The Third Annual Great Breening Blogathon is Here!

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NOTICE:

We have extended this blogathon through October 17, our website’s third anniversary! There is still time to participate!

Ladies and Gentlemen, the great day has now arrived! Today is the first day of The Third Annual Great Breening Blogathon! For the third year in a row, we are dedicating a weekend in October to all things Breen and Code! You might think that that is what we do in all our articles all year long, but this event is special. In this blogathon, we invite you to join us in studying, reviewing, and describing the Code’s influence on films!

The blogathon is four days this year. It runs until Monday, October 14, which would have been Joseph I. Breen’s 131st birthday! The initial purpose of this blogathon was to celebrate Mr. Breen’s birth, a special event that we here at PEPS can’t let go unnoticed, since he is the hero of all Code-lovers. In addition, October 14 is also two holidays this year, Columbus Day in the United States and Thanksgiving Day in Canada. Those are appropriate holidays to coincide with this event. Columbus is an important forefather in the foundation of our country, just as Joe Breen is a forefather of pure entertainment in Hollywood. Also, the Code is something for which to be thankful!

Please send us your articles any time during this extended weekend. Although we will accept late entries, let’s try to confine most of the posting to the four days we have designated. If you decide to join after the blogathon has begun, that’s fine. The more the merrier! If you want to participate but don’t have a blog, leave a comment, and we will arrange to publish it here on our website.

Thank you, everyone! Don’t forget to include a banner and a link to this post in your articles. Keep checking back here throughout the weekend to read the entries as they come in! Let the breening begin! Happy Birthday, Mr. Breen!

The Roster:

Category 1 – Breened Films

Vampyr from 1932 – Sally Silverscreen of 18 Cinema Lane

The River from 1984 – Tiffany Brannan of PEPS

Gosford Park from 2001 – MovieCritic of Movies Meet Their Match

Mulan from 1998 – Rebekah Brannan of PEPS

All That Heaven Allows from 1955 – Gabriela of Pale Writer

Category 2 – Discover a New Code Film

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House from 1948 – Rebecca Deniston of Taking Up Room

Category 3 – Pay Tribute to the Code

Joseph Breen’s Family Photographs – Tiffany Brannan of PEPS

Extra!

The Second Annual

As promised at the beginning of this blogathon, we are hereby announcing our next blogathon, The Second Annual Claude Rains Blogathon! That’s right! This is a reprise of the blogathon which Rebekah hosted last November in honor of the great British actor. The dates this year are November 8-10, to coincide with his 130th birthday on November 10! We are allowing any topics about him, his films, his career, and his life. There are no restrictions on duplicates. We will publish the official announcement within the next few days. In the meantime, you can leave a comment here to express your desire to join!

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!

Only the Code can make the sun rise on a new day of pure entertainment!

6 thoughts on “The Third Annual Great Breening Blogathon is Here!

    • Thank you so much! This is a great article. I have seen this movie once, and I agree with all your points. You analyzed this film and the way it showed changing times very well. Thank you so much for joining! It’s alright that you were a little late. I extended the blogathon through tomorrow.

      Yours Hopefully,

      Tiffany Brannan

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  1. Hello, Brannans!
    Thank you so much for inviting me to participate. Breening is a big task, and you do such a great job! I posted my article today. I decided to breen Gosford Park, and it was a lot of work!

    MovieCritic | Movies Meet Their Match

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  2. Pingback: Mr. Blandings and Mr. Breen – Taking Up Room

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