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by Ricci Martin


The Hollywood image of Dean Martin with a martini in one hand and a woman in the other continues to dominate public . Ricci, an entertainer himself, chronicles life at home in That's Amore: A Son Remembers Dean Martin. The book reveals the true Martin: the Beverly Hills family man.

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Martin, Ricci; Smith, Christopher, 1961 .

Martin, Ricci; Smith, Christopher, 1961-. Martin, Dean, 1917-, Martin, Ricci, Entertainers. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

That's Amore reveals the triumphs, tragedies, and escapades that colored Ricci's childhood, including his brother . Ricci Martin is the youngest son of Dean and Jeanne Martin. That's Amore is his first book. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.

That's Amore reveals the triumphs, tragedies, and escapades that colored Ricci's childhood, including his brother Dean Paul's death. More than 100 photos from the private Martin family album enhance Ricci Martin's portrait of his father, creating a complete, honest picture of the Rat Pack legend. Christopher Smith is an award-winning journalist and the Washington . Correspondent for the Salt Lake Tribune.

Ricci James Martin was born in Los Angeles, California on September 20, 1953 to Dean Martin and his wife .

Ricci James Martin was born in Los Angeles, California on September 20, 1953 to Dean Martin and his wife Jeanne. He studied cinematography at the California Institute of the Arts. In the 1970s, he released a single entitled Stop, Look Around and an album entitled Beached. In the 1990s, he joined the band Dino, Desi and Billy. He later sang his father's hits and told stories in a tribute show. Chris Smith is a wildlife artist living in Interlochen, MI. He has illustrated over a dozen books & is the contributing artist for the "Retriever Journal" & "Pointing Dog Journal", & co-author of "Waterfowling Horizons", a book about modern waterfowling methods. As fascination with the Rat Pack thrives in films and on television, Dean Martin remains one of the group's most enigmatic members. The Hollywood image of Dean Martin with a martini in one hand and a woman in the other continues to dominate public perception.

That's Amore" is a 1953 song by composer Harry Warren and lyricist Jack Brooks. It became a major hit and signature song for Dean Martin in 1953. Amore (pronounced ) means "love" in Italian. The song first appeared in the soundtrack of the Martin and Lewis comedy film The Caddy, released by Paramount Pictures on August 10, 1953. Lewis commissioned Warren and Brooks to write songs for Martin to sing in the movie.

That's Amore: A Son Remembers Dean Martin (Hardcover).

Published September 16th 2004 by Taylor Trade Publishing. That's Amore: A Son Remembers Dean Martin (Hardcover). Published December 17th 2001 by Taylor Trade Publishing. Hardcover, 256 pages.

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In this book, Ricci Martin takes readers on a tour through his childhood, from the star-studded . This text recalls the triumphs, tragedies and escapades that coloured Ricci's childhood, including the death of his brother Dean-Paul.

In this book, Ricci Martin takes readers on a tour through his childhood, from the star-studded parties to the exploration of three marriages, eight kids, on. .

In this book, Ricci Martin takes readers on a tour through his childhood, from the star-studded parties to the exploration of three marriages, eight kids, one family, to the treasured one-on-one time he shared with his father. He also discusses Dean's first meeting with Jerry Lewis and divulges his father's version of the Martin and Lewis breakup.

That's Amore: A Son Remembers Dean Martin epub download

ISBN13: 978-0878332724

ISBN: 0878332723

Author: Ricci Martin

Category: Bio and Memoris

Subcategory: Arts & Literature

Language: English

Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing (December 17, 2001)

Pages: 256 pages

ePUB size: 1944 kb

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Rating: 4.4

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Mori
I HAVE BEEN A HUGE FAN OF DEAN MARTIN SINCE THE 1960'S. SO I THOROUGHLY ENJOYED THIS BOOK WRITTEN BY RICCI MARTIN. HE TELLS SOME INTERESTING STORIES ABOUT HIS DAD THROUGHOUT HIS CHILDHOOD. I THOUGHT IT WAS WRITTEN VERY WELL AND WAS SAD THAT I COULDNT TELL HIM SO AFTER FINDING OUT THAT HE HAD PASSED THREE WEEKS BEFORE HIS MOTHER JEANNIE THIS PAST AUGUST. I CRIED THROUGH THE LAST CHAPTER ABOUT THE
LAST FEW MONTHS RICCI SPENT VISITING WITH HIS FATHER AT THE RESTAURANT AND THE LAST TIME HE SAW HIM 2 WEEKS BEFORE DEAN'S DEATH..
Mori
I HAVE BEEN A HUGE FAN OF DEAN MARTIN SINCE THE 1960'S. SO I THOROUGHLY ENJOYED THIS BOOK WRITTEN BY RICCI MARTIN. HE TELLS SOME INTERESTING STORIES ABOUT HIS DAD THROUGHOUT HIS CHILDHOOD. I THOUGHT IT WAS WRITTEN VERY WELL AND WAS SAD THAT I COULDNT TELL HIM SO AFTER FINDING OUT THAT HE HAD PASSED THREE WEEKS BEFORE HIS MOTHER JEANNIE THIS PAST AUGUST. I CRIED THROUGH THE LAST CHAPTER ABOUT THE
LAST FEW MONTHS RICCI SPENT VISITING WITH HIS FATHER AT THE RESTAURANT AND THE LAST TIME HE SAW HIM 2 WEEKS BEFORE DEAN'S DEATH..
interactive man
I really enjoyed reading this loving informative biography written by Dean's second son. Especially glad Dean was a great father - no daddy dearest her---as well as great singer and actor. Great to remember a wonderful greatly missed velvet voiced hansome performer, and loving father!!
interactive man
I really enjoyed reading this loving informative biography written by Dean's second son. Especially glad Dean was a great father - no daddy dearest her---as well as great singer and actor. Great to remember a wonderful greatly missed velvet voiced hansome performer, and loving father!!
Cordalas
I waited anxiously for this book to arrive and then read it completely within 24 hrs. I thoroughly enjoyed it and fell in love with Dean Martin- the man, whose love of family and dedication, I believe, was the drive behind him. I was happy to have the opportunity to glimpse inside the Martin's home, a chance to imagine the clicking arrival of his shoes as he entered the house through the laundry room, his familiar greeting to his son as he affectionately pinched the kid's neck with a "Whaddya say, pallie?" There are many wonderful photographs included in the book. Although Dean Martin achieved great fame as the King of Cool, its obvious from this son's account Dean was a father first, bursting with love for his family, always keeping his work and family life separate, ending his day with a family dinner each night at 601 Mountain Drive, surrounded by those who made him happy and loved. Thank you, Ricci, for this wonderfully warm, loving tribute to a man etched so richly in memory by millions of his fans, myself included.
Cordalas
I waited anxiously for this book to arrive and then read it completely within 24 hrs. I thoroughly enjoyed it and fell in love with Dean Martin- the man, whose love of family and dedication, I believe, was the drive behind him. I was happy to have the opportunity to glimpse inside the Martin's home, a chance to imagine the clicking arrival of his shoes as he entered the house through the laundry room, his familiar greeting to his son as he affectionately pinched the kid's neck with a "Whaddya say, pallie?" There are many wonderful photographs included in the book. Although Dean Martin achieved great fame as the King of Cool, its obvious from this son's account Dean was a father first, bursting with love for his family, always keeping his work and family life separate, ending his day with a family dinner each night at 601 Mountain Drive, surrounded by those who made him happy and loved. Thank you, Ricci, for this wonderfully warm, loving tribute to a man etched so richly in memory by millions of his fans, myself included.
Maximilianishe
As a child the music of Dean Martin played quite frequently in my home. I just loved his voice with the smooth easy-going sound. I also remember on Thursday nights sitting with the family and watching the Dean Martin show. There were also the western movies plus the Matt Helm flicks that I remember sharing with my parents. Oh but the best shows of all were the celebrity roasts that Dean Martin hosted. I remember rolling on the floor laughing and I probably didn't get have the jokes but because everyone in the roast were laughing hysterically, as well as, my parents you couldn't help to but laugh. This book reminded me of all those times and how much I loved Dean Martin even as a 7 year old kid. But the best part of the book was how it was written - with LOVE {AMORE}. I never did care for the way the media portrayed Dean Martin in the magazines and newspapers. This book surely makes it clear to me that Dean Martin was a good family man and friend.
Maximilianishe
As a child the music of Dean Martin played quite frequently in my home. I just loved his voice with the smooth easy-going sound. I also remember on Thursday nights sitting with the family and watching the Dean Martin show. There were also the western movies plus the Matt Helm flicks that I remember sharing with my parents. Oh but the best shows of all were the celebrity roasts that Dean Martin hosted. I remember rolling on the floor laughing and I probably didn't get have the jokes but because everyone in the roast were laughing hysterically, as well as, my parents you couldn't help to but laugh. This book reminded me of all those times and how much I loved Dean Martin even as a 7 year old kid. But the best part of the book was how it was written - with LOVE {AMORE}. I never did care for the way the media portrayed Dean Martin in the magazines and newspapers. This book surely makes it clear to me that Dean Martin was a good family man and friend.
Ral
Dean Martin was indeed a well loved and rightfully so. This is the third book I have read about Dean Martin written by his ex-wifes and children,the the same is said by all and that is what a wonderful, kind, shy, loving man he was. The man the public never really knew. Even Jerry Lewis has said how loving and deeply devoted Dean was. Family always came first up until the day

he died. I recommend if you loved him as the straight man of Jerry and Dean or because of his acting in our favourite cowboy movie,or that smoothing sexey voice that gives us the chills to this day that you read this book by one of his sons as well as the books by his two wife's and other children. I can truly promise you that you will fall in love with him for the first time or like me all over again. NAMASTE to his family for sharing your lives with us and sometimes bringing a tear to our hearts.
Ral
Dean Martin was indeed a well loved and rightfully so. This is the third book I have read about Dean Martin written by his ex-wifes and children,the the same is said by all and that is what a wonderful, kind, shy, loving man he was. The man the public never really knew. Even Jerry Lewis has said how loving and deeply devoted Dean was. Family always came first up until the day

he died. I recommend if you loved him as the straight man of Jerry and Dean or because of his acting in our favourite cowboy movie,or that smoothing sexey voice that gives us the chills to this day that you read this book by one of his sons as well as the books by his two wife's and other children. I can truly promise you that you will fall in love with him for the first time or like me all over again. NAMASTE to his family for sharing your lives with us and sometimes bringing a tear to our hearts.
Jugami
I've read the books by both Ricci and his sister, and I must say, "Memories Are Made Of This" is much better. Maybe it's because of the co-writers involved in the two projects. I really am not sure, but "Memories" is just better. Both children paint a similar picture of their Father, who was a good, decent man who made enough money through his singing (EXCELLENT singer. by the way) and acting ability to pretty much live as a phantom while enjoying an impeccably appealing public persona. Whether "care-free" or "just didn't care" is up for discussion, but he is portrayed by both children as a private man who, as was the case by most in that generation, left his work at work and was pretty much another person in private than he was in public. I personally would love for someone to compile some anecdotes about what it was like to work with him on the television and movie sets and in the recording studio. Oh, well, maybe that will never happen. Also, one other minor quibble: There was a LOT about Ricci in this book, compared to what he revealed about his Father. To that extent, the book seemed somewhat self-serving, but that is definitely just my opinion, which is also true of this entire review!
Jugami
I've read the books by both Ricci and his sister, and I must say, "Memories Are Made Of This" is much better. Maybe it's because of the co-writers involved in the two projects. I really am not sure, but "Memories" is just better. Both children paint a similar picture of their Father, who was a good, decent man who made enough money through his singing (EXCELLENT singer. by the way) and acting ability to pretty much live as a phantom while enjoying an impeccably appealing public persona. Whether "care-free" or "just didn't care" is up for discussion, but he is portrayed by both children as a private man who, as was the case by most in that generation, left his work at work and was pretty much another person in private than he was in public. I personally would love for someone to compile some anecdotes about what it was like to work with him on the television and movie sets and in the recording studio. Oh, well, maybe that will never happen. Also, one other minor quibble: There was a LOT about Ricci in this book, compared to what he revealed about his Father. To that extent, the book seemed somewhat self-serving, but that is definitely just my opinion, which is also true of this entire review!
Sorryyy
Ever since I can remember, I have been a fan of Dean Martin, and after reading this book I no longer wonder why. Ricci tells us what I always suspected, that Dean was real, he was a loving person, a good Dad and his son reports he didn't put himself above anyone else. I like that in a person. I remember seeing the lovely Olympic Ice Skater Dorothy Hamill interviewed on TV, shortly after Dean's death several years ago and she said he was one of the kindest people she ever met. Dorothy had been married at one time to Dean's son, Dino, of the 1960's Rock'N Roll Band, Dino, Desi & Billy. There are some wonderful photos in the book, heart-warming memories from his son and an insight to life must have felt like having a super star for a father, although I got the impression Dean was very much a regular guy once he arrived home after work. The book has some great (funny!)stories about Ricci and his brother, Dean Paul (Dino). How I wish I could have seen Dean in Vegas with his buddies on stage. This book could have been a few hundred pages longer! Good job, Ricci, thanks for sharing memories of your father and your family with us. Funny I could write this review without mentioning Dean's wonderful singing voice, and who in the world didn't love to listen to Dean!
Sorryyy
Ever since I can remember, I have been a fan of Dean Martin, and after reading this book I no longer wonder why. Ricci tells us what I always suspected, that Dean was real, he was a loving person, a good Dad and his son reports he didn't put himself above anyone else. I like that in a person. I remember seeing the lovely Olympic Ice Skater Dorothy Hamill interviewed on TV, shortly after Dean's death several years ago and she said he was one of the kindest people she ever met. Dorothy had been married at one time to Dean's son, Dino, of the 1960's Rock'N Roll Band, Dino, Desi & Billy. There are some wonderful photos in the book, heart-warming memories from his son and an insight to life must have felt like having a super star for a father, although I got the impression Dean was very much a regular guy once he arrived home after work. The book has some great (funny!)stories about Ricci and his brother, Dean Paul (Dino). How I wish I could have seen Dean in Vegas with his buddies on stage. This book could have been a few hundred pages longer! Good job, Ricci, thanks for sharing memories of your father and your family with us. Funny I could write this review without mentioning Dean's wonderful singing voice, and who in the world didn't love to listen to Dean!