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Francis Albert Sinatra (December 12, 1915May 14, 1998) was a famed Human singer and actor. He was closely associated with the city of Las Vegas during the middle to late part of the 20th century.

Vic Fontaine (within his holographic reality) was a friend of Sinatra's. (DS9 short story: "Second star to the right...") Fontaine regularly performed songs Sinatra had famously sung, including "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" from Sinatra's film High Society. (DS9 - Mission: Gamma novel: Cathedral)

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Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra (1915-1998) was an American singer who was one of the most highly acclaimed male popular song vocalists of all time. Renowned for his impeccable phrasing and timing, many critics place him alongside artists such as Bing Crosby, Elvis Presley and the Beatles as one of the most important popular and influential music figures of the 20th century. Sinatra also had a larger-than-life presence in the public eye, and as "The Chairman of the Board" became an American icon, known for his brash, sometimes swaggering attitude, as embodied by his signature song "My Way."

Sinatra recorded a version of "Bein' Green" in October of 1970. His 1973 album '"Ol' Blue Eyes is Back" featured four other songs composed by Joe Raposo, though they had never been used in Muppet productions. In a 1998 interview, Jerry Juhl discussed guest stars considered for The Muppet Show who never appeared, and recalled that "Frank Sinatra was another one we had really tried to bring on but never happened."[1]

References

  • The record single featuring "Tick-Tock Sick" lists Frank Sinatra as the conductor for the orchestra, in what appears to be a joking reference.
  • In The Miss Piggy Calendar 1980, the December photo shows Miss Piggy relaxing in a cabin before a roaring fire, listening to a record. The record jacket sleeve has a photo of Kermit, with the words "Ol' Goggle-Eyes is Back" -- a reference to Sinatra's 1973 album Ol' Blue Eyes is Back.

Sources

  1. McKim, D.W. and Philip Chapman. "Written in Foam: An Interview with Jerry Juhl." July 24, 1998

External links

  • Sinatra Family Official Site
  • IMDb
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