From On The Town: “New York New York”

In this scene from the hit 1949 musical film On The Town, Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly and Jules Munshin sing “New York, New York”

New York, New York, it’s a wonderful town,
The Bronx up and the Battery’s down,
The people ride in a hole in the ground,
New York, New York, it’s a wonderful town

The movie On The Town is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay

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From High Society: “Mind if I Make Love to You?” By Frank Sinatra

See Frank Sinatra sing “Mind if I Make Love to You?” to Grace Kelly in this scene from the 1956 movie High Society:

“In the Heaven stars are dancing
And the mountain moon is new
What a rare night for romancing
Mind if I make love to you?

Since the dear day of our meeting
I’ve wanted to tell you all I long to do
Dawn is nearing, time is fleeting
Mind if I make love to you?”

The movie High Society is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay

You Might Also Like This: From the 1956 Movie High Society: “You’re Sensational”

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From the 1956 Movie High Society: “You’re Sensational”

Here is Frank Sinatra singing Cole Porter’s “You’re Sensational” in this scene from the 1956 movie High Society:

A thorough knowledge I’ve got about girls
I’ve been around
And after learning a lot about girls
This is the important fact I found

I’ve no proof when people say
I’m more or less aloof
But you’re sensational

The movie High Society is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay

You Might Also Like This: Frank Sinatra Sings “I Fall In Love Too Easily” from the 1945 Movie Anchors Aweigh

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Frank Sinatra Sings “I Fall In Love Too Easily” from the 1945 Movie Anchors Aweigh

Hear Frank Sinatra sing “I Fall In Love Too Easily” in this scene from his 1945 movie Anchors Aweigh:

I fall in love too easily
I fall in love too fast
I fall in love too terribly hard
For love to ever last

My heart should be well-schooled
‘Cause I’ve been fooled in the past
And still I fall in love too easily
I fall in love too fast

You Might Also Like This: Frank Sinatra Sings “You’re Awful” From the 1949 Movie On The Town

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Frank Sinatra Sings “You’re Awful” From the 1949 Movie On The Town

In this scene from his 1949 movie On the Town, Frank Sinatra sings “You’re Awful” to co-star Betty Garrett:

You’re awful,
Awful good to look at,
Awful nice to be with,
Awful sweet to have and hold.
You’re nothing,
Nothing if not lovely,
Nothing if not dazzling,
Nothing but pure gold!

The movie On the Town is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay.

You Might Also Like This: “Style” from the 1964 Movie Robin and the 7 Hoods

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“Style” from the 1964 Movie Robin and the 7 Hoods

In this scene from the 1964 movie Robin and the 7 Hoods, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin try to teach Bing Crosby some “Style”

You’ve either got or you haven’t got style.
If you got it, you stand out a mile.
A flower’s not a flower if it’s wilted,
A hat’s not a hat till it’s tilted.
You either got or you haven’t got class.
How it draws the applause of the masses.
When you wear lapels like a swell, isn’t that swell,
You can pass any mirror and smile,
You either got, or you haven’t got,
Got or you haven’t got, got or you haven’t got style.

You Might Also Like This: Frank Sinatra Sings Opera

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Frank Sinatra Sings Opera

In this scene from the 1947 movie “It Happened in Brooklyn”, Frank Sinatra and Kathryn Grayson sing a duet from Don Giovanni:

The Frank Sinatra movie It Happened in Brooklyn is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay.

You Might Also Like This: Frank Sinatra Sings “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” (1958)

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Frank Sinatra Sings “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” (1956)

From the 1956 movie High Society, hear Frank Sinatra and Celeste Holm singing “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?”

The song “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?”, like all the songs in High Society was written by the legendary Cole Porter.

The film High Society starring Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay.

You Might Also Like This: Sinatra & Crosby Sing “Well, Did You Evah” (1956)

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Sinatra & Crosby Sing “Well, Did You Evah” (1956)

Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby sing a duet of the song “Well, Did You Evah” in this scene from the 1956 movie High Society:

Along with Sinatra and Crosby, the movie High Society starred Grace Kelly and featured performances by Louis Armstrong and his band. The movie is an adaptation of the play The Philadelphia Story. The music and lyrics for the songs used in the film were written by Cole Porter.

The movie High Society is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay.

You Might Also Like This: Sinatra Sings “Boys and Girls Like You and Me” (1949)

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Sinatra Sings “The Lady is a Tramp” in Pal Joey (1957)

In this scene from the 1957 movie Pal Joey, see Frank Sinatra at the piano singing “The Lady is a Tramp”

The movie Pal Joey was based on the popular Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart musical. Although the song “The Lady is a Tramp” was written by Rodgers and Hart, it did not appear in the original stage play, but was added to the movie.

Pal Joey is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay.

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