger) To Sir With Love 6/22/2014
The Counterfeit Writer Fitzwilly 6/22/2014
Silver Screen Modes Le Grand Meulnes (a.k.a. The Wanderer) – France 6/22/2014
Moon in Gemini Valley of the Dolls 6/22/2014
I Love Terrible Movies A Taste of Blood 6/22/2014
Destroy All Fanboys The Graduate 6/22/2014
Film Grimoire I Am Curious (Yellow) – Sweden 6/22/2014
1001 A Film Odyssey  Bonnie & Clyde  6/22/2014
Bemused and Nonplussed Quatermass and the Pit (Hammer Studios) 6/22/2014
Scopophilia The White Bus 6/22/2014
Random Pictures Playtime 6/22/2014
Bananas About Movies Fathom 6/22/2014
24 Frames Per Second Viy 6/22/2014

Questions? Comments? Wanna rap? Leave a comment below or email 925screenings [at] gmail [dot] com or therosebudcinema [at] gmail [dot] com.

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