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Frank Sinatra as Jimmy Durante with Jimmy Durante as his Father – PRICELESS

Frank Sinatra as Jimmy Durante with Jimmy Durante as his Father. ABSOLUTELY PRICELESS !   Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Durante together. There is not much you can say about this one except that it is a MUST WATCH. Frank Sinatra plays Jimmy Durante and Jimmy Durante plays his father. Very Unique, Rare and definitely Priceless……. […]

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Frank Sinatra – “My Boy Bill” (Soliloquy)

Frank Sinatra – My Boy Bill (Soliloquy) * “Soliloquy” is a 1945 song composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Written for their 1945 musical Carousel It was introduced by John Raitt. * Frank Sinatra NEXT PAGE “My Boy Bill”

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Nancy Sinatra – For My Dad

Nancy Sinatra – For My Dad This is a tribute from Nancy to her Dad. Something appropriate on Father’s Day. Take a listen…. Sinatra Quote “I would like to be remembered as a man who had a wonderful time living his life, and who had good friends, a fine family. I don’t think I could […]

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Frank Sinatra – Mack the Knife

Sinatra Mack the Knife The main character of this song is a swashbuckling thief named Macheath. He’s a dashing romantic, a gentleman pickpocket, a Robin Hood type. He is polite to the people he robs, avoids violence, and shows impeccable good manners while cheating on his wife. * Video on THE NEXT PAGE

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Frank Sinatra – “I Won’t Dance” – One of our Favorites

Frank Sinatra – I Won’t Dance * Won’t Dance” is a song featured in Frank Sinatra’s 1956 Capitol album A Swingin’ Affair!   Sinatra rerecorded this song under Reprise in 1962 album featuring Count Basie’s Orchestra, Sinatra-Basie: An Historic Musical First. This rendition was slightly longer than the original Nelson Riddle cut. This song was also, […]

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Frank Sinatra – What is America to Me – The House I Live In

Frank Sinatra “The House I Live in”  What is America to Me * In 2007, this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”. * Join us on Page Two for this Famous Clip From Wikipedia

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Frank Sinatra & Friends – Wonderful

Frank Sinatra & Friends Wonderful   *   Join us for the Wonderful video with Frank and a bunch of his friends – Loretta Lynn, Tony Bennett, Natalie Cole, Dean, Leslie Uggams, John Denver and Robert Merrill with the incomparable Nelson Riddle Conducting.   There has never been and probably will never be a performer […]

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Frank Sinatra and Louie Armstrong “Birth of the Blues”

Frank Sinatra and Louie Armstrong Birth of the Blues * This is a really great clip of Frank and Satchmo – talk about talent – these guys had it without end. Louie and Frank perform the Birth of the Blues – truly a classic and you will enjoy watching the interaction between Old Blue Eyes […]

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Frank Sinatra Special: Elvis First Appearance out of the Army – 1960

Frank Sinatra Special Elvis ‘s First Appearance out of the Army Welcome Home Elvis was a 1960 television special on ABC starring Frank Sinatra.   * The Frank Sinatra Special featured Elvis Presley in his first televised appearance since coming home from his military service in Germany. This particular Frank Sinatra show was a great […]

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Sinatra – “New York, New York” – with Video of New York City.

New York, New York – Frank Sinatra * Ole Blue Eyes singing New York, New York with a black and white video of New York City.  A classic song for a wonderful city.   If you are a Sinatra fan you just can’t get enough.  Truly One of a Kind and Irreplaceable.  * Continue to Our […]

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