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  • This week in entertainment history: Feb. 25-March 3 - MSN

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    Feb. 25, 1995: Frank Sinatra performs live for the last time On the closing night of the Frank Sinatra Celebrity golf tournament, the crooner gave the last public performance of his six-decade ...

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    With the Academy Awards taking place on Feb. 28, 2016, let’s have a look at some memorable moments from the prestigious award show over the years.

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    Joan Fontaine was the presenter of the award that year, and when she put out her hand to congratulate her sister, Olivia openly snubbed her. Despite a few attempts at reconciliation, the legendary ...

  • 89 years of Oscar winners, fun & fashion - MSN

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    Since 1929, the Academy Awards have provided a glimpse into the make-believe world of movie magic. See winners, fun and fashion through the past eight decades.

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    Best and worst Oscars moments 12/18/2014. ... The first film to achieve this feat was Frank Capra’s It ... Havilland won the award and it was presented to her by Fontaine but the former snubbed ...

  • This Week in Entertainment History: March 26-April 1 - MSN

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    Tyler, lead singer of the rock band Aerosmith was born in Yonkers, New York, U.S. He is known for his on-stage acrobatics, wide vocal range, and his trademark scarves hanging from the microphone ...

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  • Frank Fontaine - Wikipedia

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    Early years and personal life. Born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Fontaine came from a family of entertainers.His father, Ray Fontaine, of French-Canadian descent was a popular vocalist, whose career in Canada resulted in his being compared to Bing Crosby. His mother, Anna McCarthy, of Irish and Scottish descent, performed as a dancer, and he had a brother who also became a singer.

  • Frank Fontaine | BioShock Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    Frank Fontaine is one of the primary antagonists in BioShock.He is a conman, criminal mastermind, the archenemy of Andrew Ryan, and the leader of the opposition in the power struggle which led to Rapture's collapse. He speaks with a coarse, thick Bronx accent.

  • Frank Fontaine - IMDb

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    Frank Fontaine was born on April 19, 1920 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor, known for Hit Parade of 1951 (1950), The Jackie Gleason Show (1966) and The Jack Benny Program (1950). He was married to Alma Clair Wakeham. He died on August 4, 1978 in Spokane, Washington, USA.

  • Crazy Guggenheim and the Weird Death of Frank Fontaine

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    I was always fond of the great funnyman Frank Fontaine, who appeared on The Jackie Gleason Show in the early-1960s as Crazy Guggenheim in the Joe the Bartender sketches, most of which ended with Fontaine singing a Tin Pan Alley song with that beautiful baritone voice of his.

  • Frank Fontaine music, videos, stats, and photos | Last.fm

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    Frank Fontaine entertained millions of viewers in featured skits appearing on "The Jackie Gleason Show" playing a bar room patron named Crazy Guggenheim while Jackie Gleason played the bartender who always greeted his previous customer (the TV viewer) as "Joe".

  • Amazon.com: music: "Frank Fontaine"

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    by Sophie Tucker Frank Fontaine Allan Sherman Bill Cosby The Smothers Brothers Rusty Warren. Vinyl. $19.99 (1 used & new offers) Frank Fontaine Lot of 3 Vinyl Record Albums Idiot's Delight and more. by Frank Fontaine. Vinyl. $12.99 (1 used & new offers) Forever Praising The Most High 2000.

  • Frank Fontaine Biography | Fandango

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    Actor/singer Frank Fontaine was born in 1920 in Cambridge, MA, into a performing family -- his father was a circus strongman, while his mother was a trapeze artist. But he came to specialize more in schtick than feats of physical prowess; he also had a magnificent singing voice that he cultivated. Fontaine began getting some movie work in the late...

  • Frank Fontaine | Villains Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    Frank Fontaine is the main antagonist of both BioShock and its prequel BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea. He also serves as the main antagonist of the prequel novel BioShock: Rapture, as well as one of its main POV characters. He is a criminal mastermind, crime lord, and con artist that resides...

  • Frank Fontaine - IMDb

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    Frank Fontaine was born in Montreal and raised in New York State and England. He comes from an average dysfunctional family. He began his college education at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. but that came to an abrupt halt when he left for London and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

  • Crazy Guggenheim - YouTube

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    DID WE LOVE IT When Crazy Guggenheim came on the JACKIE GLEASON SHOW.

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