Saturday, May 20, 2017
But Dean Martin never did anything like that. Dean make a move? Never, ever. He was the most wonderful man.”
Hey pallies, likes we are always always totally totally touchin'ly thrilled to find 'nother of our most beloved Dino's contemporaries liftin' up his name in the most lovin' of lovin' ways and sharin' their deepest of deep delight in havin' worked professionally with him. Likes today we proudly presents a potent portion of a recent incredible interview that scriber Mr. Michael Hodges of "RadioTimes" did with awesome actress Miss Goldie Hawn. The title of said prose is "Goldie Hawn on staying young at heart, sexism in Hollywood and working with Amy Schumer"
The primary reason for the interview was for Miss Hawn to promote her co-starrin' in Amy Schumer’s new film, "Snatched," which opened on the big screen on May 19. To read the prose in total and view a promo clip of the new flick, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram. What we are sharin' here today are a few paragraphs of Goldie's experiences with "sexism in Hollywood." And, as she worked with our Dino on his swank show, Miss Hawn's remarkable reflections speak of her awesome appreciation for sharin' the stage with our King of Cool.
As you will read for yourselves below, Miss Hawn has nothin' but perfect praise for our most beloved Dino.... “But Dean Martin never did anything like that. Dean make a move? Never, ever. He was the most wonderful man.” Truly, truly it warms the depths of our Dino-hearts to know in what high regard Miss Hawn continues to hold our one and only Dino. Hearin' Goldie's awesome appreciation brings the biggest of big Dino-buddha grins to our faces and makes us love our Dino more then ever!
We thanks the pallies at "RadioTimes" and in particular Mr. Michael Hodges for interviewin' Miss Goldie Hawn and bringin' her remembrances of workin' with Dino to our attention. We have included a couple of the coolest of cool clips of our Dino and Miss Hawn havin' fun on the Dino-show includin' the most famous of famous skit that accents "Dumb People. In viewin' these treasured moments from our Dino's show, we can see just how much fun these two had workin' together.
Yours in Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
Goldie Hawn on staying young at heart, sexism in Hollywood and working with Amy Schumer
Her nightclub gogo-dancing days are over, but the Oscar-winner and Snatched star hasn’t lost her shine
By Michael Hodges
Friday 19 May 2017
As a beautiful young actress in a business run by men, and cast alongside stars who were much older than her like Matthau or, in one sublime TV song-and-dance routine, Dean Martin, Hawn had to navigate her way through unwanted attention.
“Men are men,” she says. “It’s how we handle it. I wouldn’t want testosterone running through my veins, I really wouldn’t. Women are not built the way men are. Men are designed to spread their seed, that’s how they propagated the world. So forgiveness is important.”
Has Hawn had to forgive much? “When I was very young I had a couple of incidents,” she says. “Men can be kind of crazy and it also has to do with a lot of things about the woman. How does she handle herself? How does she carry herself? How does she deal with these situations? Because they come up all the time for women – whether they are movie stars or not.”
How did you react when it happened to you? “I would look the man in the eye and say, ‘Don’t ever do that again.’ I used my words. But I’m not talking about the really heavyweight stuff. If you start getting groped then absolutely you fight back. You do not allow that to happen. But Dean Martin never did anything like that. Dean make a move? Never, ever. He was the most wonderful man.”
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