YOUNG AT HEART MOVIE CAST - PHOTOGRAPH UNSIGNED - HFSID 287609
YOUNG AT HEART MOVIE CAST Color photograph of Frank Sinatra and Doris Day sitting on a bed, looking into each other's eyes Photograph unsigned, Color 10x8. From the 1954 film Young At Heart directed by Gordon Douglas. The film stars Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Gig Young, Ethel Barrymore, Alan Hale Jr. and Dorothy Malone.
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YOUNG AT HEART MOVIE CAST
Color photograph of Frank Sinatra and Doris Day sitting on a bed, looking into each other's eyes
Photograph unsigned, Color 10x8. From the 1954 film Young At Heart directed by Gordon Douglas. The film stars Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Gig Young, Ethel Barrymore, Alan Hale Jr. and Dorothy Malone. It is a romantic musical about two men and their relationships with the Tuttle family and their three daughters. It was the first of five films that Gordon Douglas directed with Frank Sinatra. Doris Day was born on April 3, 1922, known for her wholesome, "girl-next-door" good looks and sparkling personality, "America's Sweetheart" was one of the most popular and highest paid actresses by the early 1950s. After her would-be dancing career was sidelined by an accident, Day (b. 1922) had turned to singing, first touring with bands and then introducing hit after hit in a string of romantic comedies. Nominated for an Academy Award for Pillow Talk (1959), she also brightened up the silver screen opposite such romantic leading men as Rock Hudson and Cary Grant. Her singing career was just as hot as her acting career, and her hit from the movie The ManWho Knew Too Much, "Que Sera, Sera", won an Oscar. Frank Sinatra (1915-1998) was a multi-talented actor and singer 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. Fine condition.
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