Sinatra: Frank and Friendly: A Unique Photographic Memoir of a Legend by Terry O'Neill, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble
Sinatra: Frank and Friendly: A Unique Photographic Memoir of a Legend

Sinatra: Frank and Friendly: A Unique Photographic Memoir of a Legend

by Terry O'Neill
     
 

This book contains images capturing a relationship that spanned three decades, and takes us behind the scenes of Sinatra's incredible journey. The superstar of music and movies allowed O'Neill's camera to follow his every move, on the road, at home and backstage. In the age of paparazzi, doorstep photography, and big-budget publicity shoots, O'Neill's fascinating

Overview

This book contains images capturing a relationship that spanned three decades, and takes us behind the scenes of Sinatra's incredible journey. The superstar of music and movies allowed O'Neill's camera to follow his every move, on the road, at home and backstage. In the age of paparazzi, doorstep photography, and big-budget publicity shoots, O'Neill's fascinating archive of his relationship with Sinatra reminds us there was once a golden age, when the stars and their audience were intimate and inseparable. Most of the photographs in "Sinatra: Frank and Friendly" have never been published before. Together with O'Neill's personal memories of the times they spent together, "Sinatra: Frank and Friendly" is O'Neill's personal homage to the man and his music.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781901268324
Publisher:
Evans Mitchell Books
Publication date:
10/01/2007
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
547,676
Product dimensions:
9.90(w) x 12.40(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author

Terry O'Neill was a young photographer on the set of Goldfinger in 1963 when he captured - behind the scenes and never seen before - images of the moment Sean Connery and Honor Blackman enjoyed a roll in the hay in a memorable and comical fight scene that made Pussy Galore cinematic folklore. He was there when Connery and Jill St John consumated another classic Bond pairing; as he was with George Lazenby, Sir Roger Moore and Pierce Bosnan from London to Las Vegas from the Scottish highlands to the Hollywood.He photographed five Bonds and more than 20 Bond girls, including Ursula Andress, Jane Seymour and Barbara Bach - and while doing so captured the intimate and amusing offset antics of our favourite characters when the cameras weren't rolling. All About Bond includes more than 100 of his photographs, many never seen before, and as an added bonus there is a unique pictorial record of the making of the first Casino Royale - a comical 1967 extravaganza.

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