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List of Frank Sinatra Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. None But the Brave (1965)
42
7
None But the Brave
42
7
Starring:
Tatsuya Mihashi, Takeshi Katô, Homare Suguro, Kenji Sahara
Directed By:
Frank Sinatra
2. The Man with the Golden Arm (1955)
51
8
The Man with the Golden Arm
TV-14
51
8

The Man with the Golden Arm is an American drama film which tells the story of Frankie Machine, a heroin addict, who is released from jail. He struggles to avoid slipping back into addiction, and meanwhile, he also tries to rebuild his life.

Role:
Frankie Machine
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Kim Novak, Arnold Stang, Darren McGavin
Directed By:
3. Von Ryan's Express (1965)
60
11
Von Ryan's Express
60
11

This war action adventure film takes us to the Second World War and it revolves around Colonel Ryan, a US Army Air Corps pilot, who finds himself captured by the enemy. Now, he must win the support of the British prisoners of war, so that they can plan a daring escape together.

Role:
Col. Joseph L. Ryan
Starring:
James Brolin, Trevor Howard, Raffaella Carrà, Brad Dexter, Sergio Fantoni
Directed By:
Mark Robson
4. The Joker Is Wild (1957)
31
6
The Joker Is Wild
31
6

A musical biopic, this movie traces the life of the famous singer and comedian Joe E. Lewis. When a young Lewis refuses to sing for a club, its owner has his vocal cords cut. Years later, with encouragement from his girlfriend Letty Page, he succeeds in becoming a comedian. However, his drinking and gambling habits create problems for him.

Role:
Joe E. Lewis
Starring:
Directed By:
Charles Vidor
5. From Here to Eternity (1953)
94
17
From Here to Eternity
TV-PG
94
17

The movie follows the lives and love interests of three US Army soldiers deployed in Hawaii and is set in the months leading up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. This Academy Award-winning American war drama-romance is based on a 1951 novel of the same name.

Role:
Angelo Maggio
Directed By:
Fred Zinnemann
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor
6. The Manchurian Candidate (1962)
108
20
The Manchurian Candidate
108
20

Towards the end of the Korean War, a platoon of captured US soldiers is taken to Manchuria by their captors. Three days later, Staff Sergeant Raymond Shaw and Captain Bennett Marco return to UN lines and eventually to the USA to a hero’s welcome. But very soon, Marco starts having terrible nightmare, unaware that he has been brainwashed by the communists. 

Role:
Major Bennett Marco
Starring:
Directed By:
John Frankenheimer
7. High Society (1956)
48
9
High Society
48
9

A musical remake of the 1940 film The Philadelphia Story, which itself was based on a play of the same name, this film tells the story of a famed jazz musician, who attempts to regain the affection of his ex-wife, after she decides to get married to another man.

Role:
Mike Connor
Starring:
Directed By:
Charles Walters
8. Sinatra (1969)
10
4
Sinatra
10
4
Role:
Himself - Host / Performer
Starring:
Ray Brown
Directed By:
Tim Kiley
10. Pal Joey (1957)
39
11
Pal Joey
39
11
Role:
Joey Evans
Starring:
Robert Reed, Rita Hayworth, Kim Novak, Barbara Nichols, Bobby Sherwood
Directed By:
George Sidney
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Comedy or Musical
11. Guys and Dolls (1955)
49
15
Guys and Dolls
49
15

A gambler in New York is challenged to take a female missionary to Havana. However, they fall for each other on the way.

Role:
Nathan Detroit
Starring:
Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Vivian Blaine, Robert Keith
Directed By:
12. On the Town (1949)
42
12
On the Town
42
12

Gabey, Chip and Ozzie are three sailors who are on a 24-hour leave in New York City, and they decide to make every second count. However, things get complicated when all three of them fall in love with three different women.

Role:
Chip
Starring:
Gene Kelly, Judy Holliday, Bea Benaderet, Betty Garrett, Ann Miller, Jules Munshin
Directed By:
13. Some Came Running (1958)
27
6
Some Came Running
27
6

Dave Hirsh is a former writer and war veteran who returns to his hometown after many years. He is accompanied by Ginnie, a woman who is in love with him. He meets his older brother Frank, who invites him for dinner. Frank introduces him to Gwen, a teacher, to teach him French. Over time, Dave feels attracted to Gwen but unfortunately Gwen doesn’t feel the same way. Things get complicated when Dave gets involved with gangsters.

Role:
Dave Hirsh
Starring:
Marion Ross, Dean Martin, Shirley MacLaine, Martha Hyer, Arthur Kennedy
Directed By:
14. Anchors Aweigh (1945)
26
8
Anchors Aweigh
TV-G
26
8

Anchors Weigh is a comedy fantasy film which revolves around the adventures of a pair of sailors who are on a holiday.

Role:
Clarence Doolittle
Starring:
Gene Kelly, Kathryn Grayson, José Iturbi, Dean Stockwell
Directed By:
George Sidney
15. Young at Heart (1954)
36
11
Young at Heart
36
11
Role:
Barney Sloan
Starring:
Doris Day, Ethel Barrymore, Gig Young, Dorothy Malone
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
16. Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1949)
21
9
Take Me Out to the Ball Game
21
9
Role:
Dennis Ryan
Starring:
Gene Kelly, Esther Williams, Betty Garrett, Edward Arnold
Directed By:
Busby Berkeley
17. The Devil at 4 O'Clock (1961)
19
6
The Devil at 4 O'Clock
19
6
Role:
Harry
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Kerwin Mathews, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Grégoire Aslan
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
18. Kings Go Forth (1958)
14
6
Kings Go Forth
14
6
Role:
1st Lt. Sam Loggins
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Tony Curtis, Leora Dana, Karl Swenson
Directed By:
Delmer Daves
19. Lady in Cement (1968)
16
5
Lady in Cement
R
16
5
Role:
Tony Rome
Starring:
Raquel Welch, Richard Conte, Martin Gabel, Lainie Kazan
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
20. The Miracle of the Bells (1948)
13
5
The Miracle of the Bells
13
5

Hollywood press agent Bill Dunnigan arrives in the home town of actress Olga Treskovna with her body to honor her last request of being buried there. But he meets with hostility and lacks the funds. Desperate to honor her wishes, he convinces the churches to ring the bells for three days and prays for a miracle. 

Role:
Father Paul
Starring:
Fred MacMurray, Alida Valli, Lee J. Cobb, Harold Vermilyea
Directed By:
Irving Pichel
21. The List of Adrian Messenger (1963)
12
6
The List of Adrian Messenger
12
6
Role:
Gypsy
Starring:
Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, George C. Scott, John Huston, Tony Curtis, Burt Lancaster
Directed By:
22. Not as a Stranger (1955)
10
4
Not as a Stranger
10
4
Role:
Alfred Boone
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Carl Switzer, Lee Marvin, Olivia de Havilland, Robert Mitchum, Gloria Grahame
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer
23. Come Blow Your Horn (1963)
14
7
Come Blow Your Horn
14
7

Alan Baker works for his father’s artificial-fruit company and is a carefree ladies’ man who never lets anything ruin a good time. When his brother Buddy moves in with him, Alan teaches him all his tricks. But a violent confrontation with a jealous husband forces Alan to reconsider his life choices.

Role:
Alan Baker
Starring:
Norman Lear, Dean Martin, Lee J. Cobb, Molly Picon, Barbara Rush, Jill St. John
Directed By:
Bud Yorkin
24. Contract on Cherry Street (1977)
9
7
Contract on Cherry Street
9
7
Role:
Dep. Insp. Frank Hovannes
Starring:
Martin Balsam, Jay Black, Verna Bloom, Joe De Santis
Directed By:
William A. Graham
25. Dirty Dingus Magee (1970)
10
7
Dirty Dingus Magee
GP
10
7

Hoke Birdsill arrives in Yerkey's Hole demanding justice after being robbed by Dingus Magee. The town’s mayor, Belle Nops, who is also the owner of the local bordello makes him sheriff. After several battles of one-upmanship with each other, Magee and Birdsill team up to bring the bordello down. 

Role:
Dingus Billy Magee
Starring:
George Harris Kennedy, Jr, George Kennedy, Anne Jackson, Lois Nettleton, Jack Elam
Directed By:
Burt Kennedy
26. It Happened in Brooklyn (1947)
10
7
It Happened in Brooklyn
10
7

Danny Miller returns to Brooklyn after World War II to gain a successful career as a singer. He meets music teacher, Anne Fielding, and develops feelings for her. But when Danny's shy friend and heir to a duke, Jamie Shellgrove, comes to live with him, a romantic chemistry develops between Anne and Jamie. 

Role:
Danny Webson Miller
Starring:
Jimmy Durante, Kathryn Grayson, Peter Lawford, Gloria Grahame
Directed By:
Richard Whorf
27. Suddenly (1954)
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12
Suddenly
24
12
Role:
John Baron
Starring:
Sterling Hayden, James Gleason, Nancy Gates, Kim Charney
Directed By:
Lewis Allen
28. Reveille with Beverly (1943)
6
5
Reveille with Beverly
6
5
Starring:
Ann Miller, William Wright, Dick Purcell, Franklin Pangborn
Directed By:
Charles Barton
29. Ocean's Eleven (1960)
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13
Ocean's Eleven
22
13

Recently paroled con artist dapper Danny Ocean, the man who believes in action, rolls out another plan. Following three rules: Not to steal from the ones who don't deserve it, play the game like you have nothing to lose and not to hurt anyone, he orchestrates the most avant-garde heist in history. Will he succeed?

Role:
Danny Ocean
Starring:
Dean Martin, Angie Dickinson, Red Skelton, Shirley MacLaine, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford
Directed By:
Lewis Milestone
30. The Detective (1968)
14
5
The Detective
14
5
Role:
Joe Leland
Starring:
Lee Remick, Robert Duvall, Jack Klugman, Jacqueline Bisset, Ralph Meeker, Horace McMahon
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
31. Tony Rome (1967)
11
4
Tony Rome
11
4
Role:
Tony Rome
Starring:
Gena Rowlands, Jill St. John, Richard Conte, Simon Oakland
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
32. Meet Danny Wilson (1951)
7
3
Meet Danny Wilson
7
3

Danny Wilson, and his partner, Mike, are two small-time singers. One night, they meet an entertainer named Joy Carroll, who gets them a job at a nightclub which is owned by Nick Driscoll. However, Nick wants half of Danny’s future income. Danny agrees and soon his career reaches new heights.

Role:
Danny Wilson
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Raymond Burr, Alex Nicol, Vaughn Taylor
Directed By:
Joseph Pevney
33. Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964)
9
5
Robin and the 7 Hoods
9
5

The murder of boss Big Jim Stevens leaves a void at the top. Gisborne - the one who planned Stevens' murder, takes over. But Stevens always treated Robbo like his son and wanted him to succeed him whenever the time was right. This triggers a gangland war. Jim's sophisticated and beautiful daughter, Marian Stevens, intervenes, but she has her own ulterior motives.

Role:
Robbo
Starring:
Peter Falk, Edward G. Robinson, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, Sammy Davis Jr.
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
34. Cast a Giant Shadow (1966)
9
4
Cast a Giant Shadow
9
4
Starring:
Yul Brynner, Chaim Topol, John Wayne, Michael Douglas, Kirk Douglas, Angie Dickinson, Senta Berger
Directed By:
Melville Shavelson
35. A Hole in the Head (1959)
7
4
A Hole in the Head
7
4
Role:
Tony Manetta
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Carolyn Jones, Eleanor Parker, Edward G. Robinson, Thelma Ritter
Directed By:
Frank Capra
36. Till the Clouds Roll By (1946)
7
4
Till the Clouds Roll By
7
4
Starring:
Judy Garland, Lena Horne, Dinah Shore, Angela Lansbury, June Allyson, Lucille Bremer, Kathryn Grayson
Directed By:
37. Around the World in 80 Days (1956)
25
14
Around the World in 80 Days
25
14

Around the World in 80 Days is an Oscar winning adventure comedy film which is based on a novel of the same name by Jules Verne. The story revolves around Phileas Fogg, an English gentleman, living in the 19th century, who makes a bet that he can travel around the world in eighty days.  Along with his French valet Passepartout, he sets out on an adventurous journey.

Starring:
David Niven, Peter Lorre, John Carradine, Cantinflas, Sir John Mills, John Gielgud, Buster Keaton
Directed By:
38. The Shining Future (1944)
5
3
The Shining Future
5
3
Starring:
Bing Crosby, Cary Grant, Charles Ruggles, Olive Blakeney, Jack Carson, Benny Goodman
Directed By:
LeRoy Prinz
39. Can-Can (1960)
11
7
Can-Can
11
7
Role:
François Durnais
Starring:
Maurice Chevalier, Louis Jourdan, Shirley MacLaine, Juliet Prowse
Directed By:
Walter Lang
40. Higher and Higher (1943)
5
4
Higher and Higher
5
4

Higher and Higher is a romantic comedy drama musical film which revolves around Cyrus Drake, a piano manufacturer who used to be a millionaire, but is currently going through bankruptcy. He is unable to pay his household staff for seven months. When his wife and daughter is on a long trip abroad, they all plan a scheme to pass off the attractive maid as his daughter, so that she can be married off to a rich man. Millie is however in love with Mike, one of the servants.  

Role:
Frank
Starring:
Mary Wickes, Victor Borge, Michèle Morgan, Jack Haley, Leon Errol, Marcy McGuire
Directed By:
Tim Whelan
41. Step Lively (1944)
5
4
Step Lively
5
4
Role:
Glenn Russell
Starring:
George Murphy, Adolphe Menjou, Gloria DeHaven, Walter Slezak
Directed By:
Tim Whelan
42. Sergeants 3 (1962)
6
4
Sergeants 3
6
4

Mike, Chip, and Larry are three U.S. Cavalry sergeants stationed in a Native American Territory in 1870. They join forces with former slave Jonah, who wants to become trooper, to fight a battle against a Native American chief who has united other Native Americans to destroy the invading American army. 

Role:
First Sgt. Mike Merry
Starring:
Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, Joey Bishop
Directed By:
John Sturges
43. Double Dynamite (1951)
5
4
Double Dynamite
5
4

Johnny Dalton, a poor bank teller, wants to marry his doting girlfriend, Mildred ‘Mibs’ Goodhue, but lacks the funds. When he saves a bookie named Harris from attackers, Harris gives Johnny the chance to earn ample money by betting on fixed races. Unfortunately, Johnny becomes a suspect for a bank robbery and must seek his friend Emile’s help. 

Role:
Johnny Dalton
Starring:
Jane Russell, Groucho Marx, Don McGuire, Howard Freeman
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
44. The Naked Runner (1967)
6
4
The Naked Runner
6
4
Role:
Sam Laker
Starring:
Peter Vaughan, Derren Nesbitt, Nadia Gray, Toby Robins
Directed By:
Sidney J. Furie
45. Never So Few (1959)
8
5
Never So Few
8
5
Role:
Capt. Tom Reynolds
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Steven McQueen, Gina Lollobrigida, Mako Iwamatsu, George Takei, Peter Lawford, Steve McQueen
Directed By:
John Sturges
46. The First Deadly Sin (1980)
8
4
The First Deadly Sin
R
8
4
Role:
Edward Delaney
Starring:
Faye Dunaway, James Whitmore, Bruce Willis, David Dukes, George Coe
Directed By:
Brian G. Hutton
47. A New Kind of Love (1963)
5
4
A New Kind of Love
5
4

Samantha Blake, a ladies fashion buyer, doesn’t want to romance due to her past experience. Steve Sherman is a womanizing newspaper reporter who first meets her on a flight to Paris and later mistakes her for a high class prostitute after she undergoes a makeover in the city. The encounter turns from simple fun to something more serious when the two genuinely fall for each other.

Starring:
Eva Gabor, Joanne Woodward, Paul Newman, Maurice Chevalier, Thelma Ritter
Directed By:
Melville Shavelson
48. Johnny Concho (1956)
5
5
Johnny Concho
5
5

Brother of a notorious gunfighter, Johnny Concho takes advantage of his position to bully the townsfolk of Cripple Creek. However, when Tallman arrives, claiming to have killed Concho's brother and who treats people worse than Concho, he has no option left than to muster courage and stand up for himself and the people of his town. Concho now has to earn the respect of Cripple Creek by fighting Tallman.

Role:
Johnny Concho / Johnny Collins
Starring:
Claude Akins, Keenan Wynn, William Conrad, Phyllis Kirk, Wallace Ford
Directed By:
Don McGuire
49. Marriage on the Rocks (1965)
5
4
Marriage on the Rocks
5
4

Workaholic Dan Edwards fails to notice or compliment his wife Valerie after nineteen years of marriage. When they end up getting divorced on their second honeymoon in Mexico, Valerie ends up accidentally getting married to Dan’s second in command Ernie. All things are restored at the end of this comedy of errors. 

Role:
Dan Edwards
Starring:
Nancy Sinatra, Dean Martin, Deborah Kerr, Cesar Romero, Hermione Baddeley
Directed By:
Jack Donohue
50. The Pride and the Passion (1957)
6
5
The Pride and the Passion
6
5
Role:
Miguel
Starring:
Sophia Loren, Cary Grant, Theodore Bikel, John Wengraf
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer
51. Assault on a Queen (1966)
7
4
Assault on a Queen
7
4

When treasure hunters Rosa Lucchesi and Vic Rossiter, with diver, Mark Brittain, and ex-U-boat officer, Eric Lauffnauer, find a sunken WWII German submarine, they plan to use it to rob the British cruise-liner HMS Queen Mary on the high seas. As Mark and Vic vie for Rosa’s affection, the group tries to pull the dangerous heist. Do they succeed in their plan? 

Role:
Mark Brittain
Starring:
Virna Lisi, Anthony Franciosa, Richard Conte, Alf Kjellin
Directed By:
Jack Donohue
52. Pepe (1960)
5
4
Pepe
5
4

Ranch hand Pepe’s world is turned upside down when alcoholic Hollywood director Mr.Holt buys his beloved friend, a white stallion from its owner. Pepe then goes on an extraordinary adventure through Hollywood, meeting celebrities like Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante, Zsa Zsa Gabór, Bing Crosby, and others before being reunited with his beloved stallion. 

Starring:
Bobby Darin, Greer Garson, Jack Lemmon, Maurice Chevalier, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Cantinflas, Donna Reed
Directed By:
George Sidney
53. 4 for Texas (1963)
11
8
4 for Texas
11
8
Role:
Zack Thomas
Starring:
Ursula Andress, Anita Ekberg, Larry Fine, Arthur Godfrey, Charles Bronson, Dean Martin
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
54. The Kissing Bandit (1948)
5
6
The Kissing Bandit
5
6
Role:
Ricardo
Starring:
Kathryn Grayson, J. Carrol Naish, Mildred Natwick, Mikhail Rasumny
Directed By:
Laslo Benedek
55. Cannonball Run II (1984)
12
12
Cannonball Run II
PG
12
12

Cannonball Run II is an action comedy film which revolves around an illegal cross-country race, where the participants race on various vehicles, hoping to win a million dollar prize.

Role:
Frank
Starring:
Burt Reynolds, Don Knotts, Marilu Henner, Tony Danza, Sid Caesar, Abe Vigoda, Charles Nelson Reilly
Directed By:
Hal Needham

TV Shows

The Colgate Comedy Hour
8
2
The Colgate Comedy Hour
8
2
Starring:
Scatman Crothers, Jerry Lewis, Art Carney, Harpo Marx, Peggy Lee, Mel Blanc, Ethel Merman
Directed By:
Fred Hamilton, Ernest D. Glucksman, Jim Jordan, Kingman T. Moore, Bud Yorkin
Producers' Showcase
7
2
Producers' Showcase
7
2
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Henry Fonda, Mickey Rooney, Lauren Bacall, Joel Grey, Fredric March, Paulette Goddard
Magnum, P.I.
34
12
Magnum, P.I.
34
12
Starring:
Ian McShane, Phil Hartman, Tom Selleck, James Doohan, Mimi Rogers, Carol Burnett, John Ratzenberger
Directed By:
The Frank Sinatra Show
8
2
The Frank Sinatra Show
8
2
Role:
Himself - Host
Starring:
Shemp Howard, Larry Fine
Directed By:
Jack Donohue, John Peyser
The Frank Sinatra Show
7
2
The Frank Sinatra Show
7
2
Role:
Himself - Host
Starring:
Lloyd Bridges, Cloris Leachman, Anne Bancroft, Peggy Lee
Directed By:
Frank Sinatra, Kirk Browning, Jack Donohue
The Thin Man
6
3
The Thin Man
6
3
Role:
 Neighbor (uncredited) 1 episode, 1958
Starring:
Don Rickles, Werner Klemperer, Gavin MacLeod, Frances Bavier, Marion Ross, Mary Wickes, Peter Lawford
Directed By:
Oscar Rudolph, Don Weis, William Asher, Andrew McCullough, Richard Kinon

Director

None But the Brave (1965)
10
5
None But the Brave
10
5
Starring:
Tatsuya Mihashi, Takeshi Katô, Homare Suguro, Kenji Sahara
Directed By:
Frank Sinatra

Narrator/Dubbing

Paris - When It Sizzles (1964)
10
6
Paris - When It Sizzles
10
6

Paris- When It Sizzles is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a young assistant of a Hollywood screenwriter, who tries to come up with a way to help him overcome his writer’s block.

Role:
Frank Sinatra (singing voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Audrey Hepburn, Mel Ferrer, William Holden, Tony Curtis, Grégoire Aslan, Raymond Bussières
Directed By:
Richard Quine

Special Appearance/Cameo

Ship Ahoy (1942)
9
5
Ship Ahoy
9
5

A Broadway dancer, who has been hired to perform on an ocean liner heading for Rio, unwittingly gets involved in a plot to smuggle out a prototype explosive mine for the Nazis. On the ship, she meets a pup fiction writer and although the two hit off initially they later fall apart. But by then their bags get switched.  

Role:
Frank Sinatra (uncredited)
Starring:
Red Skelton, Eleanor Powell, Bert Lahr, Virginia O'Brien
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
The Road to Hong Kong (1962)
17
11
The Road to Hong Kong
17
11
Role:
The 'Twig' on Plutomium (uncredited)
Starring:
Bob Hope, Joan Collins, Peter Sellers, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby, David Niven
Directed By:
Norman Panama
Meet Me in Las Vegas (1956)
9
6
Meet Me in Las Vegas
9
6

Yearly, rancher Chuck Rodwell travels to Las Vegas for gambling, but invariably ends up losing. Maria Corvier is the ballet-dancer at ‘Sand’s’ where Chuck discovers that she is lucky for him as he wins whenever he holds her hands. Aspiring for stardom, Maria is indifferent initially; but gradually they fall in love. Will they continue to hold hands up to the altar?  

Role:
Man at Slot Machine (uncredited)
Starring:
Pier Angeli, George Chakiris, Agnes Moorehead, Peter Lorre, Lena Horne, Debbie Reynolds, Dan Dailey
Directed By:
Roy Rowland
The Road to Victory (1944)
5
4
The Road to Victory
5
4

The Road to Victory is a short drama film which takes a look at how Hollywood stars try to increase the sales of war bonds by singing and entertaining the viewers, during the time of the Second World War. 

Role:
Frank Sinatra (uncredited)
Starring:
Bing Crosby, Cary Grant, Olive Blakeney, Jack Carson, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
Directed By:
LeRoy Prinz
Las Vegas Nights (1941)
5
4
Las Vegas Nights
5
4

Norma, Mildred and Patsy, are three sisters who work as vaudeville performers. Along with Patsy’s husband, they arrive in Las Vegas, hoping to turn an old building they inherited into a trendy nightclub. They earn a significant sum at the casino, but lose it quickly. They soon get involved with a shady lawyer, who wants their property for himself.  

Role:
Frank Sinatra - Singer in Tommy Dorsey's Band (uncredited)
Starring:
Phil Regan, Bert Wheeler, Constance Moore, Virginia Dale
Directed By:
Ralph Murphy

Frank Sinatra Awards

Academy Awards
From Here to Eternity Best Actor in a Supporting Role 1954
Golden Globe Awards
Pal Joey Best Actor - Comedy or Musical 1958
From Here to Eternity Best Supporting Actor 1954
Grammy Awards
Winner Best Vocal Performance, Male 1959
Winner Best Arrangement 1959
Winner Album of the Year 1959
Winner Best Album Cover 1959
Winner Best Traditional Pop Vocal Performance 1996
Winner Best Album Notes 1987
Winner Best Historical Album 1983
Winner Best Album Notes 1981
Winner Best Arrangement 1960
Winner Best Vocal Performance, Male 1960
Winner Album of the Year 1960
Winner Trustees Awards 1979
Winner Bing Crosby Award 1965
Winner Legend Award 1995
Winner Best Engineered Recording - Non-Classical 1967
Winner Best Arrangement Accompanying a Vocalist or Instrumentalist 1967
Winner Best Album Notes 1967
Winner Best Vocal Performance, Male 1967
Winner Album of the Year 1967
Winner Record of the Year 1967
Winner Best Vocal Performance, Male 1966
Winner Album of the Year 1966
Winner Best Arrangement Accompanying a Vocalist or Instrumentalist 1966
Winner Best Album Notes 1966