Frank Sinatra and Humanitarian Prize Jean Gersholta

Many articles have been written about Frank Sinatra, who was perhaps one of the most important and influential singers of the 20th century.

Sometimes he was offended by the press in a short fuse and a flash of anger. At other times, although people have expressed respect for a man who fought for equal rights for African Americans. He played a major role in degregatsyi Las Vegas, Nevada hotel and casino. He also made the members of Rat Pack and label Reprise artists to boycott the hotel and casino, who refused to enter the black patrons and performers performers.

His official car & # 39; in the recording area of ​​the EPA began in 1943, when Frank signed with Columbia Records. He then signed with Capitol Records in 1953, and in 1961 set up his own recording book called Reprise Records. Depending on who you believe, he has recorded about 1,000 songs, including such hits as "All About Me", "Birth of the Blues", "fly with me", "Fools rush", "Lady – Tramp". "My Way" and "Aliens of the night."

Memorable films were "on the town", "Guys and Dolls," "From Here to Eternity," for which he received an Academy Award for best supporting actor, "Pal Joey," "The Manchurian Candidate," "Oceans Eleven" and "Robin and the Seven kapyushonav ".

One of the rewards of Franco, whom I am proud to have witnessed his name Jean Gersholta Humanitarian Award. The award is awarded periodically to someone in the film industry whose humanitarian efforts have brought credit for film business as a whole.

The award is named in honor of Mr. Jean Hersholt, who through his acting and kinakar & # 39; career has always worked to improve all. He was president of the Fund for Assistance to the movies a few years, and was president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

The individual parts of speech of acceptance Frank stayed with me all these years. It peraguchala with me since revealed that Frank never forgot where he and his humble beginnings in Hobaken, New Jersey.

He told the audience and the television audience, that in most cases, when you're famous, you often get a reward for what you are doing good deeds for others. But he said that in a society there are many ordinary people who would never admit a lot of good things that they do every day. When he held out his "Oscar" in length, he said, "and therefore this award belongs to all of John, who did good deeds, but never acknowledge that they deserve." On their behalf, I say to them: thank you. & # 39;

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