Hey pallies, likes no excuse could possibly ever be accepted for our slippage in sharin' this very very important date in Dino-history on time with all youse Dino-addicted pallies, so we ain't goin' to make any 'cuses , just say we are so so sorry in bein' late in sharin' this Dino-date. Likes it was on the first of September in the year of our Dino 1949 that our most beloved man tied the knot the second time with his most beloved amore, Miss Jeanne Biegger, the former Orange Bowl Queen of Florida. Below is some choice Dino-patter shared previously here at ilovedinomartin in remembrance of this most most historic Dino-date.......
Hey pallies, likes on this day, September 1, 1949, the weddin' bells did chime for our most beloved Dino and his beauty queen Miss Jeanne Biegger. Dino and Miss Jeanne, wife numero duo, tied the knot at Herman Hover's pad.
As we devotedly remember this day of absolute bliss for our Dino, ilovedinomartin shares with you a post that Deanager Catie shared at her tumblr blog, "They always look better at night..," on this day of Dino-significance, last in 2012. Our Catie combines an outstandin' weddin' pix of the beau-ti-ful couple with some prose scribed by Mr. Jerry Lewis from his magnificant Dino-bio, "Dean and Me: A Love Story."
Just grooves to be likes readin' these kind of glorious Dino-details....and these reflections from Mr. Lewis notin' the extremely close relationship that our most beloved Dino had with his bestest of best pallie Jerry.
ilovedinomartin sez our thanks to Miss Catie for creatin' this Dino-memory on her tumblr account, sure to bring many of today's nouveau hipsters to the deep knowledge and total total adulation of our great man. Dino-rememberin', DMP btw pallies, if you clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram you will be taken to the Dean Martin Timeline...an essential pad for all those who are deeply devoted to our Dino!
You just got out of a marriage,” I said. “What the fuck are you rushing into another one for?”
He just stared at me, shocked that I had hit the issues on the button. I hurried to explain myself. “Forgive me, Paul.” I said. “Jeanne’s a great girl, and I think she would follow you to the ends of the earth. I know she would wait until you were ready. And there are four kids to think about.”
Dean thought for a moment. “Listen Jer,” he said. “You know me better than anyone, so what I say is between us. I do worry about my kids. But this feels so right. So strong.”
I nodded, finally understanding that he was really in love, and probably for the first time. “It’s your life, pal,” I told him. “And you have to do what’s best for you. You’ve always taken care of your kids; now it’s your turn to take care of yourself. Everything’ll fall into place.”
He threw his arms around me in a bear hug and whispered into my ear: “Thanks, Jer.”
As it turned out, Jeanne was the best thing that ever happened to Dean.
Jerry Lewis to Dean Martin on the day of his wedding to second wife Jeanne Biegger, September 1, 1949.