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  • LIGHT UP TIME STARRING FRANK SINATRA AND DOROTHY KIRSTEN (RADIO)

    (April 26, 1950)

    One in this daily music series starring crooner Frank Sinatra and lyric soprano Dorothy Kirsten. Sinatra begins with "Somebody Loves Me" and then introduces Kirsten, who asks him, "How's the old singing string bean?" "What am I, a man or a menu?" he replie...

  • FRANK SINATRA SHOW, THE: HAPPY HOLIDAYS WITH BING AND FRANK (TV)

    (December 20, 1957)

    One in this series of programs, alternating between variety and drama, and featuring Frank Sinatra. In this musical installment, guest star Bing Crosby joins Sinatra for a selection of Christmas favorites. Highlights include the following: Sinatra and Cros...

  • COME SWING WITH ME {FRANK SINATRA IN CONCERT} (RADIO)

    (December 12, 1988)

    This special program features Frank Sinatra performing at a concert at the Reunion Arena in Dallas. Before the concert begins, Larry King reviews Sinatra's career, including Sinatra's first on-air appearance, his work with the Tommy Dorsey Band, the Colum...

  • TEXACO STAR THEATER {STARRING MILTON BERLE} {FRANK SINATRA, GEORGIA GIBBS, LON CHANEY} (TV)

    (November 28, 1950)

    Milton Berle arrives driving a stagecoach and welcomes Frank Sinatra. Berle and Sinatra perform in a mad-scientist skit with Lon Chaney....

  • LIGHT UP TIME STARRING FRANK SINATRA AND DOROTHY KIRSTEN (RADIO)

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    One in this daily music series starring crooner Frank Sinatra and lyric soprano Dorothy Kirsten. This is a rebroadcast of a program that aired on 28 December 1949. Sinatra opens by singing "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams" and "Be Goodie Good Good to Me." He ...

  • LIGHT UP TIME STARRING FRANK SINATRA AND DOROTHY KIRSTEN (RADIO)

    (1950/04/xx)

    One in this daily music series starring crooner Frank Sinatra and lyric soprano Dorothy Kirsten. This is a rebroadcast of a program that originally aired on NBC in April 1950. Sinatra begins with "American Beauty Rose." Kirsten then sings "Kiss Me Again" w...

  • FRANK SINATRA SHOW, THE {JEANNIE CARSON} (TV)

    (February 07, 1958)

    One in this series of programs intended to have a format rotating weekly between variety drama, and hosted by or featuring Frank Sinatra. Highlights of this musical variety program include the following: Sinatra singing "South of the Border" and "They Can'...

  • FRANK SINATRA SHOW, THE {JACKIE GLEASON} (TV)

    (February 03, 1951)

    One in this series of musical/variety programs hosted by Frank Sinatra. This episode guest-stars comedian Jackie Gleason. Gleason swindles Sinatra into purchasing a hunting lodge from him and they drive up for a visit. After an arduous trip they reach t...

  • FRANK SINATRA SHOW, THE {VAN JOHNSON} (TV)

    (February 28, 1958)

    One in this series of programs intended to have a format rotating weekly between variety and drama, and hosted by or featuring Frank Sinatra. Highlights of this musical variety program include the following: Sinatra singing "Come Fly With Me"; a skit with ...

  • FRANK SINATRA SHOW, THE {JOEY BISHOP, EYDIE GORME} (TV)

    (March 14, 1958)

    One in this series of programs intended to have a format rotating weekly between variety and drama, and hosted by or featuring Frank Sinatra. Highlights of this musical variety program include the following: Sinatra singing "It Happened in Monterey"; Joey ...

  • FRANK SINATRA SHOW, THE (ETHEL MERMAN) (TV)

    (April 25, 1958)

    One in this series of programs intended to have a format rotating weekly between variety and drama, and hosted by or featuring Frank Sinatra. Highlights of this musical variety program include the following: Merman singing "Zing Went the Strings of My He...

  • LIGHT UP TIME STARRING FRANK SINATRA AND DOROTHY KIRSTEN (RADIO)

    (1950/04/xx)

    One in this daily music series starring crooner Frank Sinatra and lyric soprano Dorothy Kirsten. Sinatra opens this edition with a joke about his characteristic slenderness, telling the audience that New York's famed Luchow's Restaurant pays him to tell pe...

  • MAKE-BELIEVE BALLROOM, THE: SALUTE TO FRANK SINATRA, PT. 4 {70TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION} (RADIO)

    (December 12, 1985)

    Continued from R87:0901. Part four of four. One in this series of music/interview programs. Hosted by William B. Williams, this program salutes Frank Sinatra on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Williams provides commentary about Sinatra's life and ca...

  • FRANK SINATRA SHOW, THE {NATALIE WOOD, PAT SUZUKI} (TV)

    (May 23, 1958)

    One in this series of programs intended to have a format rotating weekly between variety and drama, and hosted by or featuring Frank Sinatra. Program highlights include the following: Sinatra opening with "Night and Day"; Suzuki singing "From This Moment o...

  • FRANK SINATRA SHOW, THE {FRED ALLEN} (RADIO)

    (March 14, 1945)

    One in this weekly series featuring the crooning of popular singing idol Frank Sinatra. Sinatra and the Ken Lane Singers begin this installment with a rendition of "The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else." Sinatra then chats with announcer Bill Goodwin ab...

  • LIGHT UP TIME STARRING FRANK SINATRA AND DOROTHY KIRSTEN (RADIO)

    (1950)

    One in this daily music series starring crooner Frank Sinatra and lyric soprano Dorothy Kirsten. This is an edited version of a program that originally ran on NBC on April 24, 1950. Sinatra opens with "This Can't Be Love." Kirsten then congratulates Sinatr...

  • FRANK SINATRA SHOW, THE {EDIE ADAMS, STAN FREBERG} (TV)

    (March 07, 1958)

    One in this series of programs intended to have a format rotating weekly between variety drama, and hosted by or featuring Frank Sinatra. Highlights of this musical variety program include the following: Sinatra sings "I'm Gonna Live Until I Die"; Edie Ada...

  • YOUR ALL-TIME HIT PARADE {FRANK SINATRA} (RADIO)

    (September 17, 1944)

    One in this offshoot series of the famous "Your Hit Parade," sponsored by Lucky Strike and offering popular musical standards rather than topical music. In this version, the Sentimentalists perform "I've Got Rings on My Fingers," followed by "I Can't Give ...

  • DINAH SHORE CHEVY SHOW, THE {FRANK SINATRA, DIZZY DEAN, THE SKYLARKS} (TV)

    (October 05, 1956)

    One in this series of music/variety programs hosted by Dinah Shore. In this episode, Shore opens by singing the memorably-titled "He'd Have to Get Under - Get Out and Get Under (to Fix Up His Automobile)" and welcomes guest star Frank Sinatra, and they sin...

  • SINATRA {1969 TV SPECIAL} (TV)

    (November 05, 1969)

    A television special featuring performances from Frank Sinatra. Highlights include: Sinatra performing ?For Once in My Life?; ?Please Be Kind?; ?My Way?; a selection of clips from Sinatra?s films, including ?Higher and Higher,? ?High...