History Music / FrankSinatra

7th Oct '17 3:58:00 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/HighSociety'' with BingCrosby and Creator/GraceKelly

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* ''Film/HighSociety'' with BingCrosby Music/BingCrosby and Creator/GraceKelly
12th Sep '17 9:06:56 AM PeaceAndLove
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* BiggerIsBetterInBed: Creator/AvaGardner got together with Sinatra at a point where his career appeared to be over, and was asked by a reporter what she wanted with a "119-pound has-been". She answered: "Well, honey, I'll tell you - 19 pounds is c***."

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* BiggerIsBetterInBed: Creator/AvaGardner got together with Sinatra at a point where his career appeared to be over, and was asked by a reporter what she wanted with a "119-pound has-been". She answered: "Well, honey, I'll tell you - 19 pounds is c***.cock."
8th Sep '17 10:02:50 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* MrFanservice: "OH FRANKIE!!" *faint* As you can tell from the sheer number of parodies, he was a TropeCodifier.



* LocationSong: "New York, New York", "Chicago (That Toddlin' Town)", both a {{Homage}} to those cities.
* LyricalDissonance: The cheery, upbeat "Mack the Knife" tells the story of a notoriously violent and psychopathic gangster.
* MrFanservice: "OH FRANKIE!!" *faint* As you can tell from the sheer number of parodies, he was a TropeCodifier.
* NiceHat: One of the few men capable of truly pulling off the fedora.



* LocationSong: "New York, New York", "Chicago (That Toddlin' Town)", both a {{Homage}} to those cities.
* LyricalDissonance: The cheery, upbeat "Mack the Knife" tells the story of a notoriously violent and psychopathic gangster.
* NiceHat: One of the few men capable of truly pulling off the fedora.
13th Jul '17 5:12:38 AM foxtrot57
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-->''I said all, nothin' at all''
-->''If it's love, there ain't no in-between''
-->''Why begin then cry for somethin' that might have been''
-->''No I'd rather, rather have nothin' at all''
24th Jun '17 12:05:32 PM Mdumas43073
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* ''Take Me Out To The Ball Game'' : Another film co-starring Gene Kelly.

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* ''Take Me Out To The to the Ball Game'' : Another film co-starring Gene Kelly.
24th Jun '17 11:59:38 AM Mdumas43073
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[[RedBaron The Chairman of the Board]]. [[FanNickname Ol' Blue Eyes.]] [[SpellMyNameWithAThe The Voice.]]. Leader of the Creator/RatPack.

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[[RedBaron The Chairman of the Board]]. [[FanNickname Ol' Blue Eyes.]] [[SpellMyNameWithAThe The Voice.]].Voice]]. Leader of the Creator/RatPack.
9th Jun '17 4:48:59 PM jamespolk
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[[RedBaron The Chairman of the Board]]. [[FanNickname Ol' Blue Eyes.]] [[SpellMyNameWithAThe The Voice.]]

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[[RedBaron The Chairman of the Board]]. [[FanNickname Ol' Blue Eyes.]] [[SpellMyNameWithAThe The Voice.]]
]]. Leader of the Creator/RatPack.
9th Jun '17 11:33:04 AM jamespolk
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* ''The Man with the Golden Arm''

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* ''The Man with the Golden Arm''''Film/TheManWithTheGoldenArm''
4th Jun '17 4:08:44 PM jamespolk
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* ''Pal Joey''

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* ''Pal Joey''''Film/PalJoey''
22nd May '17 4:49:33 PM Shadeblade11
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: See "Berserk Button" above, then listen to Jill St. John, Angie Dickinson, Creator/ShirleyMacLaine, Patty Duke, Doris Day, Juliet Prowse, etc. etc. etc. etc. talk about how Frank was always a perfect gentleman to the ladies. Mia Farrow called Sinatra "sweet", twenty years after their divorce.
** It's widely thought that Creator/AvaGardner was the great love of Sinatra's life. They remained close all their lives even after the divorce, and when heard she was sick (with her final illness) in 1990, he arranged for his own doctors to see her. Being in poor health himself at the time, he couldn't get to her funeral in North Carolina, but made sure that a prominent floral tribute was there.
** NiceToTheWaiter: Studio musicians adored him. Accounts by people who worked with him agree that although he didn't exactly gush with praise for people's performances, he was an absolutely focused professional who knew exactly what he wanted and was quick to express his satisfaction when he got it. There are also various stories of him being generous with money to musicians who were in trouble.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: See "Berserk Button" above, then listen to Jill St. John, Angie Dickinson, Creator/ShirleyMacLaine, Patty Duke, Doris Day, Juliet Prowse, etc. etc. etc. etc. talk about how Frank was always a perfect gentleman to the ladies. Mia Farrow called Sinatra "sweet", twenty years after their divorce.
NiceToTheWaiter:
** It's widely thought that Creator/AvaGardner was the great love of Sinatra's life. They remained close all their lives even after the divorce, and when heard she was sick (with her final illness) in 1990, he arranged for his own doctors to see her. Being in poor health himself at the time, he couldn't get to her funeral in North Carolina, but made sure that a prominent floral tribute was there.
** NiceToTheWaiter:
Studio musicians adored him. Accounts by people who worked with him agree that although he didn't exactly gush with praise for people's performances, he was an absolutely focused professional who knew exactly what he wanted and was quick to express his satisfaction when he got it. There are also various stories of him being generous with money to musicians who were in trouble.
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