It depends on if there is a lunch involved, shopping or dog walking

Saturday 9: In the Wee Small Hours

1) Crazy Sam’s mom and dad still talk about how exciting it was to see Sinatra in Vegas! What music did/do your parents enjoy?

They were into those crazy comedy albums more than anything

2) We all know Sinatra sang, and he won an Oscar for his acting. But he also painted and was proud to sell a few canvasses anonymously (signed “Artanis”). Do you have a secret talent?
I use to be able to tie a cherry stem with my tongue. Haven’t done it in a while.

3) Those close to Sinatra maintained that every time he sang,”In the Wee Small Hours” (hear him perform it live here) he conjured up how it felt to lose his great love. Have you ever had your heart broken?
Every time a pet dies…

4) In 1966, when he was 50, Sinatra married 21 year old Mia Farrow. Their union lasted less than two years. Do you think a wide age gap necessarily dooms a romantic relationship?
She’s kinda weird and his polar opposite- that’s why it failed

5) Offstage Sinatra wore orange sweaters and liked seeing orange throw pillows in his home and dressing room because he believed “orange is the happiest color.” What color raises your spirits?

6) Frank and his loyal buddies were famously known as “The Rat Pack.” How many people do you consider close friends?
It depends on if there is a lunch involved, shopping or dog walking

7) Sinatra’s children followed their father into show business. What advice would you give a young person entering your career of choice?
Well, I’ve had more than one career choice. I’m not much of a career choice role model.

8) Legend has it that Frank was embarrassed by a scar on his face (received at birth from the forceps used in his delivery) and worked hard to cover it. Do you have a physical characteristic that you try to hide?
I actually was a forceps birth as well and I have a small scar on my lip. I haven’t thought about it in years. You just reminded me.

9) In 1964, when he first heard The Beatles, Sinatra was very dismissive. By 1970, he called the Beatles’ “Something” one of the most beautiful ballads ever. Tell us about something you changed your mind about.
Chris Cristie. A few other people in the news.



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  1. says

    Don’t you just love it when people remind you of a flaw you have fogotten?

    I too have been reconsidering Gov. Christie… hmmm

    Happy Saturday!

  2. says

    “They were into those crazy comedy albums more than anything”
    My parents used to have those comedy albums also that they hide from us kids. When we found them and listened to them it was like we found the “forbidding” fruit and it turned out that we heard worst at school.

  3. says

    I notice you have visited my blog before and I wondered if you would like to visit again and play my new meme, Tuesday Choices. I would be really grateful if you would as I don’t want to be the only person doing it!