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... The deacon said, "It is cold weather, Frankie should have a wrapper", and handed her a ten-dollar bill, which she wrapped around the five-franc piece "to keep him warm" ... The next day, another ten-dollar bill was given by another Hartford deacon, "to buy Frankie an overcoat, as the weather had grown colder" ... from Suffield, hearing the story, said, "These are stinging nights to sleep alone Frankie must have a bedfellow", and a five-dollar gold piece was laid by his side ...
... They did not have the money to pay him, so Steph arranged a date for Mike and her mother Frankie ... Mike turned out to be a nice man, but Frankie got drunk to combat her nerves and threw up in his lap when he tried to kiss her ... To Craig's horror, Robin went out with Frankie after they met in the supermarket ...
... Frankie, a 1939 film released as Back Door to Heaven Frankie (2007 film), a French film starring Diane Kruger Frankie and Alice, a drama starring Halle ...
... Frankie Fraser (Previously Baldwin) Coronation Street character Portrayed by Debra Stephenson Duration 2004-06 First appearance 1 June 2004 Last appearance 31 December 2006 ... Glamorous Frankie met her husband Danny when she worked as a babysitter for his son Jamie ... Even though he was still married to his first wife Carol, Frankie could not resist sleeping with Danny, as she had fallen in love with him ...
... The Greatest Hits of Frankie Goes to Hollywood is a compilation album by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, released in 1993 during a spate of reissuing and remixing of Frankie Goes to Hollywood product by ZTT Records ...
Famous quotes containing the word frankie:
“Frankie mounted to the scaffold as calm as a girl can be,”
—Unknown. Frankie and Johnny (l. 85)
“Frankie and Johnny were lovers, O lordy how they could love,
Swore to be true to each other, true as the stars above;
He was her man but he done her wrong.”
—Unknown. Frankie and Johnny (l. 13)
“Frankie threw back her kimono, she took out her forty-four.
Root-a-toot-toot, three times she shot, right through that hardwood
—Unknown. Frankie and Johnny (l. 2527)