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Sinatra

Francis Albert, known as Frank. 1915--98, US popular singer and film actor. His recordings include "One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)" (1955) and "My Way" (1969)
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But Sinatra was humbled when he met a little girl who asked him: "What colour is the wind?" He later told his family: "The wind blew her hair into her eyes and she brushed it back.
Sinatra was 50 and actress Mia Farrow was 21 when they married in the 1960s, but he served her with divorce papers two years later on the set of Rosemary's Baby.
Strangely, the book doesn't mention the confrontation Sinatra had with Mario Puzo in 1970 about the Johnny Fontane character in Puzo's The Godfather, who Sinatra suspected was based on his relationship with the Mafia.
TRUSTED Tony's revelation comes amid a surge of fresh interest in movie superstar and crooner extraordinaire Sinatra, who would have been 100 next month.
Sinatra Adored Israel, and Israel Adored Him Back.'" at...
Whatever obstacles Sinatra faced as an Italian American, they didn't keep him from becoming a professional singer in 1932.
The lawyer wrote that Sinatra immediately got down to business, he told Dershowitz that he loves Farrow, as they were married, asserting that she was a great girl.
Ronan Farrow tweeted Wednesday: ''Listen, we're all (asterisk)possibly(asterisk) Frank Sinatra's son.''
Michelle has shared the stage with such talents as Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and did two USO tours with Bob Hope.
Sinatra, of course, set the pace; his magnetism and persona proved irresistible to the public, his influence ending up on a par - or probably a notch above - that of presidents and royalty.
Frank Sinatra famously pioneered the concept album, a sequence of songs that unfolds a story or explores an emotion--despair, exhilaration, coming to terms (or failing to) with loss.