Hey pallies, likes 'nother day of Dino-amore-month, 'nother op to share some deep, pure, and true Dino-devotion. In doin' some blog searchin' for cool Dino-stuff to share with youse pallies, likes I can 'cross 'nother new-to-ilovedinomartin blog presence tagged "Vintage Everyday" where the pallies there have share a cache of "Rare Photos Of The Rat Pack."
Likes I knows that many many of these poses have been previously featured here at ilovedinomartin, likes just couldn't resist this Dino-op to share 'em 'gain, and likes there may be one or two not shared before. Anywho there are likes two dozen plus Rat Pack photos shown at the blog (just clicks on tag of this post to goes directly there), and ilovedinomartin has chosen to only accent those that are Dino-focused...some solo Dino...some with some of the pack.
Likes loves 'em all 10-count 'em-10....likes gotta 'fess up that I have never seen a Dino-image that I don't truly digs ('cept perhaps for those snapped very late in our Dino-s life)...but do gotta sez that there are some that are likes totally my favs. Loves the shot of our Dino on the walk way, talkin' to Frank and Sammy durin' the filmin' of "Sergeants 3," on what musta be a TV set in black outline, and our great man gettin' himself massaged. Wonderin' which of 'em are your Dino-favs?
There are just so so many ways of showin' amore to our Dino and certainly the great photographers of our great man had one of the greatest op of showin' their love to our most beloved Dino! Thanks to the pallies at "Vintage Everyday" for sharin' this rare rare Dino-poses with their readers givin' ilovedinomartin the op to mass 'em on to all the Dino-addicts gathered here. Keeps lovin' our Dino pallies, and likes shares some Dino-devotion with someone you love. Dino-philed, DMP
Rare Photos of The Rat Pack
The Rat Pack was a group of actors originally centered on Humphrey Bogart. In the mid-1960s it was the name used by the press and the general public to refer to a later variation of the group, after Bogart's death, that called itself "the summit" or "the clan," featuring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford, and finally, Joey Bishop, who appeared together on stage and in films in the early-1960s, including the movie Ocean's 11. Sinatra, Martin and Davis were regarded as the group's lead members.