has also just snagged some more powerful poses of our Dino to share with his respective readership.
This time 'round as you will view for yourselves below are a quartet of primo poses of our most beloved Dino makin' the scene with his pallie of pallies Mr. Frank Sintra.
The year is 1970, and our Dino is in his mid fifties by this time and he couldn't be cooler. Ever the tan man, Dino, always wantin' to keep up with the times has grown his side burns longer and how dashin' 'n darin' he looks in his tux, with his ever present Kent cigarette in hand. Likes we ain't gots a clue with sorta function that our Dino and Mr. Sinatra are attendin', but likes you just know it hadda to be cooler then cool if our main man was present!
Scotty has also assembled a bit of patter 'bout the Rat Pack to accompany these irresistible images of our Dino. As usual, we sez our thank you very much pallie to our Scotty-o for workin' overtime to share his pure passion for our Dino with all the pallies at gather at his waterin' hole. Scotty is turnin' into likes a totally totally sold out to our Dino sorta dude, and we couldn't be more pleased! To checks this out in it's original source, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram. Always Dino-awed, Always, DMP
Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra 1970
The Rat Pack was a group of actors originally centered on their leader, Humphrey Bogart. In the mid-1960s it was the name used by the press and the general public to refer to a later variation of the group, after Bogart's death in 1957, that called itself "the Summit" or "the Clan," featuring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop; they appeared together on stage and in films in the early 1960s, including the movies Ocean's 11, Sergeants 3, and Robin and the 7 Hoods (in the last film, Bing Crosby replaced Lawford). Sinatra, Martin, and Davis were regarded as the group's lead members.