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'Frank Sinatra' press night - London United Kingdom - Monday 20th July 2015

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Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday celebration - Los Angeles California United States - Sunday 10th May 2015

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Signs copies of the new 'Sinatra: New York' Box Set at J&R Music World. - New York City, USA - Tuesday 3rd November 2009

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*file photo* * U.S. COMEDIAN SALES DEAD American comedian SOUPY SALES has died at the age of 83. The funnyman, who famously threw pies at celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis and Shirley MacLaine, passed away on Thursday (22Oct09) at a hospice in New York. Sales entered the facility last week (begs12Oct09) and suffered from a number of health problems, according to his manager and longtime friend Dave Usher. The star appeared in several U.S. gameshows throughout his career and had his own daily children's television programme, Lunch with Soupy Sales. He is survived by two sons, Hunt Sales and Tony Sales - musicians who have played with David Bowie, Todd Rundgren and Iggy Pop - as well as his wife, former Broadway dancer, Trudy Carson. (KD/WNWA/MJ) Soupy Sales 'The Big Apple comic book, art, toy & sci-fi show' - day one, held at the Penn Plaza Pavillion. New York City, USA - 16.11.07

Madame Tussauds wax sculptures of New Jersey music legends are on display at the opening of the Jersey Shore Store - New York City, USA - Tuesday 28th July 2009

at the ESPY Awards Gifting Suite at Dodgers Stadium - Los Angeles, California - Tuesday 14th July 2009

* FOXX TO PLAY SINATRA? JAMIE FOXX has been tipped to play late Rat Pack crooner FRANK SINATRA, according to reports. Leonardo DiCaprio and Harry Connick Jr. were among the names rumoured to be in contention for the role after it was announced earlier this month (May09) that filmmaker Martin Scorsese will direct a biopic. But now African-American actor Foxx, who won an Oscar for his portrayal of Ray Charles in 2004's Ray, has emerged as the favourite to play Ol' Blue Eyes. And studio bosses are convinced Foxx has the charisma and talent to tackle the role of Sinatra, who died in 1998. An insider tells Britain's Daily Star, Jamie would seem to be born to the role. Magnificent voice, convincing acting ability - like Frank himself - born the wrong side of the tracks, makes it big against all odds, has his brush with authority. The guy's a gift. (PAW/WNTST/LR) Jamie Foxx Attends the Love Sees No Color Gala hosted by Jamie Foxx at Paramount Studios Los Angeles, California - 19.09.08

RARE MONROE PHOTOS ON SALE With her open-mouthed smile, designer sunglasses, and unmistakeable shock of blonde hair, these photos show one of the most famous faces of the 20th century at her fun-loving best. Surrounded, as ever, by a coterie of male admirers - in this case Frank Sinatra and pianist Buddy Greco - it's impossible to detect that tragedy was just days away. For these are the last ever photographs of Marilyn Monroe - and they are expected to fetch thousands of dollars in an online auction. Six ultra-rare pictures - four featuring the iconic actress and two of Sinatra - were taken at the CalNeva Resort in Nevada in the summer of 1962, just five days before her death from a barbiturates overdose on August 5. They were part of a set of 36 photos taken of Monroe and others at the resort that summer. But only six remain - the other 30 were stored in a safe-deposit box at the World Trade Center and were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks. The opening offer for the six images is set at $7,500 (£5,000) - but experts predict bids could top $100,000 (£66,000) as Monroe memorabilia collectors around the world scramble to get their hands on the rarest photos of the actress in existence. (ZN/WN)

Unveiling of the Frank Sinatra stamp in front of The Bellagio fountains - Las Vegas, Nevada - Tuesday 13th May 2008

42-cent Frank Sinatra commemorative stamp dedication ceremony held at Gotham Hall - New York City, USA - Tuesday 13th May 2008

* HOLLYWOOD'S 'MAYOR' GRANT DIES AT 84 Hollywood's honorary mayor JOHNNY GRANT has died at the age of 84. Grant - one of the movie industry's most enthusiastic supporters for over 50 years - passed away on Wednesday (09Jan08) evening in his room at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. According to Los Angeles police department Grant, who was a lifelong bachelor and permanent resident at the hotel, was found dead on his bed. His death is believed to be of natural causes. Grant started his career in 1939 hosting a local radio show in his hometown of Goldsboro, North Carolina. He went on to join the army air corp during World War II, presenting a radio programme in New York aimed at servicemen, and featuring interviews with entertainment stars of the day. After his discharge he stayed in the city working as a reporter for radio station WINS - going on to host the first national telethon with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra in 1952. In 1954 Grant moved to Hollywood, landing a role in White Christmas alongside Bing Crosby. He also had a part with William Bendix in The Babe Ruth Story before playing himself in 1966's The Oscar. Grant expanded into television and was well known for revitalising the Hollywood Christmas Parade after he signed on as a parade producer in 1978. He also hosted a variety of high profile TV shows and was awarded two coveted Emmy awards for his achievements in the industry - as well as the title of honorary mayor of Hollywood - which he was given in 1980 by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Grant was also chairman of the Hollywood Walk Of Fame Committee and oversaw the induction of over 500 stars into the legendary strip. (LR/WNWA&LT/) Johnny Grant and Vanessa Williams Vanessa Williams celebrates her birthday with a 'Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame' held at Hollywood Blvd in front of the Roosevelt Hotel Los Angeles, California - 19.03.07

* HOLLYWOOD'S 'MAYOR' GRANT DIES AT 84 Hollywood's honorary mayor JOHNNY GRANT has died at the age of 84. Grant - one of the movie industry's most enthusiastic supporters for over 50 years - passed away on Wednesday (09Jan08) evening in his room at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. According to Los Angeles police department Grant, who was a lifelong bachelor and permanent resident at the hotel, was found dead on his bed. His death is believed to be of natural causes. Grant started his career in 1939 hosting a local radio show in his hometown of Goldsboro, North Carolina. He went on to join the army air corp during World War II, presenting a radio programme in New York aimed at servicemen, and featuring interviews with entertainment stars of the day. After his discharge he stayed in the city working as a reporter for radio station WINS - going on to host the first national telethon with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra in 1952. In 1954 Grant moved to Hollywood, landing a role in White Christmas alongside Bing Crosby. He also had a part with William Bendix in The Babe Ruth Story before playing himself in 1966's The Oscar. Grant expanded into television and was well known for revitalising the Hollywood Christmas Parade after he signed on as a parade producer in 1978. He also hosted a variety of high profile TV shows and was awarded two coveted Emmy awards for his achievements in the industry - as well as the title of honorary mayor of Hollywood - which he was given in 1980 by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Grant was also chairman of the Hollywood Walk Of Fame Committee and oversaw the induction of over 500 stars into the legendary strip. (LR/WNWA&LT/) Johnny Grant and Will Smith Will Smith Handprint and Footprint Ceremony at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood Los Angeles, California - 10.12.07

* HOLLYWOOD'S 'MAYOR' GRANT DIES AT 84 Hollywood's honorary mayor JOHNNY GRANT has died at the age of 84. Grant - one of the movie industry's most enthusiastic supporters for over 50 years - passed away on Wednesday (09Jan08) evening in his room at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. According to Los Angeles police department Grant, who was a lifelong bachelor and permanent resident at the hotel, was found dead on his bed. His death is believed to be of natural causes. Grant started his career in 1939 hosting a local radio show in his hometown of Goldsboro, North Carolina. He went on to join the army air corp during World War II, presenting a radio programme in New York aimed at servicemen, and featuring interviews with entertainment stars of the day. After his discharge he stayed in the city working as a reporter for radio station WINS - going on to host the first national telethon with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra in 1952. In 1954 Grant moved to Hollywood, landing a role in White Christmas alongside Bing Crosby. He also had a part with William Bendix in The Babe Ruth Story before playing himself in 1966's The Oscar. Grant expanded into television and was well known for revitalising the Hollywood Christmas Parade after he signed on as a parade producer in 1978. He also hosted a variety of high profile TV shows and was awarded two coveted Emmy awards for his achievements in the industry - as well as the title of honorary mayor of Hollywood - which he was given in 1980 by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Grant was also chairman of the Hollywood Walk Of Fame Committee and oversaw the induction of over 500 stars into the legendary strip. (LR/WNWA&LT/) Johnny Grant and Carrie Ann Inaba arriving at Leeza's Place Care Centre opening at the Assistance League Center Los Angeles, California - 21.04.06

* HOLLYWOOD'S 'MAYOR' GRANT DIES AT 84 Hollywood's honorary mayor JOHNNY GRANT has died at the age of 84. Grant - one of the movie industry's most enthusiastic supporters for over 50 years - passed away on Wednesday (09Jan08) evening in his room at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. According to Los Angeles police department Grant, who was a lifelong bachelor and permanent resident at the hotel, was found dead on his bed. His death is believed to be of natural causes. Grant started his career in 1939 hosting a local radio show in his hometown of Goldsboro, North Carolina. He went on to join the army air corp during World War II, presenting a radio programme in New York aimed at servicemen, and featuring interviews with entertainment stars of the day. After his discharge he stayed in the city working as a reporter for radio station WINS - going on to host the first national telethon with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra in 1952. In 1954 Grant moved to Hollywood, landing a role in White Christmas alongside Bing Crosby. He also had a part with William Bendix in The Babe Ruth Story before playing himself in 1966's The Oscar. Grant expanded into television and was well known for revitalising the Hollywood Christmas Parade after he signed on as a parade producer in 1978. He also hosted a variety of high profile TV shows and was awarded two coveted Emmy awards for his achievements in the industry - as well as the title of honorary mayor of Hollywood - which he was given in 1980 by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Grant was also chairman of the Hollywood Walk Of Fame Committee and oversaw the induction of over 500 stars into the legendary strip. (LR/WNWA&LT/) JOHNNY GRANT honoured JOHNNY DEPP with a Handprint and Footprint Ceremony Grauman's Chinese Theater Los Angeles, California- 16.09.05

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