Sunday, August 31, 2008

Dean Martin For Governor & Much More!

My pallie Dino Martin Peters had posted this video clip over at his wonderful Dino blog. I really like this clip, plus it's appropriate since we are in an election season, so I thought I would post it here on my blog as well.

Man, I would love to be electing Dino as governor of my state of North Carolina. I say after he's elected governor then let's send him on to the White House. That's the kind of real change we need in Washington. Those politicians there wouldn't know what to make of Dino. Dean Martin in 2008! Go Dino Go!

Saturday, August 30, 2008

What Did Dean Martin Do To This Hot Chick?


So what did Dino do to tick this chick off enough that she would like to kill him?

I don't know about you fellas, but I'd like to be the one to question her and find out. ;-)

Seriously though, this is from a scene in the Matt Helm spy flick The Silencers for those that don't know. That whole franchise featured so many beautiful women in both small and large roles. This particular babe, an agent of Big O, was using her sexy charm to seduce Matt Helm so she could terminate him. Luckily somebody arrives to help Dino's cool and swingin' spy out.

I hope you like this picture. Cheers!

Friday, August 29, 2008

Dean Martin Makes A Station Wagon Cool

Only Dean Martin could make a station wagon a cool car to have. I loved this 1966 Mercury station wagon, dubbed the "sex wagon," in the first of the Matt Helm spy flicks The Silencers. It has many amenities, including a bar and a bed. It's the perfect mode of transportation for a cool and randy spy like Dino's Matt Helm. I would love to have one of these myself.


Check out out this wonderful article about the car over at the Volo Auto Museum.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

A Sexy Joey Heatherton Performs On Dean Martin's Show

I absolutely love this clip. Joey Heatherton is such a sex kitten. This is a very steamy performance from her on The Dean Martin Variety Show. She really oozes sexiness. I bet a guy could definitely have some fun with her. ;-) I hope you enjoy this clip. Let me know what you think. Cheers!

Favorite Album Covers: Dean Martin - Pretty Baby

Since I first saw this album cover, it's been one of my favorite ones from Dean Martin. I love how this hot dame is checking Dino out. It's also cool to see his reaction to her. I recently got Pretty Baby. It's put on the same CD as This Time I'm Swingin'!. I love both of these so much. What do you think of this cover? I hope you dig it. Let me know your opinion.


Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Dean Martin's Golf Balls Commercial

I think it was the other day that I posted that picture of Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra in the golf cart. I came across this commercial that Dino did for his own golf balls. I thought it was really cool and funny in parts. Not sure if any of you have seen it or not, so I decided to post it here. I hope you enjoy it. Let me know what you think.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Sammy Davis Jr. Sings Shaft

This video clip was on my pallie Jeremy's Moon In The Gutter blog. Jeremy was posting some videos from the late Isaac Hayes. This clip is of Sammy Davis Jr.'s cover of the classic theme song from Shaft. I love both that film and the cool song by Isaac Hayes, who actually produces Sammy's version. This song was on Sammy's amazing Now album from the early 1970's. I just had to share it with all of you here at The Dino Lounge. I hope you like it. Let me know what you think. Cheers!

Dean Martin Ogles Tura Satana & Bettie Page

I came across this through Google. I thought you pallies would like it. Let me know what you think. Cheers!


Monday, August 25, 2008

It's Golf Time With Dean Martin & Frank Sinatra!

It's golf time! I came across this picture the other day. I definitely wanted to share it with my pallies here. I'm sure most of you know how much of a golf addict Dino was. He would even go to bed early so he could be up as soon as possible the next morning to hit the golf course. Dino and Frankie definitely look like they are having a great time on what looks to be a beautiful day. I would love to have played some holes of golf with these two. Heck, I would even have been their caddy!


Sunday, August 24, 2008

Jesse Jackson Took Sammy Davis Jr. For A Financial Ride


I try not to get political here. I will only post things that feature political figures if it has something to do with the Rat Pack. That's why I'm posting this. I just couldn't stay away from this story. All I've got to say is that Jesse Jackson should be ashamed of himself.

From Cinema Retro:
This won't come as a shock to anyone who has followed the career of Jesse Jackson, a man who has used his self-appointed status as a civil rights leader to create a financial cottage industry for himself and his sons. Jackson's tactics of threatening racially-driven protests against any corporation that doesn't "co-operate" with his shadowy Rainbow PUSH Coalition have been documented over the decades, but what not been put in the spotlight as frequently is his insistence upon benefiting even when doing a good deed for an African American icon. Take the case of Sammy Davis Jr. The beloved entertainer died penniless in 1989, having spent recklessly and lived a life style that was far beyond even his means. Still, Davis was an indisputed seminal figure in the Civil Rights movement, having been one of the first African Americans to gain wide acceptance with maintstream audiences. In doing so, he broke down barriers and helped advance racial equality. Thus, when, in 1985, Davis asked Jackson to deliver the eulogy for his good friend and conductor George Rhodes, the Rev was all too happy to comply - in return for a fee of $5,000, four first-class plane tickets and two suites at a Four Seasons Hotel. The fact that Davis was broke at the time didn't persuade the good "reverand" from sticking to his guns, so Davis had the tab financed on a colleague's credit card. The revelation is but one from author Matt Birkbeck's forthcoming book Deconstructing Sammy which delves into Davis' rags-to-riches-to-rags life and career.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Kate Moss Got Kissed By Frank Sinatra


I thought this was an interesting story when I came across it.

From the Telegraph in the UK:
The supermodel told Interview magazine the episode took place in 1995 when she was just 21, at the singer's 80th birthday party in Hollywood.

She was attending with her then boyfriend Johnny Depp, who is known for his fiery temperament, but Ol' Blue Eyes got the better of the actor and seized his chance.

She said: "There was still a twinkle in his blue eyes. Yeah, major.

"I was sitting down having a cigarette, and he spotted me and made a beeline to me. He got all of his security to close in so Johnny couldn't get to me.

"So we were encircled and he's like, "How are you doing, little lady?"

"And I said, "Happy birthday, Frank," and he just lunged for me. He kissed me on the lips, then gave me a filterless cigarette. I came off all lightheaded. He was fabulous."

I guess we can see that Frank still was quite the cad at age 80. That's Frank for ya. Good for him. I wouldn't mind to have kissed her myself. It's cool that this is a kiss that she remembers so fondly. Of course, I wouldn't want to be kissed by Sinatra myself. lol It would, however, be awesome to have been kissed by some legendary sexpot of the 60's, etc. that I've had a crush on for years. I wonder how many other young female stars that an elderly Sinatra planted a kiss on before he went to that big casino in the sky. It's nice to see that he stayed a randy fella all his life. Cheers!

Friday, August 22, 2008

Sharon Tate Is Ready For Some Action ;-)


This is one fella that would love to have this sexy creature come out of the bathroom as I was jumping into bed. There would definitely not be any sleeping going on for quite some time. I'm sure many of you would agree with me on that. ;-) Dean Martin was definitely one lucky devil to have some randy fun with Sharon Tate in The Wrecking Crew.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Favorite Album Covers: Swingin' With Dino

Here's another one of my favorite album covers from Dean Martin. The album is entitled Swingin' With Dino. I doubt that there's many chicks who wouldn't want Dino to gift them with a rose, while also serenading them with a romantic song. This is one of those covers that so represents to me what Dino's all about. I hope you like it. Let me know what you think.


Wednesday, August 20, 2008

What Does Dean Martin Dream About?


So what does Dino (here as Matt Helm) dream about? Check out this video to find out.

That doesn't surprise me one bit. I can't blame the man though. I love dreaming about hot babes myself.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Obama & McCain Both Dig Sinatra


It seems we've finally found something that both Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain agree on. Both men running for the opportunity to call the White House their pad for the next four years are fans of Frank Sinatra. I guess I at least now say they've got good taste in tunes if nothing else. :-)

From BBC News:
Frank Sinatra is the only artist to feature among the top 10 favourite songs of both US presidential candidates, it has been revealed.

Democrat Barack Obama included You'd Be So Easy To Love and John McCain I've Got You Under My Skin in the lists compiled by US magazine Blender.


Monday, August 18, 2008

Sharon Tate Tribute Video: I Really Miss Her

I missed posting this on August 9th. That was the date in 1969 that Sharon Tate was brutally murdered by the monstrous Manson Family. Sharon is one of my favorite female stars of the 1960's. She's also one of my favorite co-stars in a Dean Martin movie. She played alongside Dino in the last of the Matt Helm spy flicks The Wrecking Crew. I plan to actually write a review of that film sometime in the near future, along with reviews of the other three films in that franchise as well. I also plan to post some pictures of Sharon very soon as well. Today I wanted to post this tribute video that I had come across at some point in the past. It always brings tears to my eyes to think of the beautiful woman we lost almost forty years ago. She held so much promise in her life and career. She was gorgeous, but also had a great sense of humor. Today I raise a toast to Sharon Tate.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Dean Paul Martin & Ann-Margret: Come It From The Rain

This is a video clip of Dean Paul Martin singing on an Ann-Margret special. I'm not sure when this special aired. If anybody knows what special this was from and the date of it, then please let me know. Thanks. Here Dino's son is singing Come In From The Rain. He does a good job with it. I do wish he would have had more of a musical career than he did. I think he definitely inherited some talent from his dad. I would love to be getting some advice from Ann-Margret. I probably would have fainted when she touched my face. :-) I hope you enjoy this video. Let me know what you think. Cheers!

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Sammy Davis Jr. & Peter Lawford Are At It One More Time

Since I posted about Salt & Pepper the other day, I thought I would post a couple of videos from its sequel. One More Time hit theaters in 1970. It was directed by Jerry Lewis. While I liked Salt & Pepper better, I did enjoy this movie as well. I wish Sammy and Peter had done some more of these flicks. I'm posting the trailer for the film. I'm also posting a video clip of Sammy singing Where Do I Go From Here? in the movie. I loved that scene. I hope you enjoy these clips. If you haven't seen either of these flicks, I hope you'll get a chance to catch them real soon. Cheers!

Friday, August 15, 2008

Frank & Nancy Sinatra: Father & Daughter Together

I love this picture of Frank Sinatra and his daughter Nancy. I came across it the other day. I had to share it with my pallies here. I hope you like it too. Cheers!


Dino Hits Number One On This Day!!!

It was on this day in 1964 that Dean Martin's Everybody Loves Somebody knocked the Beatles' Hard Day's Night out of #1. It's so awesome that it took the King of Cool himself to knock the biggest band in the world out of the top spot. Here's a video clip of Dino and the Duke performing this tune on The Dean Martin Variety Show. This video always cracks me up. These two were always great together. I hope you enjoy it. Cheers!

Thursday, August 14, 2008

The Rat Pack: Robin and the 7 Hoods

This was sent to me by my pallie Terri a little while back. I want to share it with you guys here. I love Robin and the 7 Hoods. It's my second favorite of the Rat Pack flicks. I think the artist did an absolutely cool and fantastic job with it. It captures Dino, Frankie, and Sammy so well. I hope you like it too. Cheers!


Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Elvis Presley Did It His Way

I thought I would post this clip of Elvis singing My Way. I've recently been talking with several friends about his version of this song. I do really love his take on it. I hope you enjoy it. Let me know what you think.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Sammy Davis Jr. & Peter Lawford Are Salt & Pepper

I am a huge fan of the Sammy Davis Jr. and Peter Lawford flick Salt & Pepper. I had been wanting to see it for a long time. It had come highly recommended from my good pallie Dino Martin Peters. I'm so thrilled that I finally got a chance to get it from Netflix. I loved it and One More Time (the sequel directed by Jerry Lewis) so much that I bought both of them recently. I'm delighted to have them as part of my film collection now. For anyone who loves a good Rat Pack flick, it doesn't get much better that this. This is basically a swingin' spy caper that came out in 1968. I've always been a big fan of Sammy, but it took this film to help me realize how awesome Peter was as well. I hope you'll give it a shot if you haven't seen it. If you have seen it, what did you think of it? Here's a movie poster from the flick, plus a video clip of the trailer. Enjoy!


Monday, August 11, 2008

Rat Pack Mystery Novel To Hit Big Screen

I received an email from my pallie Paul at Bish's Beat. He recently posted this over at his blog. Bob Randisi asked him if he would ask me if I would share this with my blog readers. I'm more than happy to share this cool news with all my pallies here.
Friend and writer extrodinaire Robert Randisi has been have tremendous (and well deserved) success with his series of Rat Pack mysteries published by St. Martin’s Press.

Three are currently two published books (Everybody Kills Somebody Sometime, Luck Be A Lady Don’t Die), a third set for publication in December (Hey There – You With The Gun In Your Hand), and a fourth in the writing process (You’re Nobody Till Somebody Kills You).

The books feature Sand’s Casino pit Boss Eddie G. who finds himself rubbing dangerous shoulders with the Rat Pack in ‘60s Vegas. The books are a lot of fun and must reading for all cool cats with a love for the era.

I heard from Bob yesterday with some very good news. He has sold the film rights to his first Rat Pack Mystery (Everybody Kills Somebody Sometime) to to Sandy Hackett, the late Buddy Hackett's son.

Bob will be writing the screenplay and the plan is to begin filming in January 2010. Sandy Hackett will star as Sands Casino pit boss Eddie G., who in the story is asked by Frank Sinatra to help find out who is sending Dean Martin threatening notes, while they are filming Ocean's 11 in 1960 Las Vegas. All of the Rat Pack members appear in the book, as well as other historical characters like Sands boss Jack Entratter, George Raft and Angie Dickinson.

I’ll be first in line to buy a ticket!
I'm so there myself! I can't wait to see this hit the big screen. I've had these books highly recommended to me by several pallies. I definitely want to read any and all of them that are published. It's awesome that the first book is going to be made into a picture. It will be interesting to see who gets casted in the various roles. I wish Bob all the best luck in the world. Cheers!

My Favorite Dean Martin Co-Stars: Daliah Lavi

One of my favorite of Dean Martin's sexy female co-stars is Daliah Lavi. The Israeli actress and singer starred alongside Dino in The Silencers from 1966. I'm bewitched by her stunning and exotic beauty. Plus I could listen to her luscious accent for hours. These are some pictures from The Silencers. I plan to post other pictures of her in the future. I hope you like these. Let me know what you think. Cheers!





Sunday, August 10, 2008

Favorite Album Covers: Dean Martin - This Time I'm Swingin'!

This album cover features a really cool picture of Dean Martin. The King of Cool is definitely a hip and stylish fella. I'm sure that his pallies did have a swingin' time with him. Man, I can only imagine what it would have been like to hit the town with Dino. The ladies wanted him, while the gents wanted to be him. Dino should definitely be an inspiration for any dude wanting to live a cool, hip, and swingin' type of life. I know he is for me. I actually ordered me a copy of this album the other day. It's a CD that features the albums This Time I'm Swingin'! and Pretty Baby. That's another album cover that I really dig and will post about in the future. I can't wait to get this CD so I can hear both of these albums. I'm so excited. Cheers!


Dean Martin Checks Out Sharon Tate ;-)

I love this picture from The Wrecking Crew, the last of the Matt Helm spy flicks. That randy Dino is checking out sexy Sharon as she struts across the room. I wonder what's on his mind. ;-) I don't blame him. She's one hot babe. Hope you like it. Cheers!


Saturday, August 9, 2008

Jerry Lewis As James Bond?!?

Many of my friends online know that I'm a huge James Bond fan. How could I find a way to blog about James Bond on this blog? It seems like I've found a way to do just that. I was checking out Cinema Retro, one of my favorites websites online, a few days ago and came across the following clip. Have you ever imagined Jerry Lewis as 007? I doubt it. I know I haven't. Someone had created a video featuring clips from James Bond and Jerry Lewis movies mingled together. I thought this video was hilarious. I just had to share it with you guys. I hope you enjoy it. Watch out for Bond, Jerry Bond. Let me know what you think.

Friday, August 8, 2008

RC Cola Ads: Dino, Desi & Billy, Plus Nancy Sinatra

Here are a couple of commercials for RC Cola. The first one features Dino, Desi & Billy. The second is of Nancy Sinatra. I hope you enjoy them. Cheers!

Frank Sinatra: Voted Best Acting Performance Ever By A Musician

I do have to hand it to Frank Sinatra. He was excellent in From Here To Eternity. His outstanding performance won him the Best Supporting Actor Oscar that year. It helped launch his comeback. It seems that participants in a certain poll believe he gave the best acting performance ever by a musician.

From Entertainment and Showbiz:
Frank Sinatra’s acting in ‘From Here To Eternity’ has been named the ‘Best Ever Acting Performance By A Musician’.

The music legend’s turn in the 1953 movie was labelled the greatest ever acting role by a musician in a poll carried out for

Following Sinatra was Elvis Presley’s performance in ‘Jailhouse Rock,’ reports Contactmusic.

Eminem came third for performance in ‘8 Mile’ while Ice Cube’s ‘Boyz N The Hood’ stood fourth.

Rounding off the top five was Queen of Pop Madonna’s turn in ‘Desperately Seeking Susan’.

The top ten ‘Acting Performance By Musicians’ are:

1 From Here To Eternity - Frank Sinatra
2 Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley
3 8 Mile - Eminem
4 Boyz N The Hood - Ice Cube
5 Desperately Seeking Susan - Madonna
6 Dancer In the Dark - Bjork
7 Performance - Mick Jagger
8 The Man Who Fell To Earth - David Bowie
9 Purple Rain - Prince
10 Alpha Dog - Justin Timberlake (ANI)


Thursday, August 7, 2008

Dino, Desi, & Billy: Daddy-O Dean Martin Had To Be Proud

Dean Paul, the son of Dean Martin, formed a group in the 1960's with his friends Desi Arnaz, Jr. (the son of Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball) and Billy Hinsche (who would later go on to work with the Beach Boys). The name of the group was Dino, Desi & Billy. They became teen heartthrobs. The boys had several hit tunes, including I'm A Fool and Not The Lovin' Kind. I'm posting a couple of pictures of them. The first is them appearing on The Dean Martin Variety Show. The other one is of the boys signing some autographs for some lovely stewardesses.



Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Joi Lansing Sings The Silencer

Joi Lansing was a model and actress. Her credits include 1965's Marriage on the Rocks which starred Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. Here is a great video of Joi doing her own version of The Silencer. That was the theme song for The Silencers, the first of Dean Martin's Matt Helm spy flicks. Joi's an incredibly sexy babe. This is a fantastic video. I would love to have been the guy in this video. He's one lucky devil. I hope you enjoy it. Let me know what you think.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Favorite Album Covers: Nancy Sinatra's Greatest Hits

This might not be an album from one of the Rat Packers, but it fits in with the theme of this blog. First of all, it is from the daughter of Frank Sinatra. Second of all, Nancy has duets up here with her dad (Something Stupid) and Dean Martin (Things). I personally don't have this album, but I love this cover. It's a very sexy picture of Nancy. The rest of the songs are Nancy alone or with Lee Hazlewood. Let me know what you think. Cheers!


Dean Martin & Frank Sinatra Livin' The Lush Life


I love that picture of Dino and Frankie. Does anyone know where they were at when this was taken? These are two really cool and hip cats. I would have loved to have been at that table. I can only imagine the banter that was going on between them and everybody else. It would have been awesome to have been one of their pallies. You get to hit the town and party like there's no tomorrow. Nobody lived life to the fullest quite like the Rat Pack. Cheers!

Monday, August 4, 2008

Elvis Presley: A Fan Of Dean Martin

I always that it was so great that Elvis Presley, the King of Rock 'n' Roll, was such a big fan of Dean Martin. He is the one after all who dubbed Dino "the King of Cool."

From an article on the CBS News website:
"I remember when he introduced me to Elvis Presley, And Elvis says, 'You know, they call me the King of Rock and Roll. But your Father is the King of Cool,'" Martin's daughter Deana Martin said. "And I went 'Oh my gosh! Elvis Presley said that Dad's the King of Cool!' But we all knew that he was the King of Cool.
That is so true. We all know that Dino oozed coolness. He's the coolest cat that ever swaggered on this planet. Even Elvis realized that and was inspired by Dino.

Click on the Elvis Information Network for a great article on how Elvis was influenced by Dino. It's really fascinating. I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

Here's a clip of Elvis singing Welcome To My World. He does do a really cool job with this song. I hope you enjoy it. Cheers!

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis In The Comics

Thanks to my pallie Sue for these great covers:






Saturday, August 2, 2008

Jerry Lewis In Trouble With The Law


This happened like a week ago, but I'm just finding out about it. I still think it's noteworthy to post up here on my blog.

From the Telegraph:
The 82-year-old actor and comedian was stopped at Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, en route to Detroit, when staff spotted the gun during routine baggage screening.

Police detained Lewis and confiscated a .22-calibre handgun. He was cited for allegedly carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, a spokesman for Las Vegas police said.

The star's manager, Claudia Marghilano, said the gun was a "hollowed-out prop gun" which Lewis uses in his stage show, adding that it was incapable of firing.

But the police spokesman said if it were merely a prop "it wouldn't be a weapon and we couldn't cite him for carrying a weapon". Lewis must attend a court hearing to get the gun back.

Lewis found fame in the 1950s as half of a comic double act with singer Dean Martin. He went on to star in dozens of films, including 1963 hit The Nutty Professor and Martin Scorsese film The King of Comedy in 1982.

Since 1966, he has hosted an annual telethon for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, which last year raised over £32 million.

In recent years he has suffered a string of health problems, including prostate cancer. In 2006, he had a heart attack during a flight across the US.

Oops. It looks like Jerry screwed up. What is it with celebs carrying guns in their bags? Do they actually not know they are there, forget that they packed them, think they can get away with it, or what? I do wish him the best of luck though.

Friday, August 1, 2008

I've Been Tagged: Rat Pack Film Festival

Jeremy at Moon In The Gutter has tagged me to participate in a twelve movie meme. I'm more than happy to oblige. This meme was started by Piper at Lazy Eye Theatre. The premise is that you are responsible for creating your own ideal film festival at the New Beverly Cinema.

Here are the rules:

1) Choose 12 Films to be featured. They could be random selections or part of a greater theme. Whatever you want.

2) Explain why you chose the films.

3) Link back to Lazy Eye Theatre so I can have hundreds of links and I can take those links and spread them all out on the bed and then roll around in them.

4) The people selected then have to turn around and select 5 more people.

Since my blog is focused on the Rat Pack, I thought I would pick movies that featured various members of the group.

Monday: Ocean's 11 (1960) and Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964) --- These are my favorite two of the Rat Pack flicks. It was great to see Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, Peter Lawford, and Joey Bishop all in the first movie. I really love Dino and Sammy in both of these.

Tuesday: The Silencers (1966) and Murderer's Row (1966) --- These are my favorite two of the four Matt Helm spy flicks. What's not to love. Besides Dino, you've got great music, beautiful babes, evil villains, cool sets, and much more.

Wednesday: The Ambushers (1967) and The Wrecking Crew (1969) --- The first one of these is my least favorite of the franchise. It does have Senta Berger in it though. I do think they ended the franchise with a good flick. Plus it has a trio of lovely ladies in Sharon Tate, Elke Sommer, and Nancy Kwan in it.

Thursday: Salt and Pepper (1968) and One More Time (1970) --- I recently saw these two flicks for the first time. They star Sammy Davis Jr. and Peter Lawford. I loved them.

Friday: The Caddy (1953) and Artists and Models (1955) --- These are probably my favorite of the Martin-Lewis comedies.

Saturday: The Cannonball Run (1981) and Cannonball Run II (1984) --- Both these movies have great ensemble casts. Dino and Sammy steal both movies.

Not sure if any of these people have already been tagged or not, but here's who I'm tagging to participate:

1. Undead Film Critic
2. The Percy Trout Hour
3. Bish's Beat
4. Notes From Hemingway's Lounge
5. Love Train for the Tenebrous Empire

I hope all of these fine bloggers will take the time to participate. I guess that's it. I also hope that anybody checking out this post will enjoy how I would schedule a film festival. Let me know what you think. Thanks. Cheers!

My Favorite Dean Martin Co-Stars: Ann-Margret

I've decided that I'm going to post some pictures of some of Dino's beautiful co-stars on a fairly regular basis. Most of my friends know that I'm a huge fan of Ann-Margret. I've had a crush on her since I can remember. I've been thinking about her a lot this past week or so. She co-starred with Dino in the Matt Helm spy flick Murderers' Row. They also made some other appearances together on television. Here are a few pictures of Ann-Margret. I've got some others that I'll post at a later date. Anybody who has any pictures of her that they want to share with me, please feel free to send them to me over at The Dino Lounge on MySpace. Some of these pictures I've come across on my own, but a couple of them were sent to me by friends. I've given them credit for that. I hope you enjoy these pictures.

The first one is courtesy of Bill:






This last one is courtesy of Soul Sister: