“Hitch”ing posts.

Monday (January 17th) marks the Classic Movie Blog Association’s Hitchcock Blogathon!

As anyone who has followed this blog for a while knows, I adore Alfred Hitchcock’s work, so I am thrilled that True Classics will be participating with a post on Hitch’s 1954 film Dial M for Murder.

Quite a few members of CMBA will be participating in the event. Here’s the entire list of other participants for your perusal:

The BirdsClassic Film & TV Café
The Lady VanishesMacGuffin Movies
Lifeboat Classicfilmboy’s Movie Paradise
The Man Who Knew Too MuchReel Revival
Mr. and Mrs. SmithCarole & Co.
North By Northwest Bette’s Classic Movie Blog
Notorious Twenty Four Frames  
The Pleasure GardenThrilling Days of Yesteryear
Rear WindowJava’s Journey
Rebecca­ ClassicBecky’s Film and Literary Review
Rope Kevin’s Movie Corner
Shadow of a DoubtGreat Entertainers Media Archive
The 39 Steps Garbo Laughs
“Three Hitchcock Classic Killers” – The Lady Eve’s Reel Life
Torn Curtain Via Margutta 51
The Trouble with HarryBit Part Actors
Vertigo Noir and Chick Flicks
The Wrong ManThe Movie Projector

Come back on Monday to see our entry, and make sure you check out the rest of the amazing bloggers participating in this fabulous event!

4 thoughts on ““Hitch”ing posts.

  1. I’m looking forward to reading all the film reviews in the Hitchcock Blogathon. Especially excited about THE 39 STEPS, which I haven’t seen in years. Might have to watch it again, too. Last year, I saw a new version on PBS that was surprisingly good.

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