Friday, January 27, 2012

Yul's Dino-pose

Hey pallies, likes many many famous entertainers are also great photographers. Today's Dino-devotion comes from the blog pad of the BBC News - Entertainment and Art, and features a stunnin' pix of our King of Cool shot by the King of Siam, Mr. Yul Brynner, whose most famous role was as the King in Rogers and Hammerstein's classic musical, "The King And I."

The liner notes, which unfortunately I was unable to copy, note that this amazin' pose of our Dino, behind the bar and on the telephone, was snapped at the home of none other then Mr. Frank Sinatra. The notes further elaborate that an exhibition of Mr. Brynner's photography is due to open in London's Little Black Gallery.

ilovedinomartin expresses our thanks to the pallies at the BBC News for puttin' this news on the web, 'specially this awesome Dino-pose! To view this in it's original format, likes clicks on the tag of this Dino-prose. Dino-diggin', DMP

In pictures: Yul Brynner's celebrity photographs


Always On Watch said...

Interesting. I had no idea that Yul Brynner was quite the photographer.

dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie, likes Miss AOW, me neither...but likes how cool that the two Kings were together in the same place at the same time and Yul shot our most beloved Dino! Keeps lovin' our Dino!