BLOGATHON… Final Day of the Robin Williams Blogathon


The last – and probably not the least – of the Robin Williams posts… 


We’re on the last posts until the recap.



The final day of the Robin Williams blogathon is upon us. With some more fabulous film bloggers’ posts about all things Robin Williams. As it’s the final post, I’d like to thank my partner in this blogathon, the lovely Crystal from In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood for inviting me to join her in this blogathon. Also thanks for making those terrific banners. It’s been lovely collaborating with you and I hope to do this again one day.

I’d also like to thank you lovely bloggers for your wonderful posts and tributes on Robin himself, his movies and TV. I’ve read, commented and shared all your posts on my Twitter and Facebook pages. If for any reason you’ve not got a comment please check your spam as my WordPress does seem to play up as you know.

One thing that is clear from all your posts is that Robin Williams is clearly still loved in his many varied roles and we the film blogging community miss his acting, improvisations and presence terribly.

Here’s to you Robin Williams.. and without further ado here they are (and any latecomers will be added here)…


What the Craggus Saw joins our blogathon with The World According to Garp (1982)…


Taking Up Room adds her last post about Robin Williams in The Night at the Museum Films…


Old School Evil joins us with his take on Ferngully: The Last Rainforest (1992)…


Katrina from Life Daily Lessons Blog adds her review on her impressions of Robin Williams in a number of his movies…including Dead Again (1991).


Movie Rob tells us more about Robin Williams in Man of the Year (2006) and also adds his review on Popeye (1980) to the blogathon…


and a wee latecomer…

Movies Meet Their Match shares their post on Hook (1991)…


Finally,  for Day 1 posts click HERE and Day 2 posts HERE

7 thoughts on “BLOGATHON… Final Day of the Robin Williams Blogathon

  1. Thanks to you both for hosting this. I’m really enjoying working my way through reading the entries. I miss Robin so much, but as these posts all show, he sure left a wonderful legacy behind for us to continue to enjoy.

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