In doin' a bit of checkin', I discovered that Miss Mallory once had the blog, "Where The Lovely Things Are," and one of ilovedinomartin's most viewed posts originated there...the fab pix of our great man divin' into the swimmin' pool....indeed that particular pix was featured on our Dino's official facebook account...so Miss Mallory is no newcomer to deep, pure, and true devotion to our Dino.
And, likes as I checks futher in her "Gems" blog, I found 'nother great post featurin' our Dino in "Bells Are Ringing." Likes we have often featured this great musical and likes I thought that perhaps we had posted Miss McInnis' work, but no could find...so know that soon we will feature her wonderful pictoral essay of "Bells" as well.
How grand to find so so many blogs devoted to classic movies that are featurin' our one and only Dino. ilovedinomartin profusely thanks Miss Mallory McInnis for sharin' such an excellent postin' of our most beloved Dino in the beloved dramatic classic, "Some Came Running." To checks it out in it's original format, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-report. Dino-only, DMP
Some Came Running
Today's film is Some Came Running (1958) starring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Shirley MacLaine.
"After a round of partying he can’t remember, World War II veteran Dave Hirsh is placed on a bus headed for the last place he’d choose: Parkman, Indiana, the hometown Hirsh hasn't seen in well over a decade. Frank Sinatra plays Hirsh, whose arrival in Parkman brings small-town hypocrisy to the unforgiving light of day in this character-driven tale directed by Vincente Minnelli and based on a novel by James Jones. In his first screen pairing with Sinatra, Dean Martin plays a sharp-witted cardsharp. And Shirley MacLaine earned one of the movie's five Academy Award nominations as the good-hearted floozie with a potentially fatal attraction to Hirsh"
Seriously. In every movie I've ever seen her in.