Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Bernardo Santos Carmo: Judy Garland With Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin (1962)

Source:Bernardo Santos Carmo- the Chairman of the Board Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland in 1962.

"Judy, Frank and Dean Martin in this memorable 1962 show." 

Talk about your great Hollywood, Hall of Fame entertainers: Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra joining Judy Garland on her very own variety show in 1962. Three great voices and sense of humors together on the same show. This is when network TV was worth watching not just because they were the only league around, but because they could stars like this at the same time performing together.

Source:The Daily Review- Dean and Frank appearing on The Judy Garland Show on CBS, in 1962. 

You're going to have a harder time finding three better singers and really performers when you're talking about Judy, Frank and Dean, performing together on the same show, then Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. That is how big Judy Garland was and the amount of star power that she had that she could bring in those two great performers. The two top stars in the Rat Pack that she was friends with and worked with. 

I emphasize performers here, because Judy, Frank and Dean, were more than singers. They were all great singers as well, but they were entertainers. Dean Martin, an accomplished singer, actor and comedian. Frank Sinatra, the Chairman of the Board, The Voice, perhaps the singer of all-time, as well as an accomplished actor and someone with the comedic wit and timing of a great comedian. Judy Garland, accomplished singer and actress, who also had a great comedic wit and timing. You put these three together and also throw in that they're friends and you have a great show. 

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  1. You can also see this post at Real Life Journal: on Blogger.

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