Friday, September 28, 2018
On This Day In Dino-history: September 28, 1949
Hey pallies, likes only 'cause our great pallies at the blog search engine "Twingly" got our attentionado are we able to offer you yet 'nother important date in all of Dino-history! Likes as we were diggin' through Dino-related posts shared by "Twingly" we were lovin'ly led to the fun fun blog "Dr. Caligari's Cabinet," from which we have shared Dino-devotion before, where blogger Kevin shared the followin' Dino-historical note.
Likes it was on this day, September 28, 1949 that our most beloved Dino and his post beloved partner, Mr. Jerry Lewis, have this first big screen flick, "My Friend Irma," premier in New York City. A very important day for Dino-sure, 'cause it was on this very day 67 years 'go that our amazin' Dino first was seen on the silver screen, and as they say, the rest is Dino-history. As youse Dino-holics know Martin and Lewis went on to make 15 more movies in there cool career together.
We are awesomely appreciative of Kev's efforts to get this delightful day in Dino-history shared and thus remembered and revered by Dino-devotees all over the globe. It is also very very cool that Kev has also posted the youtube vid of the entire flick for all our Dino-viewin' pleasure. To checks this out in it's original source, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-message.
Yours in Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
September 28, 1949 -
The first of the 12 films Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis made, My Friend Irma, premiered in New York City on this date.
Based on the popular radio program, Marie Wilson (Irma), Hans Conried (Prof. Kropotkin), and Gloria Gordon (Mrs. O'Reilly) reprise their radio roles. Conried replaced Felix Bressart, who was cast in the film but died during production.
Posted by dino martin peters at 7:07 AM
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