Send in The Marines Blogathon, Who’s Doing What

 

Dubsism and my list of Send in the Marines blogathon 2019 entries…

 

A list of the participants and their choices for this blogathon celebrating the US Marine Corps 244th Anniversary.

Here’s our list so far for the blogathon – Please note * means there is a duplicate as the max 2 people are reviewing it and therefore can’t be chosen to review now. If you’ve just found this page and want to join the blogathon CLICK HERE

PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE 7 DUPLICATES!

Full Metal Jacket (1978), The D.I. (1957),Sands of Iwo Jima (1949), Tell It To The Marines (1926), A Few Good Men (1992), Aliens (1986) and Dangerous Minds (1995).

Dubsism… Sands of Iwo Jima (1949)*, Let’s Make it Legal (1951) and The D.I. (1957)*

Realweegiemidget Reviews…  Four Film Faves from Ex-Marine Gene Hackman

The Midnite Drive-In… Full Metal Jacket (1987)*

Movie Movie Blog Blog IIThe D.I. (1957)*

Taking Up Room… Tell It To the Marines (1926)*

Cinematic Catharsis… Tell It To the Marines (1926)*

Beetley Pete… Sands of Iwo Jima (1949)*

Return to the 80s Full Metal Jacket (1987)*

Banzai Retro Club… A Few Good Men (1992)*

John Rieber… The Poseidon Adventure (1972) for Gene Hackman, ex Marine

Caftan Woman… Hail the Conquering Hero! Semper Fi (1944)

Silver Screenings… Flying Leathernecks (1951)

Lets Go to the Movies… A Few Good Men (1992)*

Pale Writer… Aliens (1986)*

Words Seem Out of Place… Dangerous Minds (1995)*

Sean Munger… The Great Santini (1979)

Critica Retro…. The Blue Eagle (1926)

In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood… Highway Dragnet (1954)

Pfeiffer Pfilms and Meg Movies… Dangerous Minds (1995)*

Thoughts All Sorts… Brothers (2009)

The Oak Drive In… Halls of Montezuma (1951)

Silver Screen Suppers… (Ex Marine) Bea Arthur’s Cream of Carrot Soup

18 Cinema Lane… Touched by an Angel episode, The Sky is Falling  featuring former U.S. Marine Brian Keith.

Movie Rob… What Price Glory (1952), Return to Tarawa – The Leon Cooper Story (2009), and two Gene Hackman films – The Split (1968) and First to Fight (1967)

 

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