Today we are totally totally thrilled to be able to share incredible information on the famous photo of our Dino, sittin' on a sofa, omnipresent cigarette in mouth, hands raised in the air with food and drink sittin' on a coffee table before him. From the online presence of our pallies at "Vanity Fair" comes the post "Hollywood's Golden Age: Rare Sid Avery Photos Capture the Candid Side of Movie Stars" scribed by Yohana Desta" featurin' Mr. Sid Avery's coolest of cool candid of our Dino.
This particular prose actually features three other major entertainers poses as well....Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, and Joanne Woodward, but we have chosen, for obvious reasons, to include the Dino-centric part of this post. Besides the famous candid of our Dino described above, the post shares "exclusive photo strips of some of Avery's famous images, showing Dean Martin. They picture the candid moments before and after he manages to snap now-classic photos: Martin raising his hands in the air, never-before-seen moments that really capture the magic of old Hollywood."
We coulda spend hours and hours pourin' over these moments of Dino-glory and are thrilled to be sharin' 'em with all youse Dino-holics. We are positively psyched to be seein' these Dino-shots for the very first time and we bets all of youse are as well! We thanks the pallies at "Vanity Fair" and in particular Yohana Desta" for gettin' these swank shots of our most beloved Dino into print after all these years. To checks this out in it's original format, and to view the poses of the other stars, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram.
Yours in Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
Hollywood's Golden Age: Rare Sid Avery Photos Capture the Candid Side of Movie Stars
Check out these exclusive images of Dean Martin.
by YOHANA DESTA OCTOBER 19, 2016 8:05 AM
Before the days of omnipresent paparazzi and constantly updated social media accounts, audiences relied on professional photographers to serve as a window into a performer's personal life. One of the photographers who parted those gilded curtains was Sid Avery. He photographed just about every industry icon of note, including Marilyn Monroe, Marlon Brando, James Dean, and more over the course of his career. He was known especially for capturing stars in a relaxed, off-duty state.
“The one thing that Sid Avery had with all of his subjects is that he just let them be,” Morrison Hotel Gallery director Aaron Zych tells Vanity Fair. “He was a fly on the wall in those respects.”
From Oct. 21 to Nov. 6, the New York-based gallery will host an exhibit of Avery's work. There are photographs of Elizabeth Taylor sunning herself on a movie set; Audrey Hepburn riding a bike through the Paramount lot; Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall relaxing with their son Stephen at home. “You really are getting that iconic time period of Hollywood,” Zych says.
Below are exclusive photo strips of some of Avery's famous images, showing Dean Martin. They picture the candid moments before and after he manages to snap now-classic photos: Martin raising his hands in the air, never-before-seen moments that really capture the magic of old Hollywood.