Sinatra: Ol' Blue Eyes Remembered

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Random House Value Publishing, 1997 - Entertainers - 66 pages
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From humble beginnings in Hoboken, New Jersey, to an enduring career as a singer and showman, Frank Sinatra is a performer who towers above the rest, both in his talent and in his capacity for living exuberantly. This four-color pictorial souvenir chronicles his life and loves, family and feuds, music and movies, in color and black-and-white photographs, including rare archival fan-magazine photos, movie stills, performance shots, and candids. With closeup articles on Ava Gardner, Mia Farrow, and the infamous "Rat Pack", this is a must-have for all fans of Ol' Blue Eyes.

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