The Humphrey Bogart Blogathon Is Here!


I couldn’t be more excited to present all of the incoming entries for my first ever blogathon, celebrating the iconic Humphrey Bogart! Below you’ll find all of the entries so far, and please comment on this post or on the blogathon’s announcement with a link to your entry!

The Midnite Drive-In discusses Bogart’s humble beginnings and his iconic role in The Maltese Falcon (1941).

Who would’ve thought that such a tough guy was the face of a popular brand of baby food?

Moon in Gemini pens a stunning analysis of greed in Bogie’s classic The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948).

How everyone will probably look after participating in a blogathon in the middle of the holiday season.

Magnolia’s Favorite Classic Films dissects the timelessness of Bogart’s most iconic film, Casablanca (1942).

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Here’s looking at your entry, kid!

Champagne for Lunch brilliantly describes the improbable chemistry between Bogie and June Allyson in Battle Circus (1953).

Now that you’ve done a war drama, does this mean that I have to play a bobby-soxer?

Critica Retro reviews Bogart’s final collaboration with director John Huston in Beat the Devil (1953).

What do you mean my blogathon ends tomorrow?

I rank Bogie’s five best performances as part of my Five Top Five series for December.

How I look when I realize that this is the last day of the blogathon.

Movierob reviews not one, but two of Humphrey’s best performances in The African Queen (1951) and Sabrina (1954).

But which do you like better?

Old Hollywood Films talks about one of the films that skyrocketed Bogart to fame: High Sierra (1941).

Will I always have to take George Raft’s sloppy seconds?

Film Noir Archive gives us a fantastic closer look at The Maltese Falcon (1941).

Gee, why didn’t I think of putting that in my entry?

Back to Golden Days delivers a stunning analysis of one of Bogart’s final films, The Caine Mutiny (1954).

Looking for the rest of the entries.

Cinema Cities honors Bogart and his role in In A Lonely Place (1950).

The morning after writing an awesome blogathon entry.

26 thoughts on “The Humphrey Bogart Blogathon Is Here!

  1. Hey. I have to apologize, but I won’t be able to write my post for the blogathon. I’m away interstate visiting family, and my aunt is very sick with terminal stage four cancer. I visited her on Tuesday and she was a lot worse than what I initially thought. I’ve been very worried about her. I’m very sorry, but I definitely make up for it with your next blogathon.

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    1. That’s alright, lovely! Thanks for joining anyway, and I hope your aunt feels better. I had been thinking about doing a blogathon for Zsa Zsa Gabor’s 100th birthday even before she passed, but I really wanted to find someone to collaborate with and there have been no takers so far. Aside from that I have no blogathon plans!


  2. Just want to let you know I haven’t forgotten about my post! I just didn’t have time to write it last week but I am working on it now and should be finished by tonight. Sorry it’s so late!! Looking forward to catching up on reading entries from all of the blogathons I’ve been in this month in January, as there only appears to be my Carole Lombard Blogathon scheduled. I joined too many this month!


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