Frank Sinatra

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Old Blue Eyes had quit making movies after 1970’s “Dirty Dingus McGee.” Unfortunately he made his comeback — he was also one of the producers — in the 1980 “The First Deadly Sin.” Not only was the movie pretty deadly, it was Frankie’s first R-rated film. It’s a grisly affair in which Sinatra’s New York detective becomes obsessed with a series of killings while his wife, played by Faye Dunaway, lies dying in a hospital from a kidney condition.
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Frank Sinatra

Old Blue Eyes had quit making movies after 1970’s “Dirty Dingus McGee.” Unfortunately he made his comeback — he was also one of the producers — in the 1980 “The First Deadly Sin.” Not only was the movie pretty deadly, it was Frankie’s first R-rated film. It’s a grisly affair in which Sinatra’s New York detective becomes obsessed with a series of killings while his wife, played by Faye Dunaway, lies dying in a hospital from a kidney condition.

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