Dean Martin: You and me we’re gonna be pardners You and me we’re gonna be pals You and me we’ll do and dare alike We’ll share what there’s to share alike That goes for money, pleasure or gals You and me will be the greatest pardners, buddies and pals
In Pardners, Rich momma’s boy Wade Kingsley Jr. an Eastern dude, tries to follow in his murdered father’s footsteps. He returns to the West to partner up with Slim Moseley Jr.,the son of his father’s former partner. Wade overcomes Slim’s initial reluctance to accept him … By using his fortune to buy a prize cow and new car to help Slim. Slim works as foreman on the Kingsley family ranch, currently under siege by a gang of outlaws called ‘masked raiders’. Wade generously tries to pay off the ranch’s mortgage with $15,000 of his own money. But unfortunately neither ‘pardner’ realizes banker Dan Hollis’ secret. He’s the son of their fathers’ murderer, and is the leader of the gang.
What a Way to Go (1964) starring Shirley MacLaine, Dick Van Dyke, Paul Newman, Robert Mitchum, Gene Kelly, Dean Martin, Bob Cummings
Synopsis of What a Way to Go
What a Way to Go is a black comedy. It opens with Louisa Foster donating a multi-million dollar check to the IRS. The tax department thinks she’s crazy and sends her to a psychiatrist. She then discusses her four marriages, in which all of her husbands became incredibly rich and died prematurely because of their drive to be rich.
Song lyrics to Here’s to Love as performed by Dean Martin in My Friend Irma
Here’s a toast to the most romantic intention It’s that art of the heart most worthy of mention So pay attention here’s to love here’s to love Here’s to all that love can stand for It’s a wishful wonderland for just you