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Frank Sinatra

Sinatra, Frank (Francis Albert Sinatra; 1915–98), U.S. singer and film star. A master of timing and communication, he achieved fame as a crooner with Tommy Dorsey's band, and then as a solo performer was a teen-age idol during World War II. He starred in several movie musicals, then became a dramatic actor of note in From Here to Eternity (1953), for which he received the Academy Award for best supporting actor, as well as other films. He remained one of the world's most popular vocalist-entertainers.

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