As charming on the movie screen as he was on record or in a concert setting, Dean Martin personified the grace, cool, and devil-may-care aura of the Rat Pack. And there was no place Dino was more at home than in Las Vegas. LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS presents Martin performing at the Rat Pack's second home, the Sands, in 1967--a time when he, Sinatra, and their pals where still mighty figures but had begun to shine a bit less brightly for the fickle public's whims. So what if the Beatles were outselling him? It mattered little to Dino, as he prowled the stage comically in his drunk schtick (which was never more than an act), the consummate entertainer, delivering swinging hits such as "Everybody Loves Somebody" and "It Had to Be You" interspersed with the Italianate ballads that helped make his name ("Volare," "There's No Tomorrow") and the charismatic showman's endearing humorous patter and asides. At a time when the world was changing, Martin provided a last (and lasting) glimpse into what it had been, and now the rest of us can experience it too.