The year 1950 is a time of extreme emotional turmoil for the beleaguered Sinatra. His plunge from the epitome of popularity is highly attributed to his clandestine affair with beautiful actress Ava Gardner. As a result, his TV show, personal appearances, recording sessions and movie audience attendance suffer greatly.
His highly publicized separation and eventual divorce from wife Nancy leads to a tempestuous two-year marriage to the ravishing Ava. While Frank is unable to solve Ava's quintessence, he can never get over his profound, unyielding love for her. She remains the girl of his dreams.
Following his motion picture Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in the film "From Here To Eternity" in 1954, his career resurges to new and even greater heights.
His ill-fated marriage to rising star Mia Farrow who is 30 years younger and is called a "hippie" and "flower girl" results in a roller coaster ride ending after only two tumultuous years.
Join with Frank as he once again journeys to the top of the entertainment world, accompanied by the fabled "Rat Pack," consisting of Dean martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, Joey Bishop, Shirley MacLaine and several others.
Frank is highly responsible for the election of President John Kennedy.
This story is told in first person by Marty tanner - one of FrankSinatra's close associates.