Frank Sinatra was an American singer and actor that has won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Frank Sinatra was an American singer and actor that has won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Frank Gilbreth lived from 1868 to 1924
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Sinatra was assassinated by his own buddy
YES i am pretty sure she is she is aquaintances with my grandma and i am pretty sure she still alive.
Yes and No "Lush Life" was arranged for him by Nelson Riddle. However it was never completed or released.
The Rat Pack is the nickname given to a group of popular entertainers most active between the mid-1950s and mid-1960s. Its most famous line-up featured Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishop, who appeared together in films and on stage in the early 1960s. Despite its reputation as a masculine group of people, the Rat Pack did have female participants, such as movie icons Shirley MacLaine, Lauren Bacall, and Judy… Read More
Frank Sinatra made his first appearance at the London Palladium in England on July 10, 1950. He played nightly until July 23, 1950.
Frank had numerous number-one albums, and seven number-one singles (or more depending on whether you include the songs he sang fronting a big-band): "Five Minutes More", "Leanin' the Blues", "Mam'selle", "Oh! What It Seemed To Be" "Strangers in the Night", "All Or Nothing At All" with Harry James Band, and "Somethin' Stupid", shared with his daughter 'Nancy Sinatra'. He also has four number-one hits singing as the front singer of Tommy Dorsey Band although he… Read More
Actually yes. Franklin Wayne Sinatra is the only son of entertainer Frank Sinatra. He is known as Frank Sinatra, Jr. 1
No. Van Morrison sings "Moondance".
Before marrying his wife Ma Farrows, Frank Sinatra was married to Ava Gardner from 1951 to 1957. Before Ava, his first wife was Nancy Barbato, and they were married from 1939-1951. He was married a total of four times.
Nancy Barbato, Ava Gardner, Mia Farrow and Barbara Marx
i actually have to do a project and how he contribute to misletoe and holly. any information would be great.
1) Francis Albert Sinatra was Natalie Catherine (Dolly) Garavente . 2) Franklin Wayne Emmanuel Sinatra is ( or was ) Nancy Rose Barbato . I don't really know if she's till alive . 3) Does anybody know if Nancy Sinatra Sr. lives today ? Thanks for answering !
No, Francis Albert Sinatra was born in Hoboken, New Jersey, December 12, 1915, and was an American singer and actor. Very few British people have Italian sounding last names like "Sinatra". Prominent exceptions to the rule include Ida Lupino, Benjamin Disraeli, Jim Capaldi, Anthony Minghella, and the Rossetti family. But that's about it.
"V-E" stands for Victory in Europe, as in Victory in Europe Day, May 8, 1945. President Harry Truman, our president at the time, considered V-E Day to be one of the finest birthday gifts he had ever received, since his birthday was also May 8. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com Heres a tidbit. US GI's and British tommies raised there hand with the first two fingers in a v to stand for victory later… Read More
Gilberto Martínez is 31 years old (birthdate: October 1, 1979).
Eleven in all
Pat Boone and Debby Boone. He had six No. 1 hits between 1955 and 1961 ("Ain't That a Shame," "I Almost Lost My Mind," "Don't Forbid Me," "Love Letters in the Sand," "April Love" and "Moody River"). She had only one No. 1 song, but it was the biggest hit of 1977 and one of the biggest of all time -- "You Light Up My Life." In 2008, Billboard ranked it at No. 7 among… Read More
Nancy Barbato was born September 11, 1917, and is still alive as of 2016.
Frank Fahrenhorst was born on September 24, 1977.
Who sold the most records Frank Sinatra or Dean martin
He was known to have liked fried calamari.
Frank Sinatra has sold around 150 million copies, while Dean Martin is not even close to it.
"Magnum, P.I." .... Retired Police Sergeant Michael Doheny (1 episode, 1987) - Laura (1987) TV episode .... Retired Police Sergeant Michael Doheny The First Deadly Sin (1980) .... Edward Delaney Contract on Cherry Street (1977) (TV) .... Dep. Insp. Frank Hovannes, Organized Crime Unit (OCU) Dirty Dingus Magee (1970) .... Dingus Billy Magee Lady in Cement (1968) .... Tony Rome The Detective (1968) .... Det. Sgt. Joe Leland Tony Rome (1967) .... Tony Rome The… Read More
My one and only love
He was not involved in the mafia although there have been many rumors.
NO. Frank Sinatra knew and is documented in FBI files as associating socially with known Mafia members. He did have a documented friendship with Sam Giancana. Many casinos, nightclubs and theatres were owned or run by organized crime. Many entertainers had to deal with these people. Frank Sinatra was not a "member" of the Mafia.
Don't you change yourself one bit because of this. Good girls do end up with good things in their lives. I'm 63 and I strived for that all my life, and although I sure hit some bumps in my lifetime I set a goal, stuck with it and I've ended up with a fantastic husband (was married before) and we've been married 33 years. He hasn't cheated on me once, but yes, he does like… Read More
Sinatra is shown with composer credits on seven songs (on which he actually contributed lyrics): * I'm A Fool To Want You (m-Joel Herron, w-Jack Wolf & Frank Sinatra) 1952 * Mistletoe And Holly (m/w-Dok Stanford, Hank Sanicola & Frank Sinatra) 1957 * Mr. Success (m-Edwin Greines, w-Hank Sanicola & Frank Sinatra) 1958 * Peachtree Street (m/w-Jimmy Saunders & Frank Sinatra) 1950 * Shelia (m/w-Christopher Hayward, Frank Sinatra & Robert Staver) 1950 * Take My… Read More
Hey there, Basically speaking each single is worth about $2-$4 AUSD Depending on what they were and if there wasnt many printed or if they wernt pressed on black vinyl. Picture cover sleeves also add value to the records. And of course the condition they are in and if they have any pops and crackles. If you have something of interest like the beatles for example. It could possibly be a repressing which would not… Read More
Frank Sinatra was between 5'7 and 5'8.
This would be a lengthy list if you somehow could find names of all the performers who opened for Sinatra during his 7-decade career. In Vegas, he typically had comedians open the show; the best known was Joey Bishop. Pat Henry became something of a regular opening act for Sinatra in 1958, and remained so for the next 20 years. Buddy Lester was another comedian who "warmed up" the room for the Chairman of the… Read More
i would think about £20 seeing its one of his newer albums ,something like the hotrats would sell for about £40 and is a very good album
By way of a very general answer, most Frank Sinatra records don't have a premium value because most of them sold so well that they are hardly rare. For the most part, rarity is what gives records premium value. There are probably a few of his 78s (old heavy breakable records, mostly 10" with a small label, in case you're under 45 or so) that are rare, and I can say that any Harry James… Read More
Any of the following websites may be able to provide the value of your album: www.neatstuff.net/records/Records.html www.forevervinyl.com/ www.recordcollectorslc.com www.vinylalbums4sale.com/index.html
no he was in a car driving to work,then he had a heart attack,he died on May 14,1998. Ha Ha, yes he was at home on Foothill Drive in Beverly Hills when he had a heart attack but he was pronounced dead at nearby Cedars Sinai Hospital.
Ole Blue Eyes, and the Chairman of the Board
Frank Sinatra's Nicknames During his career, Frank Sinatra developed a reputation as a well-dressed, fast-living, fist-fighting swinger, with a top-dog swagger that earned him the nickname "Chairman of the Board." He was also known as "Ol' Blue Eyes" and "The Voice."
Old Blue Eyes or the Chairman of the Board.
Licensed by Warner Brothers Music/Cahn Music. Here is some background info on this timeless hit song.... Although Sinatra's version was the 25,000,000th song downloaded from iTunes, the original belonged to Vaughn Monroe in 1946, when the song was #1 on the Billboard charts for 5 weeks, and the #2 song of the year. Sinatra's version was released in 1950, and although it has sold steadily through the years, it never charted. "Let It Snow, Let… Read More
Ole' Blue Eyes Also, "The Chairman of the Board" and "The Voice".
Frank Sinatra was born in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Frank Sinatra was born on December 12, 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Old Blue Eyes and Chairman of the Board
When he traveled it has been reported that he had a case of Jack Daniels on the plane. As far as on his person, he carried $100 bills or "C-notes" he called them to tip with and a lighter. He liked tootsie rolls and cherry lifesavers and family legend has it that he always carried 10 dimes so he would never be caught unable to make a phone call. This most likely comes from Frank… Read More
Sadly, Frank J. Dixon passed away this week (Feb 2008) Until recently he served in an administrative capacity at The Scripps Research Institute (www.scripps.edu)
From 1968 to 1976 browning used that type of serial number. The starting number 71 indicates the year made. The letter G indicates a light weight shotgun. Letters G (light weight)and M (standard weight) were used. Usually it was only followed by a four digit number. Yours seems to have an additional number but it meant the number of the gun off the line. As far as the value I don't know. I also have… Read More
IN California,Los Angeles. And born in Hoboken,New Jersey. NOT buried in Los Angeles! He is buried in Cathedral City, CA, at Desert Memorial Park.
Frank Sinatra died of a heart attack at the age of 82 on May 14, 1998.
He won a Best supporting Actor Oscar for 'From Here to Eternity'.
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Although they are antiques, they were made by the proverbial "gazillions". If you pay $1.50 for 1 bona fide "rare" record u r close to paying too much. ******* Oh gosh yes. I agree! You can find the red Columbias by the truck load. Even the blue Columbias and Flag Columbias of the 20's are just everywhere. The two major companies of the time were Victor and Columbia and their records are all over the… Read More
In Chinese, it means: 不鸣则已，一鸣惊人. A bird can sing beautiful song but we don't know. once she opens mouth, it would be amazing. For human, one guy with endowment and also works hard, but we didn't realise. He will make us surpise once he comes out.
Frank was a friend of Joes to the end. He helped him get spots on TV shows and appearances. He paid for his medical bills and helped with Max Schmelling paid for his funeral. It was said he talked to President Reagan to waive the requirements to get him buried in Arlington National Cemetery. It was never out of pity but out of a debt of gratitude.
Many of the box sets are valued at a price close to $55 each. The amount will vary depending upon the condition that they set is in.
http://www.jman5.com/franksinatra/franksinatranytimes.htm In 1976 he married for the fourth time, to Barbara Blakely Marx, who had been married to Zeppo Marx. She survives him, along with his daughters, his son and two grandchildren.
The value of 78 rpm records depends on the age, condition, popularity and even the label. Frank Sinatra started his own label, Reprise, after he recorded many records for Capitol Records, Inc. Some of Mr. Sinatra's early records have sold for hundreds of dollars. These are from his days with Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra. After Frank Sinatra's death in 1998, his records became more valuable as is the case with many recording artists. Some… Read More
Francis Albert Sinatra has sold in the region of 150 million albums worldwide to date.
The first recording I found was on the album "Come Dance With Me" which was released on December 9, 1958
it was not Rihanna that sings the song umbrella it is accualy the band All Time Low All time low first recorded the song Umbrella in 2004 tho it was not put on any of their albums afterwards it was Rihanna but 3 years later folowed by Mandy Moore
Yes. Frank Sinatra recorded "I Left My Heart In San Francisco" on August 27 1962. The arrangement was by Neal Hefti and the orchestra was conducted by Nelson Riddle. The single was coupled with "The Look Of Love". It was Master Number 1427 and the Single Number was Reprise 20.107. It was released in Italy on album number FS5238. The song is now available on the Box Set "The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings". "I Left… Read More
Frank Sinatra is a famous singer. He was active in music from 1935-1995. He also played some movie roles.
Ervin Darke wrote the song, "It Was a Very Good Year," that was recorded by Frank Sinatra. The lyrics are: "When I was seventeen/It was a very good year/It was a very good year for small town girls/And soft summer nights/We'd hide from the lights/On the village green/When I was seventeen.//When I was twenty-one/It was a very good year/It was a very good year for city girls/Who lived up the stair/With all that perfumed hair/And… Read More
Nope he only sang. ---- No instrument. in several films he appears to be playing the piano, but they never show his fingers hitting the keys.
Frank Sinatra is a famous Jazz singer from the forties and fifties. hey was an singer Answer: Frank Sinatra, known as "Old Blue Eyes" and "Chairman of the Board" was a singer and actor, a heartthrob who made "New York, New York" and "I did it my way" famous. His Hollywood crowd was known as The Rat Pack.
Which they got from the title track of the Broadway play of the same name The Cowsills in 1969.
old blue eyes if im wrong im sorry
Legendary singer Frank Sinatra recorded over 950 songs during his musical career. Many songs were recorded more than once and he had several number one hits.
The value of a Frank Sinatra version of White Christmas on a 78 RPM record depends on its condition. If in good condition, it could be worth as much as $25.
Frank Sinatra never played any sort of instruments -- he only sang.
Anywhere from a dollar to $20,000.00. That is such a broad scan but that's because it is such a broad question. There are so many factors but namely, rarity and condition. Most 78's were played to death with steel needles and are heavily worn with lots of surface noise and grey colored worn grooves. A 78 in good condition with shiny grooves, no deep gouges or needle drops or surface wear will command a much… Read More
Because he was sexy, a little bit dangerous, and had a beautiful voice! cause he had swagger before swagger was swagger He had a way with words and a beautiful way of expressing them. Ladies just fall for musicians-fact of life. And let's just face it, his voice was downright sexy! Not to mention those gorgeous blue eyes...what a heartbreaker. He had charisma+++++! He was so many different things: confident, tough and cocky, gentle, sensitive… Read More
Matt Monro, Bobby Darin, Vic Damone and others
Frank Sinatra esco was made around 1980. there were no 1935 statues. Frank Sinatra was not famous in 1935 so why would anyone make a statue of him?
He was kidnapped in December 8, 1963 at Harrah's Lake Tahoe and released two days later after his father paid out the US $240,000 ransom demanded by the kidnappers, who were later captured, prosecuted, convicted, and sentenced to long prison terms. Yes, in 1963.
The Massachusetts born painter was and early leader in Minimal Art, some of which appears to be unfinished or simple geometric colorations. He has acquired a large following and his works are in all major collections and Galleries.
Yes Frank Sinatra wrote seven songs.
Frank was a jazz muscian. Sinatra (and others) produced a subgenre of Jazz called "Swing"
He had 3 kids, 2 girls and a son
Old blue eyes or chairman of the board
no he was a jazz singer :)
I don't think he does have any kids. Now as I write this he is 65, that means that Sinatra ends with him.
He has no children that I know about.-----Joe Silvestro
He sang the final few bars of "New York, New York" at the conclusion of the "Sinatra 80th" TV special along with all of the performers from that evening. It was aired in December of 1995. His last solo performance was in February of 1995 with what is considered his last performance. He closed with "The Best is Yet to Come".
Definitely not. It is well documented that he was highly intelligent working the New York Times Crossword puzzle in pen.
Old Blueyes or The Chairman of the Board Old Blue Eyes or the Chairman of the Board.
No. While Johnny Fontane's character in similar to that of Frank Sinatra, many other entertainers of the era had associates, managers and record companies controlled by organized crime including singer Al Martino who played the Johnny Fontaine character. There are photographs and published FBI files that leave us evidence of Sinatra's relationship with members of "families" linked to organized crime. It is thought that Sinatra's role in "Here to Eternity" was given to Sinatra after… Read More
It was written by The-Dream, Christopher Stewart, Jay-Z and Kuk Harrell. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_wrote_umbrella#ixzz239F85Ezb and was originally sung by rihanna but has been covered by many artists including All Time Low and McFly
Because his eyes are all messed up.
kelly clarkson!!!!!!!!!!!! I think the song you are referring to Was recorded by Tony Bennett.
yes she lives in Los Angeles, close to her daughter Tina>
He recorded it with Tommy Dorsey with The Pied Pipers around 1941 and again (just the verse) around 1962 on "Sinatra And Strings" arranged by Don Costa. It should be noted the song was not written by Sinatra but by Hoagy Carmichael in 1929. It was one of the most recorded songs in history with over 2000 versions by various artists.