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    The definitive cover artist of the 21st century is Lady Gaga

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Dec 8, 2015

    No one owns a tribute performance like Gaga.
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    The greatest Christmas singer: Frank, Bing, or Karen?

    Type: Article | Date: Friday, Dec 4, 2015

    Your holiday parties begin tonight. Cope with them using the greatest balladeers ever.
  • Who Is The Greatest Christmas Singer? | the SNAP daily #78

    Type: Video | Date: Friday, Dec 4, 2015

    Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Jack Frost nipping at your nose. Louis tackles the big Christmas question.
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    20 years ago today: The ‘Doctor Who’ TV movie was a light in the dark 1990s

    Type: Article | Date: Friday, May 27, 2016

    Plus: ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ turns 10, U2 set off earthquake alarms, and more
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    Watch: Adam Levine's great Frank Sinatra and Michael Jackson impressions on Jimmy Fallon

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Sep 3, 2014

    Jimmy Fallon's Iggy Azalea impression? Not so great
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    20 years ago today: ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ series finale aired

    Type: Article | Date: Friday, May 20, 2016

    Plus: ‘Buffy’ ended, The Police released a hit song, and more
  • Frank Sinatra - Collector's Editon: Frank Sinatra

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 29, 2009

    Frank Sinatra - Collector's Editon: Frank Sinatra
  • Frank Sinatra - Music Of Frank Sinatra

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 29, 2009

    Frank Sinatra - Music Of Frank Sinatra
  • Frank Sinatra - Triple Feature

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 17, 2009

    Frank Sinatra - Triple Feature
  • Frank Sinatra Star Collection

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    Includes:Guys and Dolls (1955) A Hole in the Head (1959) The Manchurian Candidate (1962), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Sergeants 3 (1962) Guys and Dolls This 1955 film began life as two Runyon short stories, the most prominent of which was "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown." This material was fleshed out into a 2-act libretto by Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling, then set to music by Frank Loesser and directed by George S. Kaufman. Opening late in 1950, Guys and Dolls was one of Broadway's hottest tickets for several seasons. The plot involves a certain Broadway citizen by the name of Nathan Detroit (Frank Sinatra), who maintains the "Oldest Established Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York." Seeking a location for his latest high-stakes game, Nathan has an opportunity to rent out the Biltmore Garage, but he needs $1000 to do so. He decides to extract the money from high-rolling Sky Masterson (Marlon Brando), known for his willingness to bet on anything. Nathan wagers that Sky will not be able to talk the virginal Salvation Army lass Sarah Brown (Jean Simmons) into going on a date with him. While Sky goes to work on Sarah, Nathan endeavors to fend off his girlfriend Miss Adelaide (Vivian Blaine, repeating her Broadway role), who has developed a psychosomatic cold because of her frustrating 14-year engagement to the slippery Mr. Detroit. Thanks to some fast finagling, Sky is able to take Sarah on that date, flying to Havana for this purpose. By the time they've returned to New York, Sky and Sarah are in love, but their ardor cools off abruptly when Nathan, unable to secure the Biltmore garage, attempts to use Sarah's mission as the site of his crap game. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide A Hole in the Head Although the main character, Tony Manetta (Frank Sinatra), in this light comedy tends to tip the scales towards being unbelievably unrealistic, the story is pulled off because everyone else is convincing. Tony is a widower in need of a financial bailout for himself and his son, so he asks for help from his brother Mario (Edward G. Robinson), a wealthy New Yorker. Tony owns a small hotel in Miami Beach but his impractical ways have made it a losing proposition. After Mario and his wife (Thelma Ritter) arrive in Miami, thinking of taking custody of Tony's son, they suddenly decide to try to match Tony up with the widowed Mrs. Rogers -- maybe that will teach him some responsibility. This was one of the last movies directed by Frank Capra. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide The Manchurian Candidate An unusually tense and intelligent political thriller, The Manchurian Candidate was a film far ahead of its time. Its themes of thought control, political assassination, and multinational conspiracy were hardly common currency in 1962, and while its outlook is sometimes informed by Cold War paranoia, the film seemed nearly as timely when it was reissued in 1987 as it did on its original release. It opens with a group of soldiers whooping it up in a bar in Korea as their commander, Sgt. Raymond Shaw (Laurence Harvey), arrives to inform them that they're back on duty. These men obviously have no fondness for Shaw, and he feels no empathy for them. While on patrol, Shaw and his platoon are ambushed by Korean troops. Months later, Shaw is receiving a hero's welcome as he returns to the United States to accept the Congressional Medal of Honor, and several of the soldiers who served under Shaw repeatedly refer to him as "the bravest, finest, most lovable man I ever met." It soon becomes evident that after their capture by the Koreans, Shaw and his men were subjected to an intense program of brainwashing prior to their release. While several are troubled by bad dreams and inexplicable behavior, it's Capt. Bennett Marco (Frank Sinatra) who seems the most haunted by the experience. In time, Marco is able to piece together what happened; it seems Raymond Shaw was programmed by a shadowy cadre of Russian and Chinese agents into a killing machine who will a
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