THE VINTAGE SHOT / Frank off the plane. 

THE VINTAGE SHOT / Frank off the plane. 

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THE WEEKLY GOODS

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Deep Like The Shining Stanley Kubrick’s original ending for "The Shining" and the theories on why he changed it.

In High School You was “The Man” Homie Why growing up doesn’t mean we all still don’t live like high school kids. 

It Was A Very Good Year Richard Press talks about his brief bro-mance with Frank Sinatra

Race and Rertort Salon asks the question: How would the media react to "Django Unchained" if Quentin Tarantino was white? 

Classic.
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Classic.

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Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow at Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball, New York, 1966

Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow at Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball, New York, 1966

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"Sinatra’s reputation for violence follows him not only to his own grave, but to the graves of others. On two occasions, he sets his men onto the same newspaper columnist, Lee Mortimer, because Mortimer has written unflattering remarks about him. After Mortimer’s death, Sinatra is traveling with his friend Brad Dexter when he insists they drive to his grave. As he stands on the grave, Sinatra unzips his trousers and urinates on it"
- Excerpt from "Hello Goodbye Hello" by Craig Brown
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"Sinatra’s reputation for violence follows him not only to his own grave, but to the graves of others. On two occasions, he sets his men onto the same newspaper columnist, Lee Mortimer, because Mortimer has written unflattering remarks about him. After Mortimer’s death, Sinatra is traveling with his friend Brad Dexter when he insists they drive to his grave. As he stands on the grave, Sinatra unzips his trousers and urinates on it"

- Excerpt from "Hello Goodbye Hello" by Craig Brown

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Via Letters of Note

Still feeling the strain following his hugely successful solo album debut three years previous, George Michael told the LA Times' Calendar Magazine in September of 1990 that he would be shunning the limelight prior to, and during, the decidedly low-key release of his new album,Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1; specifically there were to be very few interviews, no promotional music videos, and no tour. Many fans were understandably displeased with his approach, but the reaction of one person in particular will forever stand out.The text of the following letter - written by Mr. Frank Sinatra - appeared in the same magazine the next week.   

Via Letters of Note

Still feeling the strain following his hugely successful solo album debut three years previous, George Michael told the LA Times' Calendar Magazine in September of 1990 that he would be shunning the limelight prior to, and during, the decidedly low-key release of his new album,Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1; specifically there were to be very few interviews, no promotional music videos, and no tour. Many fans were understandably displeased with his approach, but the reaction of one person in particular will forever stand out.

The text of the following letter - written by Mr. Frank Sinatra - appeared in the same magazine the next week.   


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