Larry and Robert Wagner reminisce about Hollywood’s Golden Age: Frank Sinatra’s dinner parties, Fred Astaire’s manse, & the days when paparazzi asked for permission to take a picture. Plus, Robert speaks out about the death of Natalie Wood.
Jason Haber will have a Rat Pack-themed launch to sell his client's $9M apartment that once belonged to Frank Sinatra. The celebrity photographer, Patrick McMullan enlists the Kleiers to find a suitable investment.
Take me out to the Pawn Stars when the guys look at a Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Pennant signed by Frank Sinatra. Will the connection to ol' blue eyes send the price to the moon? Then, a replica of the Delorean from "Back to the Future" flies into the shop. Can they accelerate this deal to 88 miles an hour? And later, when Chumlee keeps losing the shop's keys, Rick has to get creative to break him of the habit.
Take me out to the Pawn Stars when the guys look at a Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Pennant signed by Frank Sinatra. Will the connection to ol' blue eyes send the price to the moon?
When a famed music historian is murdered and left in a piano, it has an emotional effect on Sanders, who had a past with her. Music from Frank Sinatra and the "Rat Pack" era are featured in the episode.
They were the bad boys of popular music in the 1960's. But contrary to the usual stories, Frank Sinatra had nothing to do with starting the Rat Pack, Dean Martin was never really drunk to begin with, and Judy Garland wanted Sinatra so badly she stalked him. Author and historian David Eisenbach brings you all the cool details.
Zak, Nick and Aaron explore the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas, NV with special guests Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil and poker champion Jamie Gold, to evoke the spirit of Frank Sinatra in his old penthouse suite.
Reports of paranormal activity persist in this military complex.
Host David Steinberg interviews a trio of comedy greats about their early encounters with show business legends: Billy Crystal talks about his memories of opening for Sammy Davis Jr., Martin Short recalls meeting Jerry Lewis, whom he has often imitated, and Brad Garrett reveals the innocent joke that got him exiled from opening for Frank Sinatra.
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