FRANK SINATRA - DRUMHEAD SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DEAN MARTIN, JERRY LEWIS - HFSID 322006
FRANK SINATRA, DEAN MARTIN, and JERRY LEWIS A drumhead signed by the three historic music and entertainment personalities, with Sinatra signing "my love" Drumhead signed: "Dean Martin", "Jerry Lewis", "My love/Frank Sinatra", 10½ diameter. Framed with a photograph to an overall size of 18x25½.
Sale Price $2,380.00
FRANK SINATRA, DEAN MARTIN, and JERRY LEWIS
A drumhead signed by the three historic music and entertainment personalities, with Sinatra signing "my love"
Drumhead signed: "Dean Martin", "Jerry Lewis", "My love/Frank Sinatra", 10½ diameter. Framed with a photograph to an overall size of 18x25½. Multi-talented actor and singer FRANK SINATRA (1915-1998) won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1953 (as Maggio in From Here to Eternity) and Grammy Awards for Best Pop Vocal in 1959 ("Come Dance With Me"), 1965 ("It Was a Very Good Year") and 1966 ("Strangers in the Night"). After being with the Harry James Orchestra and Tommy Dorsey, Sinatra struck out on his own, becoming the hero of a generation of "bobby-soxers". "Old Blue Eyes" was popular in venues from casinos to concert halls, and his renditions of such tunes as "My Way" and "New York, New York" are inimitable classics. "The Chairman of the Board" was equally well-known for his philanthropies. He was awarded the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 1970. DEAN MARTIN (1917-1995) formed a popular comedy duo with Jerry Lewis in the 1950s. He made many popular films, including The Young Lions (1958), Rio Bravo (1959) and the popular Matt Helm spy spoofs of the 1960s. Often linked in films and Las Vegas nightclubs with other members of Frank Sinatra's "Rat Pack", Martin also recorded over 100 albums and 500 songs, including favorites "That's Amore" and "Volare", and his signature tune, "Everybody Loves Somebody". He hosted a long running TV variety show, The Dean Martin Show from 1965-1974. Born in 1926 to comedian parents, JERRY LEWIS (b. 1926) first achieved fame as part of a comedy duo with singer Dean Martin from 1946-1956. Disliked by many U.S. critics, but revered in Europe (and by many American fans) as a comic genius, Lewis starred in such films as Jumping Jacks (with Martin, 1952), The Geisha Boy (1958), The Nutty Professor (1963), The King of Comedy (1983) and Funny Bones (1995). He has directed several of his films, and is well known as the host of annual Labor Day telethons for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Not framed in Gallery of History style. Slight dents and marks on frame on top right corner. Fine condition.
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