Saturday Morning Memories: The Winners!

True Classics, one of the best sites on the Web for film lovers, has announced the winners of their 4th Anniversary blogging contest. This year’s prizes go to a trio of outstanding bloggers who wrote about The Pink Panther, a Sterling Holloway Disney Classic, and Looney Tunes. Happy Anniversary once again, True Classics, and we wish you many more years of fun and success!

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Before we reveal the trio of winners in our Saturday Morning Memories anniversary contest, we want to extend our thanks once more to all of our readers, but especially to the seven participants in this year’s event. We are so glad each of you took the time to write a piece for us–especially when the caliber of the contributions was so wonderful (and made it very difficult to choose the winners!).

[A quick technical note about the results: Brandie decided to abstain from voting this year, so the winners were chosen solely by Carrie, Nikki, and Sarah through separate, secret ballots.]

Third place, and the winner of a $10 gift card of her choice: Angela from The Hollywood Revue, with her intriguing piece on The Pink Panther cartoon series and its links to silent film appreciation!

“[I]t had never occurred to me that all those Pink Panther cartoons…

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Saturday Morning Memories: The Contributions

– The entries in this contest are fabulous. This is a nice post to check out if you’d like to see a lot of good blogging, all in one place. As I mentioned this morning at my other site, I’m shifting my Zero to Hero posting to Sourcerer beginning next week, so that The Writing Catalog can return to discussing and highlighting the best writing-focused content I can find on the internet. I’ll have a post or three over the weekend. Thanks to everyone who’s read, followed, and commented this week.

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Our fourth anniversary contest deadline has passed, and we’d like to thank the kind folks who contributed a post for this event, as well as those who passed the word along and sent their well-wishes to mark our “birthday.” The True Classics crew will be reviewing the entries over the next couple of days, and we’ll announce our three winners on Sunday.

Without further ado, here are all of the wonderful entries for the contest.

battle of the planets

At Wide Screen World, Rich (@ratzo318) puts a creative spin on the contest and checks in with little “Richie” to talk about Battle of the Planets!

scooby doo where are you title card

Margaret Perry (@MargaretPerryKH) revisits those meddling kids and their Mystery Machine with a look back at everyone’s favorite crime-solving Great Dane, Scooby Doo!

pink panther bully for pink

Angela (@MaterialGirl850) of The Hollywood Revue presents an interesting examination of how the Pink Panther cartoons helped develop…

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