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Frank Sinatra
A biography of the life and career of the legend Frank Sinatra.
# 23285 | 3,686 words | 15 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Apr 01, 2003 in Film (Artist) , Music Studies (Contemporary)


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This paper outlines the life story of the entertainer Frank Sinatra also known affectionately as Ol Blue Eyes and respectfully Chairman of the Board. It discusses how, for a first-generation Italian-American, Frank Sinatra surpassed all expectations he or his family ever had. He literally climbed to the top of the mountain of success and stayed there and even after death, he is revered. It examines some of the stories surrounding his connections to the Mafia and how he palled around with Presidents, slept with their wives, bedded practically every female star in Hollywood, had a recording career that fills a book, won an Oscar, fought for civil rights before it was a popular cause ,and helped countless people financially. It describes how he's been known as an angel of mercy, rescuing people from life and death situations and also as a brute as well, sending guys to beat up someone who fell in his disfavor. It's difficult at times to tell truth from fiction regarding Frank Sinatra. Nevertheless, one thing is certain, an absolute fact, Sinatra is a legend.

From the Paper:

"Born Francis Albert Sinatra on December 12, 1915, in Hoboken, New Jersey, he was the only child of Dolly and Anthony Martin Sinatra. He worked for the Jersey Observer unloading trucks during his teenage years (Sinatra pg). He soon became of copy boy and had aspirations of becoming a journalist. When the editor told him that copy boys "don't know enough to be reporters," Sinatra promptly enrolled in secretarial school, studying English, typing and shorthand (Sinatra pg). "

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