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The 2020 TCM Summer Under the Stars Blogathon

This year has been a mess, to say the very least. But at least we still have Summer Under the Stars. TCM’s yearly farewell to summer is my favorite time of year and, once again, I’m hosting a blogging event to celebrate. I’ll be sharing your Summer Under the Stars content and giving away a great prize pack to one lucky participant.

Throughout every day in August, I’ll be posting links to your reviews, articles, lists, and essays on anything you can think of associated with Summer Under the Stars. All you have to do to participate is comment below with your blog name and the star(s) you’d like to put your name down for or you can email me at journeysinclassicfilm@gmail.com. With reviews I prefer you discuss a movie actually screening during that star’s day unless it’s a list or a wider essay discussing a star’s work.

One lucky winner will be picked to get a Summer Under the Stars prize pack. Every article counts as an entry so the more you write, the more entries you get.

Full Schedule

August 1st: Barbara Stanwyck

August 2nd: Rock Hudson

August 3rd: Rita Hayworth

August 4th: S.Z. “Cuddles” Sakall

August 5th: Ann Miller

August 6th: Burt Lancaster

August 7th: Sylvia Sidney

August 8th: Charlie Chaplin

August 9th: Goldie Hawn

August 10th: Norma Shearer

August 11th: Sammy Davis, Jr.

August 12th: Lana Turner

August 13th: John Barrymore

August 14th: Steve McQueen

August 15th: Nina Foch

August 16th: Cary Grant

August 17th: Maureen O’Hara

August 18th: Warren Beatty

August 19th: Dolores del Rio

August 20th: William Powell

August 21st: Diana Dors

August 22nd: John Wayne

August 23rd: Bette Davis

August 24th: George Raft

August 25th: Anne Shirley

August 26th: Laurence Olivier

August 27th: Claudette Colbert

August 28th: Paul Henreid

August 29th: Eva Marie Saint

August 30th: Charlton Heston

August 31st: Alain Delon

Kristen Lopez View All

A freelance film critic whose work fuels the Rotten Tomatoes meter. I've been published on The Hollywood Reporter, Remezcla, and The Daily Beast. I've been featured in the L.A. Times. I currently run two podcasts, Citizen Dame and Ticklish Business.

10 thoughts on “The 2020 TCM Summer Under the Stars Blogathon Leave a comment

  1. Once again, no stars associated with the horror genre! And – come on – no problem with Bette Davis or John Wayne but their movies show regularly. And no Kay Francis- again! Didn’t even have a birthday tribute to her this year. Gosh, TCM! Give some neglected stars a chance in 2021.

  2. Barbara Stanwyck was “Priceless”,glad she’s the first Star! Rita Hayworth was a superb dancer! “Gilda” typecasted her but she was “Translucent”,but my favorite is “You were Never Lovelier”with Astaire&”CoverGirl”with Gene Kelly also was Outstanding! My how she dances down that spiral staircase in that glittering gold lame dress! Disappointed that the wonderful Vera-Ellen not featured this month but Ann Miller is most deserving!

  3. First off, I read on the SUTS website that John Wayne and Bette Davis have been traded for Natalie Wood and Olivia de Havilland. I’m interested in writing about Maureen O’Hara on her centennial. My website is Mariah’s Musingshttps://mariah1217.wordpress.com/ .

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