Hey pallies, likes we finally returnin' once 'gain earnestly eager to share some more powerful patter from the pen of Mr. John McElwee over at his self tagged blog "John McElwee's GREENBRIAR Picture Shows." Likes today we have 'nother look at 'nother of the Martin and Lewis classic flicks from the venerable view of Mr. McElwee. This time 'round John truly truly shows off his keen knowledge of Dino-flicks with his post "Wallis Fiddles While 3-D Burns."
Likes, while this post doesn't have much to say directly 'bout our most beloved Dino or Dino's most beloved partner, Mr. Jerry Lewis, McElwee's potent prose is chocked full of details 'bout the producin' of "Money From Home" the only Martin and Lewis epic to be filmed in 3-D and the first to be featured in Technicolor. For those of us Dino-holics who can never ever get 'nough details of our Dino and his work, John's remarkable reflections are a fantastic feast to be energetically enjoyed.
John shares incredible insights to all the behind the scenes activity of producer Hal Wallis had on this
1953 cool caper that didn't reach wide release until 1954. Read John's wise words to find out why.
Once 'gain, Mr. John McElwee has crafted a well written and researched post that we for one have gleaned quite a number of Dino-details from.
We shouts out our heart-felt hurrah! to Mr. John McElwee for helpin' all of us grow in learnin' more and more of the Dino-story. To checks this out in it's original source, per usual, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-message. Dino-studyin', DMP