Trivia: Frank Sinatra
- Billing Displacement: The Voice is the top-billed US actor on his only film as a director, None But the Brave, but he basically has a supporting role with the film's real stars being Tatsuya Mihashi and Clint Walker. He also plays one of the few US soldiers to survive.
- Creator Backlash: He reportedly hated "Strangers In the Night" and wasn't very fond of "My Way" either.
- Similarly Named Works:
- He sang "New York, New York" in 1949's On the Town, then later recorded another song titled "New York, New York" (also known as "Theme From New York, New York") in the late 1970s. The latter is the more popular song and is one of his Signature Songs.
- The titles of his albums Songs For Young Lovers and Songs For Swingin Lovers are so similar that they are often confused with each other.