Frank Sinatra

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Noun1.Frank Sinatra - United States singer and film actor (1915-1998)Frank Sinatra - United States singer and film actor (1915-1998)
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As Mary tries to kindly tell her "it's such a shame it's not done", old blue eyes chips in: "You can see it's still raw inside.
These days, however, I have become a tad biased and more selective with my music and even Old Blue Eyes can't hold a candle to my own in-house Concert King.
They were taken in June 1962 on the day Old Blue Eyes visited a UK charity for blind children.
WHAT better way to celebrate Old Blue Eyes Frank Sinatra's birthday than with a centenary concert.
Frank Sinatra: Our Way, BBC1, 7pm Seven hopefuls perform their own versions of songs made famous by Old Blue Eyes in a bid to win a slot at the great man's centenary concert.
1966 OLD Blue Eyes Frank Sinatra married actress Mia Farrow in Las Vegas.
He recorded Luck Be A Lady at the famed Capitol Studios, where Frank Sinatra, old Blue Eyes himself, recorded many of his songs.
Story is the meal was originally called seafood Alfredo but someone in the kitchen decided to jazz it up and name it after Old Blue Eyes.
They include Roman Marek as Old Blue Eyes himself Frank Sinatra, Wayne Kennedy as Dean Martin and James Junior as Sammy Davis Junior.
Old Blue Eyes is Colonel Joseph Ryan, a P-38 pilot shot down over Italy in August 1943.
Grabbing the mic off old Old Blue Eyes would be a breeze in comparison.