Frank Sinatra filmography

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Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra laughing.jpg
Sinatra in 1960
Born Francis Albert Sinatra
(1915-12-12)December 12, 1915
Hoboken, New Jersey, USA
Died May 14, 1998(1998-05-14) (aged 82)
Los Angeles, California, USA
Occupation singer, actor, film director, film producer, founder of Reprise Records
Years active As an actor: 1943-1995
Spouse(s) Nancy Barbato
(married 1939, divorced 1951)
Ava Gardner
(married 1951, divorced 1957)
Mia Farrow
(married 1966, divorced 1968)
Barbara Marx
(1976-1998)

This a list of Frank Sinatra's appearances in motion pictures, as an actor, in a cameo role and as himself, and a list of his television specials.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes and awards
1944 Higher and Higher Himself
Step Lively Glen Russell
1945 Anchors Aweigh Clarence "Brooklyn" Doolittle "I Fall In Love Too Easily" nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song and the Film Nominated for Best Picture
The House I Live In Himself Awarded Special Golden Globe and Academy Award for Merit of a Film That Speaks Up Against Racism and Anti-Semitism
1946 Till the Clouds Roll By Himself
1947 It Happened in Brooklyn Danny Webson Miller
1948 The Kissing Bandit Ricardo
The Miracle of the Bells Father Paul
1949 Take Me Out to the Ball Game Dennis Ryan
On the Town Chip
1951 Double Dynamite Johnny Dalton
1952 Meet Danny Wilson Danny Wilson
1953 From Here to Eternity Pvt. Angelo Maggio Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture
1954 Young at Heart Barney Sloan
Suddenly John Baron
1955 The Man With The Golden Arm Frankie Machine Nominated – Academy Award for Best Actor
Nominated – BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
Guys and Dolls Nathan Detroit
The Tender Trap Charlie Y. Reader
Not as a Stranger Alfred Boone Nominated – BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
Finian's Rainbow Animated musical, recorded songs with Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald, film never completed
1956 High Society Mike Connor
Johnny Concho Johnny Concho (aka Johnny Collins)
Around the World in Eighty Days Saloon pianist Cameo
Carousel Billy Bigelow Recorded two songs, walked off set when he discovered each scene was to be filmed twice, and was replaced by Gordon MacRae
Meet Me in Las Vegas Himself Cameo
1957 Pal Joey Joey Evans Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
The Joker Is Wild Joe E. Lewis "All the Way" won the Academy Award for Best Original Song
The Pride and the Passion Miguel
1958 Some Came Running Dave Hirsh
Kings Go Forth 1st Lt. Sam Loggins
1959 Never So Few Capt. Tom Reynolds
A Hole in the Head Tony Manetta "High Hopes" won the Academy Award for Best Original Song
1960 Can-Can François Durnais
Ocean's Eleven Danny Ocean
Pepe Himself Cameo
1961 The Devil at 4 O'Clock Harry
1962 The Manchurian Candidate Capt./Maj. Bennett Marco
The Road to Hong Kong Uncredited, The 'Twig' on plutomium
Sergeants 3 First-Sergeant Mike Merry
1963 4 for Texas Zack Thomas
Come Blow Your Horn Alan Baker Nominated – Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
The List of Adrian Messenger Cameo
1964 Robin and the 7 Hoods Robbo "My Kind of Town" was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song
1965 Marriage on the Rocks Dan Edwards
Von Ryan's Express Colonel Joseph L. Ryan Academy Award nominated for Best Special Effects
None But the Brave Chief Pharmacist Mate
1966 Assault on a Queen Mark Brittain
Cast a Giant Shadow Vince Talmadge
The Oscar Himself
1967 Tony Rome Tony Rome
The Naked Runner Sam Laker
1968 The Detective Det. Sgt. Joe Leland
Lady In Cement Tony Rome
1970 Dirty Dingus Magee Dingus Billy Magee
1980 The First Deadly Sin Sgt. Edward Delaney
1984 Cannonball Run II Himself
1988 Who Framed Roger Rabbit Singing Sword (voice)[1] Cameo

Producer[edit]

Year Film Notes
1956 Johnny Concho
1959 A Hole in the Head Executive producer
1961 X-15 Uncredited
1962 Sergeants 3
1964 Robin and the 7 Hoods
1965 None But the Brave
1980 The First Deadly Sin Executive producer

As a director[edit]

Year Title Production Company Other notes
1965 None But the Brave Warner Bros./Toho Also produced and starred. First Japanese/American co-production.

Documentaries, appearances as himself[edit]

Television cameos[edit]

Television series[edit]

Television specials[edit]

Television films[edit]

References[edit]