Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra (who had multiple ties to the mob). It's said that she spent the last night of her life with mob leader Sam Giancana,  and Frank Sinatra.  Great story.

Marilyn Monroe 'spent her last night with mafia boss Sam Giancana at Frank Sinatra's lodge'

Marilyn Monroe talks with Frank Sinatra while an unidentified man looks on at the Cal Neva Lodge in in Crystal Bay, Nevada.

Old Blue Eyes lived a long, fast-paced movie star life up until he died of a heart attack in 1998 at the age of 82. Frank Sinatra's last words as the doctors attempted to stabilize him were, "I'm losing." What a sadly existential realization. He's buried in Desert Memorial Park in the California desert town of Cathedral City, near Palm Springs.

Frank Sinatra: Died of a heart attack in 1998 at the age of He's buried in Desert Memorial Park in the California desert town of Cathedral City, near Palm Springs.

Frank Sinatra Grave - Sinatra moved to Palm Springs, California where he died and was buried at Desert Memorial Park with a bottle of Jack Daniels and a pack of camel cigarettes. A lyric from one of his popular songs is carved into his gravestone that says, “The best is yet to come.”

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Frank Sinatra Grave - Sinatra moved to Palm Springs, California where he died and was buried at Desert Memorial Park. A lyric from one of his popular songs is carved into his gravestone that says, “The best is yet to come.

why can't men still dress in suits and hats everyday? What an amazing look that is truly timeless.

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Frank Sinatra - My mom grew up swooning over 'ole blue eyes! She said he was definately of a royal blood line!

FRANK SINATRA    Birth: Dec. 12, 1915  Death: May 14, 1998    Entertainer. Regarded by many as the greatest popular singer of the 20th Century, he was nicknamed "The Voice", "Ol Blue Eyes" and "Chairman of the Board"

1915 Death: May 1998 Entertainer. Regarded by many as the greatest popular singer of the Century, he was nicknamed "The Voice", "Ol Blue Eyes" and "Chairman of the

Two of my favorites, Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly.

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Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra, 1966

Wedding belle: Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra outside the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas following their wedding in 1966     oh the young gal that mia was

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