Mary Hart Interviews Frank Sr. & Frank Jr. (1989)

In this 1989 segment of Entertainment Tonight, Mary Hart interviews Frank Sinatra and Frank Sinatra Jr. at Bally’s Grand in Atlantic City, New Jersey

Frank Sinatra Jr was at the time working as the music director for his father’s shows. According to Frank Sr: “I thought it would be kind of fun to work with Frankie because he’s been around the business so long now, and we never had much chance to work together.”

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Sinatra Records “Mack the Knife” in Studio

See Frank Sinatra in studio recording “Mack the Knife” for the 1984 album L.A. is My Lady, produced by Quincy Jones

“Oh, the shark has pretty teeth, dear
And he shows ’em, pearly white
Just a jack knife has Macheath, dear
And he keeps it, keeps it way out of sight”

The Sinatra album L.A. is My Lady is available on CD from Amazon and Ebay.

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Frank Sinatra Sings “One for My Baby” Live In Spain (1992)

From his 1992 concert in Barcelona, Spain here is Frank Sinatra with “One for My Baby”

“It’s quarter to three, there’s no one in the place except you and me
So, set ’em up, Joe, I got a little story you oughta know
We’re drinkin’, my friend, to the end of a brief episode
Make it one for my baby and one more for the road”

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From the 1945 Film Anchors Aweigh: “If You Knew Susie”

Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly sing “If You Knew Susie” in this scene from the 1945 movie Anchors Aweigh

“I have got a sweetie known as Susie
In the words of Shakespeare she’s a “”wow””
Though all of you may know her, too
I’d like to shout right now”

The movie Anchors Aweigh is available on DVD from Amazon and Ebay

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“I Loved Her” by Frank Sinatra

Sinatra gives a soulful performance of the Gordon Jenkins song “I Loved Her”

“She was polo, I was race track,
She was museums, I was TV.
She did her best to change me
Though she never knew quite how,
But I loved her, almost as much as I do now.”

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Frank Sinatra on 1987 MDA Telethon – “New York, New York”

During this 1987 appearance on the MDA telethon, Frank Sinatra sings “New York, New York” in Atlantic City

“Start spreading the news
I am leaving today
I want to be a part of it
New York, New York
These vagabond shoes, are longing to stray
Right through the very heart of it
New York, New York”

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Sinatra Sings “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” on the Dean Martin Show

Don’t miss this scene from the December 21, 1967 episode of The Dean Martin Show with Frank Sinatra singing “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”

Here we are as in olden days
Happy golden days of yore
Faithful friends who are dear to us
Gather near to us once more
Through the years we all will be together
If the fates allow
So hang a shining star upon the highest bough
And have yourself a merry little Christmas now

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Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin – “A Marshmallow World” (1967)

From the 1967 Christmas episode of Dean Martin’s TV show, Dean and Frank Sinatra sing “A Marshmallow World”

Ah, it’s a marshmallow world in the winter,
When the snow comes to cover the ground.
It’s the time for play, it’s a whipped cream day,
I wait for it the whole year round!

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Frank, Tina, Nancy and Frank, Jr. – “I Wouldn’t Trade Christmas”

Join the Sinatra family–Frank, Tina, Nancy, and Frank Jr–as they sing the song “I Wouldn’t Trade Christmas”

“I wouldn’t trade Christmas, no no, never would I,
Wouldn’t trade Christmas, I love you the best,
I wouldn’t trade Christmas, no no, never would I,
Wouldn’t trade Christmas, I love you the best.”

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“It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” by Frank Sinatra

Sinatra sings “It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” on this 1957 episode of his TV show (with guest Bing Crosby):

It came upon the midnight clear,
that glorious song of old
From angels bending near the earth
to touch their harps of gold
“Peace on the earth, goodwill to men
From heavens all gracious King!”
The world in solemn stillness lay
To hear the angels sing.

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