Sunday, February 22, 2009

Sharon Tate Struts Her Stuff For Dean Martin



I hope you enjoyed that clip of the sexy Sharon Tate and the cool Dean Martin from The Wrecking Crew. That's a scene I really enjoy, plus I dig the hip music. If you're interested in checking out a blog devoted to Dean and the Rat Pack, pay a visit to The Dino Lounge. That's one of my blogs. I also have a blog devoted to the beautiful women of the 60's and 70's called Sugar & Spice. I'm actually going to have a post about Sharon Tate on Monday. Hope everybody is having a cool & swingin' weekend. Cheers!

9 comments:

Donna Lethal said...

Thanks for posting Keith - this is a GREAT clip! And your site is fabulous.

Keith said...

Thanks Donna. I'm glad you enjoyed the clip and my site. Cheers!

Nancy Sinatra Fan said...

I really enjoyed that. It is a very fun moment in the movie. I love Dean's reaction to her.

Keith said...

Thanks Phoebe. I'm glad you liked it. It is a pretty cool scene in this flick. Cheers!

dino martin peters said...

Hey pallie Keith, this Dinoscene was such a surprise when likes I first remember seein' it the klutzy Sharon turns into the sultry Sharon...ands our Dino likes eats it up likes candy...

Retro Hound said...

Dean looks slightly frustrated and slightly bemused at the situation. However, he did pay more attention to her than the drink. I want to know why only The Silencers is on Netflix? Why aren't the rest of the Matt Helm series available?

Keith said...

Hey pallie DMP. Thanks for the comments. I know what you mean. She goes through quite the transformation. I love how Dino reacts to it. Cheers!

Keith said...

Hey Robert. Thanks for the comments. It is funny to check out Dino's reaction. I guess it's because The Silencers is the only one available as a single DVD. The other movies are only available in the Matt Helm Lounge DVD set. That's what I've got. Cheers!

Bill said...

Words can't express the lasting impression that scene left on my young adolescent mind when I first saw it ... the year was 1966 , I was 12 and allowed that year to go to the movies myself ... There she was larger then life on the big screen and in titillating technicolor ... she was my first crush and then came Valley of the Dolls and my fav , The Fearless Vampire Killers ... remember I was only 12 seeing all this ... need I say more ..