Saturday, April 4, 2015

#SinatraCentury: Let's Fall In Love and Shirley Maclaine Rule 5

It has been a busy week with Sinatra's cover of Irving Berlin's Easter Parade and a new Sinatra Documentary, but I was listening to Sirius Sinatra and could not resist posting this Cole Porter classic too:

Mark Steyn: I get a kick out of you (some Cole Porter) and a Foggy Day (in London Town) (some Gershwin)
Bob Belvedere/The Camp of the Saints: Sinatra's Best Performances 67-65 and CBS Sunday Segment
Pundette: Anything Goes (Cole Porter), a Train SongIn which Frank makes himself a pizza, and So much Sinatra and so little time

Rule 5 and FMJRA


  1. The Nikita Khrushchev and Shirley MacLaine photo is OUTSTANDING

    A good read -

    1. For those not alive at the time, Khrushchev on the set was big news.

      Of course, he made a big show of disapproving of it, but, from what I've read of him since, I think it was his contribution to show biz.

  2. The old Hollywood.

    When it was good.

    And Shirley MacLaine wasn't a Looney Tune.

    One of the most endearing numbers in movies.


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