Hey pallies, likes any of you dudes ever come 'cross this "Am I Annoying" website before? The very idea that anyone anywhere coulda consider our beloved Dino as annoyin' is annoyin' the heck outta me. So, please likes do our Dino the good deed of clickin' on the tagg of this Dino-gram to goes to the Dino-page on this site to cast your vote that indeed our Dino is NOT annoyin'...and vote often. We need to gets our Dino outta the annoyin' category and likes fast.
Please ask all your pallies to do the same. If I coulda leave a comment there you know that I woulda burn up the page with my Dino-passion. The very idear that our Dino coulda be voted annoyin' is such a travesty of the Dino-truth! Dino-defensively, DMP
(June 7, 1917-December 25, 1995)
Birth name was Dino Paul Crocetti
Teamed up with Jerry Lewis to form Martin and Lewis
Member of the 'Rat Pack' with Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford & Joey Bishop
Recorded 'You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You,' 'Volare,' 'That's Amore,' 'Ain't That a Kick in the Head' and 'Everybody Loves Somebody'
Acted in 'Artists and Models (1955),' 'Some Came Running (1958),' 'Rio Bravo (1959),' 'Ocean's Eleven (1960),' 'Bells Are Ringing (1960),' 'Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964),' 'Kiss Me, Stupid (1964),' 'The Silencers (1966),' '5 Card Stud (1968),' 'Bandolero! (1968),' 'Airport (1970)' and 'Terror in the Aisles (1984)'
Hosted 'The Dean Martin Show' (1965-74)
Hosted 'Dean Martin Celebrity Roast' (1973-1984)
Why he might be annoying
At twenty-seven he had a nose job and later a face-lift.
He spoke only Italian until five.
Before becoming a star he was a card shark.
He boxed under the name 'Kid Crochet' and said, 'I won all but 11 of 12 fights.'
He chain smoked and drank.
He had a fear of elevators.
He divorced three times.
He starred not once but twice in the dreadful 'Cannonball Run' movies (1981 & 1984).
His smoking led to his death from emphysema.
Why he might not be annoying
He was a success in movies, TV, comedy and singing.
He said Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr., 'The satisfaction that I get out of working with these two bums is that we have more laughs than the audience has.'
He loved comic books, and read them his entire life.
His son, Dean Paul (Dino) Martin was killed in a plane crash (March 21, 1987).
He died alone on Christmas Day (December 25, 1995).
He has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; one for Motion Pictures and the other for Television.
Research: Tim Howard