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by JULIO MACHICOTE
BRONX, New York
June 23, 2007
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March 8, 2007
From journal North Strip Area of Las Vegas
Santa Cruz, California
August 13, 2004
From journal You are so money and you don't even know it!
November 29, 2003
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by Barber E. Lane
Lake Forest, California
March 1, 2003
The impersonators not only are excellent look-alikes, but also their voices are wonderful and capture their alter-egos. The witty charm and almost off-color references that made Dean Martin a hit then continues now with his modern day Rat Packer. He includes females into his banter with that boyish charm and raw sexual inference. "Joey Bishop" is a stitch and "Sammy Davis Jr." is right on. "Frank Sinatra," with his velvet voice to melt a dozen hearts, is the show's host and tries to keep the other guys in line, but it's a losing battle. He seems the closest to the original of the group. His voice is golden.
For all those young at heart and time, this show is very enjoyable. While it may not have the up to date splash and flash, it's good old down to earth Las Vegas entertainment. By current standards, the show ticket prices are not bad either. There were people in the audience from a 21-year-old celebrating her birthday with Mom and Dad to a 103-year-old woman also celebrating her birthday--facts that were included in Deano's monologue. It was great.
From journal Ring in the New Millenium, Vegas Style