Frank Sinatra, in his prime, made some terrific movies, but Pal Joey is my favorite. Okay, so I'm gonna tell my age and say that I remember when this movie premiered. I didn't get to see it, my Mom said it was "too mature" for me. Ha! Since that time, I've watched this delightful version of the Broadway play dozens of times. Poor Joey Evans. A down-and-out guy, a real loser, tries his luck with a supper club, thanks to the benevolent rich woman, played by Rita Hayworth. She's a former stripper who married a rich guy. Can't tell you any more of the plot, but I love the songs, and you'll get a good look at a real beauty of the times, Kim Novak. Well worth watching.