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Announcing the Reel Infatuation Blogathon 2018

We’re excited to be back with the Reel Infatuation Blogathon!

This blogathon is the brainchild of the fabulous Maedez of Font and Frock and A Small Press Life.

Reel Infatuation runs June 8-10, and we want you to join us. We want to hear about your film/TV/book character crush. (You can find this year’s Official Announcement HERE. Additional background to the blogathon, originally posted in 2016, is HERE.)

Please help yourself to a banner, and we’ll see you at the party in June!

Participants

Font and Frock  Ross Martin as Artemus Gordon in The Wild, Wild West

Realweegiemidget Reviews  Jason Statham as Deckard Shaw in the Fast and Furious films

Silver Screenings  James Garner as Hendley in The Great Escape

Maddy Loves Her Classic Films  Jeremy Northam as Mr. Knightley in Emma

Old Hollywood Films  Paul Henreid as Victor Laszlo in Casablanca

Caftan Woman  Keye Luke as Lee Chan in the Charlie Chan Film Series

Movie Movie Blog Blog  Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

I Found it at the Movies  Bette Davis as Constant Doyle in Perry Mason’s “The Case of Constant Doyle”

A Person in the Dark  Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo in The Man From Uncle

The Story Enthusiast  Meg Ryan as Kathleen Kelly in You’ve Got Mail

Whimsically Classic  James Darren as Moondoggie in Gidget

Crítica Retrô  Frank Sinatra and Sinatramania

Moon in Gemini   Robert Mitchum as Charles in Ryan’s Daughter (1970)

Cary Grant Won’t Eat You  William Powell as Nick Charles in The Thin Man films

Steve Quick  Ten Cinematic Crushes

Life’s Daily Lessons  Robert Redford as Harold Beldon in The Twilight Zone’s “Nothing in the Dark”

Words Seem Out of Place  Michelle Pfeiffer as Angela de Marco in Married to the Mob (1988)

A Viewer’s Guide to Classic Films  Gilbert Roland as The Cisco Kid

Pure Entertainment Preservation Society  Thomas E. Breen as Dennis Mulvy in Luxury Liner (1948)

Four Star Films  Allen Roberts as Meg in The Red House (1947)

Coffee, Classics & Craziness  Gael García Bernal as Héctor from Coco (2017)

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72 thoughts on “Announcing the Reel Infatuation Blogathon 2018

  1. I had so much fun last year (Gilbert, The Lady Vanishes) and thought I couldn’t come up with something for another round of reel infatuation. And then it hit me! I haven’t been a Charlie Chan fan all these years for the great detective’s deductive reasoning alone. That handsome number one son of his has something to do with it. Keye Luke as Lee Chan is my guy this year.

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    1. It’s intended to be a film/TV/book character you’re crushing on, and it doesn’t have to be a “classic” character…but sometimes people discuss the actor instead, and that’s OK, too. It’s such a fun time that we’re not going call out anybody on a technicality.

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  2. Aaahhh…so many decisions….this is soooo difficult…I’m going to go for…actually no, put me down for Da…no, no…….. hee, hee, please just put me down as I’m definitely joining…I just can’t decide right now…will let you know as soon as one crush convinces me it’s him this year…

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  3. Hi, there! I was thinking about how I’m often a contrarian when it comes to which male lead you’re supposed to become infatuated with. I’d like to write about how I became far more infatuated with Robert Mitchum’s character in Ryan’s Daughter than the heroine did!

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  4. Quick question. I just saw Bette Davis in an episode of Perry Mason I’ve never seen before. She was amazing. I Could I change mine to Bette Davis for the defense? 🙂

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  5. Hi! My blog is Words Seem out of Place and I write a lot about film in general, and my favorite performances in particular. I’d love to contribute to your blogathon! I’d write about Angela de Marco (Michelle Pfeiffer) from Married to the Mob, if that works for you. I’ll do my best to get the piece done by June 8-10!

    Here’s my blog, if you’re interested: https://wordsseemoutofplace.blogspot.com/

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