Sister Celluloid

Where old movies go to live

Win DODSWORTH in the First Sister Celluloid Contest!

Sister Celluloid is now just about six months old (websites grow up so fast—sniff!), and I’ve made so many new friends and met wonderful kindred spirits, I honestly can’t tell you how thankful I am. As a token of appreciation, I’ll be running contests with prizes including DVDs, CDs, vintage jewelry and other fabulous stuff. And it all starts… now!

Welcome to the First Sister Celluloid giveaway!

This time around, the prize is a new, sealed DVD of William Wyler’s Dodsworth, starring Walter Huston, Mary Astor and Ruth Chatterton. If I could, I’d send you the actual Walter Huston. (Oh who am I kidding, I’d keep him locked in my apartment.)

dodsworth

To enter, just do two simple things: After scrolling through the website, 1) comment on any post, and 2) share any post on Twitter and/or Facebook. That’s it. On November 15, I’ll jot down the names of everyone who did, put the slips of paper in a vintage hat, and pick one.

I’ll then announce and contact the winner, who can send their name and address to me at sistercelluloidwebsite@gmail.com. (And anyone else who wants to drop a line, please do!)

Good luck, and thank you so much for stopping by!

4 Comments

  1. Imma gonna comment right here! And I’m gonna share this little giveaway – hereby ruining my chances! 🙂 Keep up the good work, lovely!

  2. I’ve always liked DODSWORTH. Such a smart movie and Walter Huston, too.

  3. What a cool idea. More reasons to love your blog! Off to share on twitter! 🙂

  4. AND FACEBOOK! 🙂

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