Starring Frank Sinatra

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Frank (magazine) - Frank Jargon
... Frank often incorporates custom jargon and phrasing in articles ... Frank also referred to many of Canada's elite in a derogatory manner based upon their personalities, name, or other unique characteristics ...
Frank - In Other Uses
... Anthe (moon) (code named "Frank"), by the Cassini Imaging Team between its discovery and its official naming FRANK (drugs), British Government drugs ...
Frank R. Paul
... Frank Rudolph Paul (April 18, 1884 - June 29, 1963) was an illustrator of US pulp magazines in the science fiction field ... A discovery of Hugo Gernsback (himself an immigrant from Luxembourg), Frank R ...
Frank (magazine) - Halifax Edition
... The idea for Frank can be traced to Halifax-area newspaper publisher David Bentley ... started a bi-weekly "gossip rag" or "scandal magazine" which they gave the name Frank ... Bentley followed a successful formula with Frank by feeding the need for sensational gossip among the rich and powerful as well as the average citizen ...
1965 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1965
... The 10th Victim (La decima vittima), starring Marcello Mastroianni and Ursula Andress - (Italy/France) 36 Hours, starring James Garner, Rod Taylor and Eva Marie Saint The ... Karl Malden, Tuesday Weld, Joan Blondell The City Under the Sea (aka War-Gods of the Deep), starring Vincent Price, Tab Hunter The Collector, directed by William Wyler, starring Terence ... Terror's House of Horrors, starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee - (U.K.) Dr ...

Famous quotes containing the words sinatra, starring and/or frank:

    And now the end is near
    And so I face the final curtain,
    I’ll state my case of which I’m certain.
    I’ve lived a life that’s full, I traveled each and ev’ry highway,
    And more, much more than this. I did it my way.
    —Frank Sinatra (b. 1915)

    But while meditating
    What we can’t or can
    Let’s keep starring man
    In the royal role.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    They robbed the Danville train.
    And the people they did say, for many miles away,
    ‘Twas the outlaws Frank and Jesse James.
    Unknown. Jesse James (l. 6–8)