Four Frank Sinatra Film Favorites Are Now Available from the Warner Archive Collection

Old Blue Eyes is back again! Frank Sinatra shines in this collection of four new releases from the Warner Archive Collection. Take a look at these classics that will become a cherished part of your home video library!

It Happened in Brooklyn

After four years stationed in London, Danny Miller (Frank Sinatra) came home to Flatbush with a service buddy–stuffy noble Jamie Shellgrove (Peter Lawford)–in tow, both with eyes on advancing their musical careers. The friendship would be tested as they each found themselves attracted to teacher and aspiring vocalist Anne Fielding (Kathryn Grayson). Engaging M-G-M charmer also stars Jimmy Durante, Gloria Grahame, Billy Roy; songs include “Time After Time,” “Brooklyn Bridge.”

The Kissing Bandit

In the 19th century, meek, Boston-bred Ricardo (Frank Sinatra) returned to his native California, expecting to run his late father’s inn. His dad’s cronies, though, want him to assume the old man’s true legacy–the identity of a notorious and romantic robber. Ricardo’s comical attempts at outlaw life do get him the notice of the governor’s beautiful daughter (Kathryn Grayson). Fun musical adventure co-stars Ricardo Montalban, Ann Miller, Cyd Charisse; score includes “Love Is Where You Find It,” “Señorita.”

Higher and Higher

Frank Sinatra made his film acting debut in this spry musical comedy about a group of servants who fear for their jobs when their wealthy employer goes broke. With no time to lose, they cook up a plot to pass a pretty maid off as their boss’s daughter so she can marry a rich suitor. Jack Haley, Leon Errol, Michèle Morgan, Victor Borge, Mel Tormé also star. Songs include “It’s a Most Important Affair,” “The Music Stopped,” “Lovely Way to Spend an Evening,” and more.

Step Lively

In this musical remake of the Marx Brothers’ “Room Service,” a young playwright (Frank Sinatra) gets mixed up in a wacky scheme hatched by a shifty producer (George Murphy) to get the cash to stage his show before the whole production’s cast and crew are tossed out on their ears. Gloria DeHaven, Walter Slezak, Adolphe Menjou, Eugene Pallette, Wally Brown and Alan Carney also star. Songs include “Some Other Time,” “As Long as There’s Music,” “Where Does Love Begin?,” and more.

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