Hey pallies, likes today's Dino-devotion comes a tad late for this Easter, and way way early for next, so we have to share it with all you Dino-holics right right now....and hopefully we may remember it to re-run it when Easter rolls 'round in 2015! From the Brit blog Mail Online's gentler sex column "femail" comes a fabulous feature, "My Bonnet's Bigger Than Yours! From Dean Martin To Judy Garland, Vintage Photographs Reveal The Pomp And Circumstance Of New York's Easter Parade."
And, likes as the tag remarkably reveals, the post includes the most incredibly iconic image of our most most beloved Dino and his partner Mr. Jerry Lewis strollin' the streets of New York's Fifth Avenue durin' the 1948 Easter Parade. Don't our Dino and Mr. Lewis looks so so stunnin'ly and swankly stylish in their finest of fine formal attire....and likes the posed pose reminds us just how youthful our Dino and Jerry were of age at this time in their lives.
Likes dudes, likes you can see why we needed to share this poshes of posh pix with all you devoted Dino-philes, and likes it is a pix that we here at ilovedinomartin never ever remember seein' before. We express our thoughtful thanks to the pallies at "Mail Online - femail" for sharin' this delightful pose with the larger Dino-world. To checks this out in it's original format, and to view all the Easter Parade photos, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-report. Dino-always, ever, and only, DMP
My bonnet's bigger than yours! From Dean Martin to Judy Garland, vintage photographs reveal the pomp and circumstance of New York's Easter Parade
A new collection of vintage photographs reveal the pomp and circumstance of New York's Easter Parade decades ago, with hundreds and thousands of spectators - including the rich and famous - using it as occasion to model the latest fashions.
In one black-and-white image, dated 1948, screen stars Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis are seen strolling along in top hats, cravats and striped blazers with canes to hand.
Swagger: Dean Martin (left) and Jerry Lewis attracted much attention in the Easter parade on Fifth Avenue when they appeared in 'new' Easter outfits that hark back to the old days in 1948.