Sinatra at 100


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Image from the film The Man With the Golden Arm
Although he started his career as a popular singer, by the 1950s, Francis Albert Sinatra was every bit as much a movie star. He was the epitome of popular culture. His music, films, style, and attitude influenced an entire generation and his influence still ripples throughout today’s pop culture. Not only a talented artist, Sinatra utilized his global celebrity to fight bigotry and racism on a personal and international scale, speaking up for his friends and fellow artists who were often not allowed to stay in the same hotels that housed the stages on which they performed. He is, was, and will always be the Chairman of the Board. This film series celebrates the highlights of his cinematic career in honor of what would have been his 100th birthday, December 12, 2015.

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