What do Lassie, Black Beauty and Rin Tin Tin have in common? They are all animals that disseminate cuteness into a movie and make audiences fall in love with them.
Animals have been enchanting movie-goers world wide for decades with their charm, cuteness and lovable companionship. Whether they are dogs, horses, cats, dolphins, you name it, they are all amiable living creatures who belong in this world and are entitled to a fair go of life.
In most movies these animals possess adorableness that you just want to cuddle them, but in some cases the animals have proved to be downright villainous which make the characters run for their life.
My family and I have always been animal lovers. My Mum grew up with two German Shepherds, while my Dad’s childhood and teenage years were memorable whenever he was surrounded by the many German Shepherds that his family owned. I also inhabit very fond memories of our German Shepherd, Clay, who sadly passed away four years ago.
Because of my deep passion and dedication to animals, I have decided to host another blogathon to pay tribute to these movie animals, marine life or reptiles that have been beguiling me for so long, and I would love as many participants as possible. They show us love, so it’s time for us to spread our love to them.
BELOW ARE SOME IDEAS TO GET YOUR JUICES FLOWING:
Lassie, Greyfriars Bobby, National Velvet, Black Beauty, Jaws, Flipper, The Wizard Of Oz, King Kong, Bringing Up Baby, Dark Victory, Air Bud, The Birds, Babe, 101 Dalmations, The Sun Comes Up.
Remember the movie you choose to write about doesn’t have to come from the list above. It’s entirely your choice, but those are just some examples for some who wish to write about them.
1. Participants are more than welcome to write about any movie animal, sea creature or reptile; As long as it’s a living, breathing creature and played a prominent part in a film, it’s more than welcome. If you want to write about a snake from the movies, that’s fine. It doesn’t necessarily have to be classified as an animal movie, but as long as the film features an animal or any living creature and has a significant part in the movie, it’s more than welcome. No cartoons allowed, but films from any era ranging from silents to modern cinema are welcome. And the animals you choose to blog about don’t need to be friendly. If you want to write about a villainous movie animal, it’s more than welcome.
2. For this blogathon, I am saying no to duplicates. There are a plethora of films featuring animals and living creatures to choose from.
3. The Blogathon is held from May 26th through to May 28th.
4. To express your interest in participating in the blogathon, leave a comment on my blog, along with the name and URL of your blog, and the name of the movie you wish to cover, or you can always register by email at: email@example.com. For those of you who wish to register by email, please be sure to include the name and URL of your blog, and the film you wish to cover. Once you get confirmation, please spread the word about this blogathon by advertising the event on your blog. Below are a few banners, so grab yourself a banner, and let’s celebrate our love for animals.
ROSTER, WITH THE LIST OF PARTICIPATING BLOGS:
In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood: Greyfriars Bobby ( 1961 ) and A Dog’s Love ( 1914 )
The Cinematic Frontier: The NeverEnding Story ( 1984 )
Make Mine Criterion: Very Happy Alexander ( 1968 )
The Wonderful World Of Cinema: Rescued By Rover ( 1905 )
Christina Wehner: Rhubarb ( 1951 )
B Noir Detour: Obsession/ The Hidden Room ( 1949 )
Back To Golden Days: Bringing Up Baby ( 1938 )
Cinema Crossroads: The Circus ( 1928 )
Cinematic Scribblings: Umberto D ( 1952 )
An Ode To Dust: Go West ( 1925 )
The Flapper Dame: The Wizard Of Oz ( 1939 )
Lauren Champkin: 101 Dalmatians ( 1961 )
Old Hollywood Films: The Yearling ( 1946 )
Wolffian Classic Movies Digest: King Kong ( 1933 )
Silver Screenings: Francis The Talking Mule ( 1950 )
A Shroud Of Thoughts: Cat from “Breakfast At Tiffany’s ( 1961 )
Movie Movie Blog Blog: Laurel & Hardy films that feature horses
Critica Retro: The Jungle Book ( 1942 )
Moon In Gemini: Mighty Joe Young ( 1949 )
The Midnight Drive In: Harvey ( 1950 )
Classic Movie Hub: The Cheshire Cat in “Alice In Wonderland” ( 1951 )
Caftan Woman: The Tiger Walks ( 1964 )
Karavansara: Gorilla At Large ( 1954 )
Le Cinema Dreams: The Fox ( 1967 )
Pop Culture Reverie: International Velvet ( 1978 )
Movie Classics: Broadway Bill ( 1934 ) and Riding High ( 1951 )
Portraits By Jenni: Dunstan Checks In ( 1996 )
Flickers In Time: Moby Dick ( 1956 )
Meredy.com: Smoky ( 1946 )
Phyllis Loves Classic Movies: The film career of Skippy and Trigger in Son Of Paleface ( 1952 )
Way Too Damn Lazy To Write A Blog: The Ballad Of Pete The Pup
Serendipitous Anachronisms : The Birds ( 1963 )
Twenty Four Frames: Cats On Film
Define Dancing: Pard Aka Zero in “High Sierra” ( 1941 )