For likes just 'bout a year and a half now, Scotty-o has been searchin' the ol' world wide web....here, there, everywhere...for the coolest of cool Dino-poses to share with his remarkable readership there as well as with pallies gathered 'round the ol' ilovedinomartin waterin' hole. Scotty's excellent efforts just gets better and better and better, and we always wait with baited breath for each and every new installment of Scotty's Sharin' at our humble little Dino-blog.
Scotty's latest effort is a quintet of cool candids of our one and only Dino makin' the scene with his lovely leadin' lady Miss Sharon Tate in Helmer numero quartre "The Wrecking Crew" 'long with the Miss Mia Farrow, who was in the process of bein' divorced from our Dino's pallie of pallies, Mr. Frank Sinatra.
Likes, while we have seen and shared potent portrait numero three before, we can't ever remember indulgin' in the powerful pleasure of viewin' the other four before. We are likes totally totally thrilled to see 'em together....our Dino and these two up and comin' youthful actresses enjoyin' the plentiful pleasures of each other's company. We find these powerful poses extremely evocative and just knows this threesome were havin' the most swingin' time together as they were captured on camera on the set of "The Wrecking Crew."
It is simply a the most perfect of perfect post to gets the Dino-action off to a supremely swank start in this new year of our Dino 2016. We shouts out our awesome appreciato to our own Dino-holic Scotty-o for helpin' us to gets this smartly swingin' start!!!!! To checks this out at Scotty's home pad, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram. Dino-always, ever, and only, DMP
Mia Farrow, Dean Martin and Sharon Tate on the set of the Movie 'The Wrecking Crew' 1968
Photographed on location in Joshua Tree, California, 1968.
The Wrecking Crew, released in December, 1968 and starring Dean Martin, Elke Sommer, Nancy Kwan, Tina Louise and Sharon Tate, is the fourth and final film in a series of American comedy-spy-fi theatrical releases featuring Martin as secret agent Matt Helm.
As with the previous three Helm spy movies (The Silencers, Murderers' Row, and The Ambushers), it is based only loosely upon Donald Hamilton's 1960 novel of the same title and takes great liberties with the plot and characters, being developed as a spoof of the James Bond films. The Wrecking Crew was the second Helm novel published and the earliest of the books to be adapted.
Chuck Norris makes his film debut in a small role.
This was the last film of Tate's to be released before her murder at the hands of Charles Manson's followers on August 9, 1969.
The film ends with the announcement of a fifth Matt Helm film, The Ravagers (which would have been based upon Hamilton's 1964 novel of the same title). However, Dean Martin declined to return for another film in the face of a declining box office. When Martin refused to make The Ravagers, Columbia held up Martin's share of the profits on Murderers' Row. The project was then cancelled.