Monday, November 16, 2015

Scotty's Sharin': Dino and Company at The Premier of the Movie 'My Fair Lady' 1964

Hey pallies, likes when we ain't sure what our Dino woulda wants us to share next, likes 'longs comes some more of the coolest of cool Dino-devotion from our deeply-diggin'-Dino pallie Scotty over at his bountiful blog "BlueisKewl."   Recently our swank Scotty-o posted two new fab Dino-homages over at his potent pad and we are goin' to shares one this Dino-day and the other on Wednesday of this very Dino-week.  (Why not tomorrow youse ask....well tomorrow is a very very important day in the life and times of our Dino...stay tuned 'specially if you ain't sure why.)

Today we share a purely perfect pose of our most beloved Dino makin' the scene with wife Jeanne, Mr. Frank Sinatra, and Miss Natalie Wood at the 1964 premier of the big screen version of the Broadway smash musical "My Fair Lady."  Looks likes our Dino is havin' a great time with all the other of the rich and famous gathered for viewin' of this great flick.

We stand in awe of the stunnin' searchin' that our pallie Scotty does time and time 'gain for the sake of helpin' his remarkable readership grow deeper and deeper in their devotion to our main man.  And, likes today, most of the time Scotty-o posts Dino-treasure that is new  to ilovedinomartin.  We couldn't more more powerfully proud of our pallie Scotty and how he continues to grow leaps and bounds in his adulation of our King of Cool.  To checks this out in it's original source, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram.  Dino-always, ever, and only, DMP

Frank Sinatra, Natalie Wood, Jeanne Bigger and Dean Martin in the first photograph.

Frank Sinatra and Natalie Wood in the second photograph.

My Fair Lady is a 1964 American musical film adaptation of the Lerner and Loewe eponymous stage musical based on the 1938 film adaptation of the original 1913 stage play Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw. With a screenplay by Alan Jay Lerner and directed by George Cukor, the film depicts a poor Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle who overhears an arrogant phonetics professor, Henry Higgins, as he casually wagers that he could teach her to speak "proper" English, thereby making her presentable in the high society of Edwardian London.

The film won eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Director.


Danny G. said...

Man o man...what a time they musta had! What I wouldn't give to have been hangin' with THAT crowd on THAT night! O mama mia! Hahaha!!! Great pic Scotty my pal!

blueiscoool said...

Thank you DMP and Danny G. for your kind comments and continued support. With Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and countless celebrities here for the world premier of 'My Fair Lady' it was a night to remember.

Hav a great week my friends.


dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie, likes Scotty, dude as always it is youse that we thanks for your deeper and deeper devotion to our one and only Dino. Can't wait for your next Dino-efforts at "BlueisKewl." Keeps lovin', keeps sharin' our most beloved Dino!