Thursday, July 19, 2018
Hey pallies, likes of course we awesomely absolutely amores every every everythin' that our Dino did on the big screen, but bein' merely mortal, we gotta 'fess up that we do have our fav of fav Dino-moments and one of those marevlous most memorable moments for us is when our Dino crooned the
"Lucky Song" in the 1955 Martin & Lewis epic "Artists and Models." Today we are perfectly pleased to lift up both that fabulous film and that sweetest of sweet song in a brief review scribed by Mr. Scott Marks on the web site for the SAN DIEGO Reader. If you put Mr. Mark's name into the ilovedinomartin search pad you will find a number of reverent reviews by Marks of other Dino-flicks and such.
Scott's post, "Comic book artists in cinema" includes looks at "three satires about comic book artists," and, of course Marks begins with the best, "Artists and Models." We loves how Scott tags this bestest of the best Martin and Lewis comic caper a "sparkling cinematoon." which "stars Dean Martin as a starving artist who finds his inspiration in a cretinous roommate and pally (Jerry Who Else?)" Of, course we are most perfectly pleased that Mark particularly lifts up the "Lucky Song" one of the most joyful Dino-croons ever."
Someday we hopes that we will find a fuller review of our fav Dino and Jerry epic by Mr. Scott Marks, but we are terrifically touched to have found his wonderfully wise words below and we supremely salute him for this! To checks this out in it's original source and to read it in total, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram. And, pallies, likes we couldn't resist postin' the youtube vid of the "Lucky Song" which always brings such Dino-happiness to us and we know it will to all Dino-holics readin' this Dino-message.
Yours in Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
Posted by dino martin peters at 8:26 AM