It’s Day 1 of the Kurt Russell Blogathon

Inviting you to join me and Return to the 80s in our tribute to Kurt Russell…

 

Our blogathon on the fantastic Kurt Russell, the man behind Snake Plissken, Dexter Riley and more.

 

The day has dawned and its the first of two blogathons in the next few weeks, with a wonderful blogathon host you’ll be reading about here on Realweegiemidget Reviews. The blogathon is on Kurt Russell, and if you are sitting there thinking “Bugger, Bugger, Bugger” you are either rehearsing for the part of Charles (Hugh Grant) in Four Weddings and a Funeral or you’ve just completed a post or podcast on this Mr Somebody.

Not to fret, there’s still time to join and click HERE for that announcing post with all those rules, banners and we intro to our hero of the hour. And HERE to check out who is doing what…

For those of you here just to read the reviews, tune in for the next 3 days of Kurt Russell posts on his films such as Escape from New York (1981), Tombstone (1993) and Overboard (1987). So click on the Kurt Russell movie title to the transported through the power of wordpress to the review…

Now on with the show… and here’s a link to my post here at Realweegiemidget Reviews to kick things off… on Escape from New York (1981)…

 

Next up it’s a podcast from Movies and Tea on Kurt in Soldier (1998)…

 

Quiggy from The Midnite Drive In shares a triple bill of Kurt Russell as Dexter Riley in The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969), Now You see Him, Now You Don’t (1972) and The Strongest Man in the World (1975).

 

And there’s more here’s Dubsism with a unique post on Sports Analogies behind the Miracle (2004) movie…

 

Chris from Angelman’s Place tells us more on Silkwood (1983).

 

Movie Rob adds the first of three posts on Used Cars (1980).

So keep tuning in as I’ll add posts as I get them…. and remember to join us for Day 2 and Day 3.

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