Friday, April 20, 2018
Hey pallies, likes we're back with more incredible international style, awesome adulation of our delightful Dino international. From our pallies down under at the online presence of "The Sydney Morning Herald" comes news that our most beloved Dino as swingin' spyster Matt Helm in "Murder's Row" will be shown on the Fox Classic (pay-TV) at 8:35 p.m. (Aussie time, of course) on Tuesday, April 24.
Likes when we first read this through the cool courtesy of our pallies at google 'lerts we thought that we woulda be too late in gettin' this Dino-reported to all our down under pallies, but then as we read more closely we see that this noteworthy news was posted on April 16 so that there was plenty of time to get it shared here at ilovedinomartin. While, of course, we simply must disagree with SM who wrote this post when they sez, "Murderer's is beyond trivial, but sometimes fun," we, of course, awesomely agree with their wise words that "Dean Martin is effortlessly charming."
So, to all our Aussie Dino-holics we sez make note of this Dino-date: April 24 and this Dino-time: 8:35 p.m. if youse has access to Fox Classics. We say Salute! to the pallies at "The Sydney Morning Herald" and at Fox Classics for bringin' what we believes is the bestest of the bestest Matt Helmers to viewers in Aussieland! To checks this out in it's original source, per usual, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-report.
Yours In Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
btw pallies, a wee bit of Dino-footage showin' him as "effortlessly charming."
What's on TV: Tuesday, April 24
Murderer's Row (1966)
Fox Classics (pay-TV), 8.35pm
In the mid-1960s, with the James Bond film franchise in full flight, producers around the globe battled to find the best way to cash in on the secret-agent boom. In England, Ralph Thomas tried with Dirk Bogarde in Hot Enough for June (1964). In America, James Coburn famously played Derek Flint in Our Man Flint (1966) and In Like Flint (1967). Dean Martin also picked up a gun and seduced the ladies in four Matt Helm films (1966-68). In the first, The Silencers (Fox Classics, today, midday), Matt thwarts the sinister Big-O organisation and flirts with Gail and Tina, played by major screen sirens Stella Stevens and Daliah Lavi. The film – a not-at-all meaningful spy spoof – was a hit and Murderer's Row followed months later. Evil Big-O is back and Matt again flirts with the leading ladies, this time played by Ann Margaret and Carmilla Sparv. Murderer's is beyond trivial, but sometimes fun, and Dean Martin is effortlessly charming. SM
Posted by dino martin peters at 7:30 AM