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4 for Texas (1963)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Frances Andros
Guest appearances for the Three Stooges
Anchors Aweigh (1945)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Clarence “Brooklyn” Doolittle
Featured “I Fall in Love Too Easily”
Assault on a Queen (1966)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Mark Brittain
Soundtrack by Duke Ellington
Carousel (1956)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Billy Bigelow
Frank was replaced by Gordon MacRae
Cast a Giant Shadow (1966)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Vince Talmadge
Frank plays a fighter pilot
Can Can (1960)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Francois Durnais
Come Blow Your Horn (1963)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Zack Thomas
Contract on Cherry Street (1977)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Det. Inspector Frank Hovannas
A made-for-TV movie
The Detective (1968)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Det. Sgt Joe Leland
The Devil at 4 O’Clock (1961)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Harry
Co-star with Spencer Tracy
Dirty Dingus Magee (1970)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Dingus Billy Magee
Double Dynamite (1951)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Johnny Dalton
The First Deadly Sin (1980)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Sgt. Edward Delaney
Frank’s final starring role
From Here to Eternity (1953)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Pvt. Angelo Maggio
Frank wins Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
Guys and Dolls (1955)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Nathan Detroit
Top grossing film of 1956
High Society (1956)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Mike Connor
First film with Bing Crosby
A Hole in the Head (1959)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Tony Manetta
It Happened in Brooklyn (1947)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Danny Webson Miller
Piano music provided by unseen Andre Previn
Johnny Concho (1956)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Johnny Concho
First film as a producer
The Joker is Wild (1957)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Joe E. Lewis
Featured “All the Way”
Kings Go Forth (1958)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
1st Lt. Sam Loggins
The Kissing Bandit (1948)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Ricardo
Lady in Cement (1968)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Tony Rome
Second appearance of Tony Rome
The Manchurian Candidate (1962)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Capt/Major Bennett Marco
Marriage on the Rocks (1965)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Dan Edwards
Last film with Dean Martin
Meet Danny Wilson (1952)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Danny Wilson
The Miracle of the Bells (1948)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Father Paul
The Naked Runner (1967)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Sam Laker
Shot in war-torn Berlin
Never So Few (1959)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Capt. Tom Reynolds
Credited with being the film that brought Steve McQueen to prominence
None but the Brave (1965)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Chief Pharmacist Mate
Directorial debut
Not As A Stranger (1955)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Alfred Boone
Oceans Eleven (1960)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Danny Ocean
The first of the Rat Pack movies
On the Town (1949)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Chip
Pal Joey (1957)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Joey Evans
Received four Academy Award nominations
The Pride and the Passion (1957)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Miguel
Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Robbo
Featured “My Kind of Town”
Sergeants Three (1962)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
1st Sgt. Mike Merry
Remake of Gunga Din
Some Come Running (1958)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Dave Hirsch
First film with Dean Martin
Step Lively (1944)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Glen Russell
Suddenly (1954)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
John Baron
Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Dennis Ryan
The Tender Trap (1955)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Charlie Y Reader
Tony Rome (1967)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Tony Rome
Nancy Sinatra sang the title theme
Von Ryan’s Express (1965)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Col. Joseph L Ryan
Sinatra’s highest grossing film of the 60’s
Young At Heart (1954)
   Frank Sinatra appeared as   
Barney Sloan
Frank’s only film with Doris Day


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