Hey pallies, today's Dino-adventure likes takes us to 'nother blog featurin' one of our Dino's screen performances. From the blog "Worlds Cinema" comes this feature on one of our beloved Dino's amazin' dramatic performances, "Toys In The Attic."
The description is brief, but likes I totally loves the stills that have been shared here, of course, 'specially those of our Dino. If you clicks on the tagg of this Dino-post you will find yourself at the site, where if you desire you will find the abiltiy to down-load this Dino-flick.
This is one Dino film that I have yet to see...likes so yearnin' to get my hands on a copy of the DVD, which is not available in a sorta "print on demand" way.
Thanks to the pallies at Worlds Cinema for liftin' up the name of our Dino in this way and spreadin' the Dino-message 'bout this lesser known of Dino-treasures. Dino-devotedly, DMP
George Roy Hill - Toys in the Attic (1963)
Julian Berniers (Dean Martin ) return from Illinois with his young bride Lily (Yvette Mimieux) to the family in New Orleans. Sisters Carrie (Geraldine Page) and Anne (Wendy Hiller) welcome the couple, who arrive with expensive gifts for the spinsters. The sisters hope brother Julian will help with much needed expenses, and he tells them his profitable factory went out of business but that he managed to save some money.
When shiftless ne'er-do-well Julian Berniers returns with his child-like wife, Lily, to his shabby New Orleans home, he is greeted by his adoring spinster sisters, Carrie and Anna. He confesses that he has lost his shoe factory in Chicago but insists that he is, nevertheless, rich; and he showers them with expensive gifts, including two tickets to Europe.