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gladaseeya:

Before the Rat Pack, there was the Schnozzle Posse. With Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante and Danny Thomas. Published October 1947.

gladaseeya:

Before the Rat Pack, there was the Schnozzle Posse. With Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante and Danny Thomas. Published October 1947.



francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra, Eddie Hodges, and Eleanor Parker in Frank Capra’s A Hole in the Head (1959)

francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra, Eddie Hodges, and Eleanor Parker in Frank Capra’s A Hole in the Head (1959)



msmildred:

"Step Lively", 1944.

msmildred:

"Step Lively", 1944.



francisalbertsinatra:

Danny Kaye visits Frank Sinatra and director Charles Vidor on the set of The Joker is Wild (1957)

francisalbertsinatra:

Danny Kaye visits Frank Sinatra and director Charles Vidor on the set of The Joker is Wild (1957)



beataholic925:

Harpo Marx, Jayne Mansfield, Frank Sinatra, and Red Skelton

beataholic925:

Harpo Marx, Jayne Mansfield, Frank Sinatra, and Red Skelton



francisalbertsinatra:

Mia Farrow visits Frank Sinatra on the set of Von Ryan’s Express, 1964

francisalbertsinatra:

Mia Farrow visits Frank Sinatra on the set of Von Ryan’s Express, 1964



francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra and Jack Benny on the set of The Jack Benny Program, 1951

francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra and Jack Benny on the set of The Jack Benny Program, 1951




Frank Sinatra at a Capitol Records recording session in Los Angeles, 1957. Photographed by Sid Avery.

Frank Sinatra at a Capitol Records recording session in Los Angeles, 1957. Photographed by Sid Avery.



francisalbertsinatra:

Jack Benny and Frank Sinatra look over a script while preparing for a radio show, c. 1944

francisalbertsinatra:

Jack Benny and Frank Sinatra look over a script while preparing for a radio show, c. 1944





francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra clowning around with spaghetti for a commercial on The Frank Sinatra Show, c. 1952

francisalbertsinatra:

Frank Sinatra clowning around with spaghetti for a commercial on The Frank Sinatra Show, c. 1952



missavagardner:


“He was the epitome of what singing is all about, beautiful sounds, smooth as silk, effortless, impeccable phrasing, stylish, intelligent and full of heart.” - Barbara Streisand

Francis Albert Sinatra aka Frank Sinatra | December 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998 

missavagardner:

He was the epitome of what singing is all about, beautiful sounds, smooth as silk, effortless, impeccable phrasing, stylish, intelligent and full of heart.” - Barbara Streisand

Francis Albert Sinatra aka Frank Sinatra | December 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998 





Ava Gardner & Frank Sinatra, 1953.

Ava Gardner & Frank Sinatra, 1953.