Saturday, July 23, 2011

to pay respects to Dean Martin

Hey pallies, one of the greatest ways of showin' deep, pure, and true Dino-devotion is to make pilgrimage to our most beloved Dino's place of final rest at Westwood Memorial Park in Hollywood, and that's what Dino-holic Din Merican, he loves our Dino so very very much that he taggs himself "dinobeano," hopes to do as part of his trip to the USA.

His self-tagged blog, "Din Merican: the Malaysian DJ Blogger" gives news of his desire to homage our Dino and other favorite entertainers by makin' the journey to
Westward Memorial Park. Indeed this is a truly outstandin' way of expressin' one's true Dino-passion.

Mr. Merican has posted a vid compilation of two short special television essays homagin' our most beloved Dino on his passin'..includin' one created by Entertainment Tonight. I highly recommend you takin' the 5 or so minutes it takes to view 'cause both short segments are so so Dino-honorin'. And, less worthy of our Dino-attention are several vid clips created by folks who have visited Westwood Memorial Park.

Truly, truly one of my most hoped for Dino-desires is to one day pilgrimage to pay my respects at our great man's place of rest. ilovedinomartin sez our thanks to Mr. Din Merican for sharin' his plans with all his readers and 'specially for postin' the outstandin' vid clip rememberin' the passin' of our beloved Dino. To view this in it's original format, likes clicks on the tag of this Dino-message. Dino-homagin', DMP

To Westwood Memorial Park, Hollywood

Los Angeles, California

July 20, 2011

Planned Visit to Westwood Memorial Park–Time Permitting

Dr. Kamsiah and I plan time permitting and with the help of our buddy Ibrahim Karim (aka Semper Fi) to visit the Westwood Memorial Park, Hollywood to pay respects to some of our favorite actors and entertainers. They include Mel Tome, Dean Martin, Marilyn Monroe, and Peggy Lee. Right now, we are at Anaheim, outside Los Angeles, which hosts Disneyland. –Din Merican


Always On Watch said...

Mr. AOW hails from Southern California. On one of our visits to family there, in 2000, we made the pilgrimage to our Dino's grave.

A bittersweet pilgrimage, I can tell you.

Our Dino's son is buried nearly right across the street in the military cemetery.

Always On Watch said...

That tribute video is excellent!

dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie, Miss AOW, likes "A bittersweet pilgrimage, I can tell you." sez it all...and indeed that trib vid is totally totally stellar in Dino-presentation! Keeps lovin' our Dino!