By Will Robinson
Updated December 02, 2015 at 10:44 PM EST
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What is good will always remain — like former Las Vegas stalwart Dean Martin. Almost 20 years to the date of his death, Hologram USA and the Dean Family Trust announced a full stage show featuring a hologram of the Rat Pack member is in development, according to Vanity Fair, which broke the news. The run aims to bow in 2016.

“A new generation is about to be blown away by the extraordinary presence of Dean Martin,” said Hologram USA CEO Alki David. “He owned Vegas like no other entertainer, and is the definition of elegance and cool. It’s a distinct pleasure to work with Laura Lizer and the estate to ensure we deliver Dean with the utmost authenticity.”

Martin made his bones by singing a number of hits — like “Memories Are Made of This” and “That’s Amore” — and by collaborating with Jerry Lewis in their comic tandem Martin and Lewis.

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Hologram USA announced in September it was working on a Whitney Houston hologram due in 2016 and a Patsy Cline projection in June.