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March-in-March Free-for-All

So far March-in-March has been a wonderful success! I want to thank all of the contributors featured here on the site. We have a few more coming next week, including a post from yours truly, so stay tuned!

Those who are participating in the free-for-all event on your personal blogs today and tomorrow, please feel free to leave me a comment with a link to your post, or email me at sittinonabackyardfence (at)gmail(dot)com. I’ll get your post linked and added to the list below.

R.D. Finch from The Movie Projector on Death of a Salesman (1951)
Robby from Dear Old Hollywood- Fredric March: Attack Ads “Dirty Trick”
Ruth from Silver Screenings on Inherit the Wind (1960)
Cliff fromImmortal Ephemera on Researching The Adventures of Mark Twain 
KC from Classic Movies on Nothing Sacred (1937)
Le from Critica Retro compares March and Mason Who was the Best Norman Maine?
Rich from Wide Screen World: Fredric March on Broadway
Angela from The Hollywood Revue on Middle of the Night (1959)
Toby from Toob World on March in the Producer’s Showcase presentation of Dodsworth
Ivan from Thrilling Days of Yesteryear on So Ends Our Night (1941) and Tomorrow, the World!
Rachel from The Girl with the White Parasol on Death Takes a Holiday
R.C. from The Shades of Black and White on Death Takes a Holiday 

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Jill Blake

Jill Blake is the owner of the classic film website Sittin’ on a Backyard Fence. She is also a co-founder and editor of the film site The Black Maria and film editor at CC2K. In 2012, she was interviewed on-air by Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz. In 2013, she was a featured guest on the TCM podcast. In her spare time Jill is a stay-at-home mom, wife, fried okra connoisseur, and the neighborhood’s own L.B. Jeffries.



That’s quite alright! Everyone has a different take on the same film. Thanks so much for your contribution!


Hi Jill,

Just a note to say how much I’m enjoying the March in March blogathon! I ran out of time to offer my own contribution free-for-all this weekend — unexpected work and sick kids! — but I’m linking to the blogathon in my regular weekend roundup, which I hope to finish before I have to get to bed tonight. :) Thanks for providing the setting for so much interesting reading on a great actor.

Best wishes,


Congratulations for the lovely blogathon. I´ve learned a lot about March and I deeply thank you for letting me participate. It was a lot of fun to write my review.

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