Category: Tv-Show

The Frank Sinatra Timex Show An Afternoon with Frank Sinatra (1959)

The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: An Afternoon with Frank Sinatra (1959)
1h | Music | TV Special 13 December 1959

Storyline
At the beginning of the program, Peter Lawford explains that Frank Sinatra’s plans to film his TV special outdoors in sunny Palm Springs have foundered because an extended rainstorm has turned their desert location into a morass of mud. The company is forced to move inside a stark studio instead and delivers their songs with a minimum of props but a maximum of verve.




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The Frank Sinatra Timex Show To the Ladies (1960)

The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: To the Ladies (1960)
1h | Music | TV Special 15 February 1960

Storyline
Frank Sinatra Timex special, featuring music and special guests, including Eleanor Roosevelt.
Song listing

“Here’s to the Ladies” – Frank Sinatra
“I’ve Got You Under My Skin” – Frank Sinatra
Timex Promotional Spot
“Ouvre ton coeur” (from Bizet’s Vasco de Gama) – Mary Costa
“By Strauss” – Barbara Heller
“Ring the Bell” – Lena Horne
“Come Cha Cha Cha With Me” – Juliet Prowse
Timex Promotional Spot
“Lonely Town” – Frank Sinatra
“But Beautiful” – Lena Horne
“From This Moment On” – Lena Horne
Harold Arlen Tribute Medley: “As Long as I Live” / “It’s Only a Paper Moon” / “One for My Baby (And One For The Road)” / “Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive” / “Stormy Weather” / “Get Happy” / “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” – Frank Sinatra and Lena Horne
“My Heart Stood Still” – Frank Sinatra
“Your Voice” – Mary Costa
“Afraid of Love” – Barbara Heller
“My Heart Belongs to Daddy” – Lena Horne
“My Funny Valentine” – Juliet Prowse
Timex Promotional Segment
“High Hopes” – Eleanor Roosevelt
“To The Ladies” – Frank Sinatra




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