Friday, August 03, 2012

Vincente Minnelli instructs his star, Dean Martin, to behave himself (1959)

Hey pallies, likes I loves! loves! loves! viewin' Dino-shots that likes I have never ever seen before, and likes today's Dino-gram comin' your way is a Dino-pose that I can ever remember seein' before, but likes when you have viewed thousands of Dino-pixs it is possible that I may have forgotten a few that I have seen before.

Anyhow, from the blog that musta be in the runnin' for longest and most interestin' tags, "If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger, There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats..
An Ongoing Series of Cultural and Personal Observations" comes this delightful pix of our Dino on the set of the big screen musical, "Bells Are Ringing," havin' some fun with director Vincente Minnelli...likes can see our ever playful Dino sayin' to Minnelli, "Tennis anyone?"

We thanks a pallie tagged Tom Stupen sharin' this Dino-candid under the tag "Adventures in American Filmmaking" with this one in particular bein' #150...makes me wonder if our most beloved Dino is featured in more of those pixs. Keeps lovin' our Dino! Dino-viewin', DMP

Adventures in American Filmmaking #150

Today's Adventure: On the set of Bells Are Ringing, Vincente Minnelli instructs his star, Dean Martin, to behave himself (1959)

This entry was posted by Tom Sutpen for the series: Adventures in American Filmmaking


Embrack said...

Good to be one of the disciples of Dino. He even makes a brief appearance in one of my novels. To the King of Cool.

dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie, likes "To the King of Cool" INDEED! Keeps lovin' our Dino!