Frank Sinatra and Lana Turner
Frank Sinatra and Lana Turner dated from 1946 to 1947.
American Singer Frank Sinatra passed away on 14th May 1998 Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, USA aged 82. Born Francis Albert Sinatra on 12th December, 1915 in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA and educated at A. J. Demarest High School, Frank Sinatra is most remembered for Vocalist for Tommy Dorsey Band in a career that spanned 1935–1995 and 1935–1998. His zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
American Actress Lana Turner was born Julia Jean Mildred Frances Turner on 8th February, 1921 in Wallace, Idaho, USA and passed away on 29th Jun 1995 Century City, California, USA aged 74. She is most remembered for The Bad And The Beautiful, Immitation Of Life,. Her zodiac sign is Aquarius.
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|Dating||1946 - 1947||
Jun 1944 -
2 years, 7 months
One of the women was to be Lana Turner, Warner Brothers’ Sweater Girl and then screen star. They met in Hollywood in 1940 and intimacy probably came later in 1946 when they began a dalliance at the MGM studio. “They used to smooch in his car parked on the lot,” an MGM executive said. “Kind of funny, considering they both had dressing rooms to go to.”
Four months later the troubled Sinatra marriage became national news. Frank left home, walking out on his wife just 24 hours after “dancing many times” with Lana at a Hollywood party — with the press looking on. Under pressure from the studio, after 17 days Frank was back with his wife.
But it was not all over. “Frank was shuttling backward and forward between her (Lana’s) bedroom and Nancy’s,” Ava Gardner recalled Lana telling her, “trying to equate obedience to Catholic doctrines with indulgence in his natural inclinations . . . she felt like she’d been on the verge of marrying Frank.” The Sinatras’ marriage was to wobble on for four more years.
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