Hey pallies, likes I can't believe it pallies, likes one of the Dino-flicks that all us Dino-devotees have been faithfully waitin' to gets on DVD is comin' 'vailable. Likes I was just just doin' a bit of google Dino-surfin' for any and all interestin' Dino-news, and likes I went to a pad that said that "Ada" was goin' to be available sometime likes this Fall on DVD-R.
So, likes I went on over to Amazon and plugged Dean Martin Ada into the search engine and likes pay dirt pallies...."Ada" is now available for our very Dino-ownin' dudes! Interestin'ly 'nough the actual release date is October 30, but the pallies at Amazon know sez they have it for sale. Now, likes how outstandin' is that. First it was "Something Big" that got released a week ago, then it was news of "Mr. Ricco" and "Texas Across The River" comin' available...and likes now "Ada"! I can hardly believe it is true. Likes certainly more Dino-proof that the Dino-revolution is in full full Dino-tilt!
To checks this out at Amazon, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-message. And, likes btw pallies, just found an official Warner's Bros. clip on youtube and a synopsis of "Ada" to whet our Dino-appetite. Dino-delightedly, DMP
Dean Martin, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Ralph Meeker, Martin Balsam Susan Hayward (Actor), Daniel Mann (Director) | Format: DVD
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Susan Hayward and Dean Martin throw a wrench into Wilfred Hyde-White's political machine in this Depression-era tale of corruption and power. Plucked out of obscurity by crooked party boss Sylvester Marin (Hyde-White), good ol' country boy Bo Gillis (Martin) is elected governor based solely on smear tactics. Married to Ada (Hayward), an ambitious call girl he met during the campaign, Bo soon discovers he's only a puppet with Marin pulling the stings. So when Ada convinces her husband to stand up and fight back, it leads to car bombings and blackmail as Marin battles the Gillis' for control of the state. Based on Wirt Williams' Pulitzer Prize-nominated novel, Ada was partially inspired by Jimmie Davis, the singing governor of Louisiana, whose campaign song "You Are My Sunshine" is echoed by "May the Lord Bless You Real Good," a tune written especially for the film and performed by Martin.