Frank Sinatra, Jules Munshin and Gene Kelly on location in New York for "ON THE TOWN" (1949).

Frank Sinatra, Jules Munshin and Gene Kelly on location in New York for "ON THE TOWN" (1949).

Frank Sinatra relaxes while recording at Capitol Records, Los Angeles

Frank Sinatra: coolness personified

Best mug shot ever taken: Ol Blue Eyes, himself. Frank Sinatra.

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Frank Sinatra, Humphrey Bogart, and Lauren Bacall. Iconic picture.

We all knew about Bacall and Sinatra but hoped Bogie wouldn't find out

Birthday of Ol’ Blue Eyes - Frank Sinatra: Dec. 12, 1915 - 1998…    American jazz vocalist/crooner, actor, Rat Pack’er and good friend to many a mobster…

Birthday of Ol’ Blue Eyes - Frank Sinatra: Dec. 12, 1915 - 1998… American jazz vocalist/crooner, actor, Rat Pack’er and good friend to many a mobster…

Frank Sinatra/....Frank's signature song is New York, but it seems he spent an enormous amount of time in Las Vegas. That didn't fit in a song so well!

Frank Sinatra/....Frank's signature song is New York, but it seems he spent an enormous amount of time in Las Vegas. That didn't fit in a song so well!

Take Me Out to the Ball Game is a 1949 Technicolor musical film starring Frank Sinatra, Esther Williams, and Gene Kelly. The movie was directed by Busby Berkeley. The title and nominal theme is taken from the unofficial anthem of American baseball, "Take Me Out to the Ball Game". The movie was released in the United Kingdom as Everybody's Cheering.

Take Me Out to the Ball Game is a 1949 Technicolor musical film starring Frank Sinatra, Esther Williams, and Gene Kelly. The movie was directed by Busby Berkeley. The title and nominal theme is taken from the unofficial anthem of American baseball, "Take Me Out to the Ball Game". The movie was released in the United Kingdom as Everybody's Cheering.

Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby. High society #bing #sinatra #hollywood

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Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe (center) cuddle up while having drinks with Peter Lawford and his wife Patricia Kennedy, as well as Swedish star Mai Britt (right)

Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe in never-before-seen photos

Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe (center) cuddle up while having drinks with Peter Lawford and his wife Patricia Kennedy, as well as Swedish star Mai Britt (right)

Frank Sinatra as Charlie Reader in The Tender Trap, 1955

Frank Sinatra as Charlie Reader in The Tender Trap, 1955

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