Frank Sinatra, Director Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly rehearse on the set of On the Town (1949).
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Director Otto Preminger demonstrates what he wants from Kim Novak and Frank Sinatra on the set of The Man with the Golden Arm (1955).
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Promotional shots of Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra, and Vivian Blaine for Guys and Dolls (1955)! Rock n’ Roll!
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A lovely, colorful and neon-filled photo of Joseph Mankiewicz, mainly known for his work on All About Eve (1950), The Barefoot Contessa (1954) & Cleopatra (1963). He is here on the set of his musical “Guys & Dolls” (1955), a lesser-known work of his. Although Sinatra wanted the lead role all to himself that eventually went to Marlon Brando, he also stars with Jean Simmons & Vivian Blaine. And yes, Brando actually sings in the film.
Here’s the photo of the director, Joseph Mankiewicz, sitting in a seat on a crane watching unseen activity during filming of “Guys and Dolls”. Check it out if you enjoy musicals, the Sinatra-Brando combination is a guaranteed winner ! 😀
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Frank Sinatra‘s known for great films, high-profiled relationships & a golden voice. His early life has been filled with arrests.
In 1938, he was caught with a married woman, which was illegal at the time. The Bergen County police captured him in these less than flattering circumstances. The charge was later changed to adultery, and eventually dismissed.
© Bergen County mug shot of Frank Sinatra, 1938
The charge was later changed to adultery, and eventually dismissed.