Hey pallies, likes today we return with our eighth and final Dino-pose taken from the noteworthy news blog "THE PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY," and their fine feature "GALLERY: Look back at The 500 Club in the Atlantic City." Likes this particular pix is in color while the rest of the Dino-poses have been in black and white. And, likes this Dino-image is a cool collage rather then a snapshot.
As youse sees, this collage is based on that famous Rat Pack pose when our Dino and pallies Mr. Frank Sinatra and Mr. Sammy Davis, Jr. played New York's Carnegie Hall on January 27, 1961.
But, likes youse will note pallies that there is a fourth person in this Dino-art, and that pallie is none other then Mr. Paul "Skinny" D'Amato who owned the 500 Club in Atlantic City.
One last time, we shouts out our appreciato to the pallies at 'THE PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY" and Miss Paulajane D'Amato who shared all the pictures for this special feature. To checks this out in it's original source, likes simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram.
Yours In Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
GALLERY: Look back at The 500 Club in the Atlantic City
A look back photo gallery of the 500 Club, which was located off Missouri Avenue, in Atlantic City, and was the venue for some of the most popular performers of the 1950's and 1960's including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis and Patti Page.
‘When (Charlie Dillon) sang, he tried to imitate the way Dean Martin sang. He had a good voice,’ says friend Harry F. McGarrigel III. Martin, left, and the Rat Pack entertained in the1950s and ‘60s at the 500 Club.