Banners for “The Second Annual Great Breening Blogathon”

We are now presenting the newly-completed banners for “The Second Annual Great Breening Blogathon!” Please use these banners in your participating articles. You can also use them to help us spread the word about our third blogathon!

Each banner should be used for a particular type of article. I have included directions with each banner to make it clear. I have also added these banners and instructions to the original blogathon announcement, where you can find complete information about this blogathon, including information about how to join.

The Second Annual Great Breening Blogathon (1)

This banner includes a picture of Lionel Barrymore and Diana Wynyard from Rasputin and the Empress from 1932. It should be used in “Breening” articles of pre-Code films. Thus, if you are going to be breening a film made before the installment of the Code in 1934, please use this banner.

The Second Annual Great Breening Blogathon (2)

This banner includes a picture of Glynis Johns from Miranda, a British film from 1948. It should be used in “Breening” articles of foreign films from the Code years. Thus, if you are going to be breening a film made between 1934 and 1954 in a country other than America, please use this banner.

The Second Annual Great Breening Blogathon (3)

This banner includes a picture of Shirley MacLaine from Irma la Douce from 1963. It should be used in “Breening” articles of Shurlock Era films. Thus, if you are going to be breening a film made between 1955 and 1968, please use this banner.

The Second Annual Great Breening Blogathon (4)

This banner includes a picture of Joseph I. Breen, head of the Production Code Administration, reviewing some sheet music. It should be used in all “Clean with Breen” articles. Thus, if you are going to be discussing a Code film, the Code, or Mr. Breen, please use this banner.

Join The Second Annual Great Breening Blogathon Today!

Follow us to bring back the Code and save the arts in America!

We are lifting our voices in classical song to help the sun rise on a new day of pure entertainment!

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