A behind-the-scenes look at how Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack made a movie, did two shows a night, got a president elected and made the city of Las Vegas world famous while never letting the party stop.
A blueprint of Frank Sinatra's personal and professional life from birth to retirement. He discovers his passion for singing early on and conquers the world of music. Sinatra then moves on to his dream of being an actor, proving to Hollywood that he isn't just a novelty or gimmick on set. Watch as he hits his lowest point in his life and then rises to the very top.
First broadcast by NBC in November 1965, "Frank Sinatra: A Man and His Music" was Sinatra's first annual one-hour television special. Broadcast at a time when television was in the process of switching to full-time color programming, it is clear that television history was being made. Singing directly to the camera, Sinatra makes the viewer feel as if he is telling his story directly to them.
A Man And His Music Part II is the second annual television special. Sinatra is accompanied by his daughter Nancy and the spectacular climatic segment shows Sinatra flying through four of his hardest-swinging numbers in rapid succession.
���Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All� is the definitive account of the life, music and career of Frank Sinatra, the greatest entertainer of the 20th century. Told in his own words through extensive archive interviews, along with commentary from those closest to him, the film weaves the music and images from Sinatra�۪s life together with rarely seen footage of Sinatra�۪s famous 1971 ���Retirement Concert�
The 1981 television special featuring Frank Sinatra singing live on stage with the Count Basie Orchestra.
Frank Sinatra's career spanned more than five decades, but it was in the 1950s and 60s that he enjoyed his golden age. At the same time, an all-powerful America was also going through blessed period: leisure industries were booming, giving rise to an elegant and glamorous esthetic, from gleaming automobiles to luxurious casinos, to the fascination of the whole world.
Featuring interviews with Barbara Sinatra, Trini Lopez and many other friends and associates, and clips from more than 50 movie and television programs, Sinatra in Palm Springs brings to life the bygone charms of Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley, Frank Sinatra's primary home for almost 50 years-his playground, his refuge, his favorite place on Earth.
A barefoot contessa, a screwed-up princess, an exquisite drunk, a bawdy aristocrat, a nightmare for puritanical America and the moguls of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Ava Gardner never stopped loving those she loved. She turned women green and made men sweat. And rejected with all her force the bulwark of normality.
This first-ever U.S. release of this spectacular 1982 concert proves that even at age 66, Frank Sinatra was still the undisputed Chairman of the Board.
The Night We Called It A Day is a wonderfully crafted comedy drama based on the true story of Frank Sinatra's uproarious visit to Sydney in 1974. Told through the eyes of a battling young tour promoter, Frank Sinatra's comeback trip 'down-under' made headlines around the world. Even US President Nixon commented that he wished the saga would continue to keep him off the front page during Watergate!