Thursday, December 29, 2016

.....there's no question that Dean Martin earned his nickname The King of Cool.

Hey pallies, 'though the days of Dino-winter season are wanin', reverent reflective remembrances of our most beloved Dino are not....and never ever will be!  There are always always a vast array of Dino-devotional posts as pallies from 'round the globe honor our Dino each and every December 25 as they pay their respects to our King of Cool on his day of departure in 1995.

Today we are proudly privileged to share the Brit blog "Mirror" reflective remarks scribed by Mr. Alistair McGeorge on a number of famous folks who had died on December 25th over the years.  The post is tagged "Stars who died on Christmas Day" and includes a potent pose of our one and only Dino with wonderfully wise words 'bout our main man and the marvelous mark he has made on the lives of us all.

We are always perfectly pleased to share incredibly intense international devotion to our Dino, and the anniversary of his passin' from our presence is the perfect time to do so.  We sez our thanks to Mr. Alistair McGeorge and all the pallies at the "Mirror" for respectfully rememberin' our most most beloved Dino in this way and drawin' many more into the Dino-fold.  To checks this out in it's original source, likes simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram.

We remain,

Yours in Dino,

Dino Martin Peters

Stars who died on Christmas Day

BY

Dean Martin (1917-1995)

One of the most popular US stars across stage and screen, there's no question that Dean Martin earned his nickname The King of Cool.


Dean Martin

Effortlessly charismatic, the Rat Pack member - alongside Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop - also formed an iconic comedy duo with funny man Jerry Lewis.
With dozens of hit singles - That's Amore, Ain't That a Kick in the Head and many more - and his own TV roles with programmes such as the Dean Martin Celebrity Roast, the star was mourned when he died from acute respiratory failure on Christmas Day in 1995.

5 comments:

Eds Epistle said...

As time passes, the harder it becomes to accept it...

blueiscoool said...

Of all the days to pass, Dino left this world on Christmas.This is one of the most important days of the year, and of course it means a bit more then presents although there is nothing wrong with that. lol. There is a lot to be said of course and I won't bore anyone with it. This is just one more reason why this day is so special. Thank you DMP for this reminder.

Have a great weekend.

Scott

Always On Watch said...

Ed,
You're right.

Mabel Ƥιηєѕ said...

It's weird I'm here in May but whatever.
I came across this while looking up old articles here and I find it so sad that Martin left the world on Christmas Day.
It's such an irony that both Michael and Martin, who were famous for Christmas songs, had to depart the world on Christmas Day.
Why Christmas Day why?

dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie, likes Miss "Mabel' we are delighted that you are readin' through past Dino-grams to help you grow deeper in Dino. Our Dino was always a man of mystery and indeed, it is a mystery why our most beloved Dino passed on December 25. Keeps lovin' our most beloved Dino!