UPDATE: Day 2 of the blogathon has begun! Be sure to check out any new posts, more are trickling in!
And just like that, our annual Busterthon is back–for year eight!!
And I’m proud to say that we have a great turnout this year and a wide range of topics–participants always do an amazing job, and this year’s no exception. So find your coziest chair, make a pot of your favorite tea, and please enjoy!
Bloggers: Please send me the link to your post whenever it’s ready today or tomorrow. (Many thanks if you already have!) I’ll be updating periodically throughout the blogathon. Don’t forget that I’ll be holding a drawing for all participants, the winner receiving a copy of the fabulous new James Curtis biography Buster Keaton: A Filmmaker’s Life. The drawing is scheduled for March 16.
Readers: Drop by often to see the latest posts–and don’t forget that we bloggers adore comments!
Wondering what the previous ‘thons were like? Here are the links to the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Annual Buster Blogathons–whew! Just in case you were hoping to find something to read about Buster…!
Silent-ology | Reviewing All of Buster’s MGM Features
Cinematica | The Scarecrow (1920)
University of Iowa Libraries blog | Article on the Marion Meade research paper collection
La Pantalla Enmudecida | “Buster and My Nieces: A Personal Story” essay
Silver Screenings | The Haunted House (1921)
dream in dizzy sunlight | Go West (1925)
The Thoughts of One Truly Loved | “How I Fell For Buster Keaton” essay
Taking Up Room | College (1927)
Way Too Damn Lazy to Write a Blog | “Mr. Keaton Goes to the Columbia Shorts Department” article
Big V Riot Squad | “Buster’s Silent Shorts–Reel 2” article
Century Film Project | Cops (1922)
Whimsically Classic | The Great Buster (2018) documentary
MovieRob | The Cameraman (1928)
Inimitable BK | “Adventures With Horses” essay
The Wonderful World of Cinema | Buster Keaton’s appearance on The Donna Reed Show