Legendary crooner Frank Sinatra is one of the greatest figures to ever grace the entertainment world with his talents on the mic and on camera. He released any number of studio records over the course of his career and starred in at least sixty-four total collective TV shows and movies. Whether for his work as a recording artist, as an actor or for both, it can be said that Sinatra’s body of work and its longevity makes him a legend in every sense of the word. Now thanks to the efforts of the people at Eagle Rock Entertainment, fans of Old Blue Eyes will get to add the most extensive record of Sinatra’s life and legacy to their home musical and DVD/BD libraries when it releases Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All.
Eagle Rock Entertainment will release Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All on Friday, November 20th. The recording will be released on 2-DVD, 2-Blu-ray, Deluxe Edition and digital formats. The collection includes clips of a number of classic Sinatra tunes such as ‘Fly Me To The Moon,’ ‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin,’ ‘Fly Me To The Moon,’ ‘All Or Nothing At All,’ ‘The Lady Is A Tramp,’ ‘Nancy (With The Laughing Face),’ ‘That’s Life,’ ‘Luck Be A Lady Tonight, ‘New York, New York,’ ‘(Love Is) The Tender Trap,’ ‘Love and Marriage,’ ‘Night And Day, ‘ ‘Stardust,’ ‘Young At Heart,’ ‘Angel Eyes’ and a number of other timeless classics.
The songs featured in Eagle Rock’s new box set are just part of what makes this new collection such an important addition to Sinatra’s legacy. It also features first hand interviews with Frank Sinatra that were collected from vintage, archived footage. There is also footage from Sinatra’s rarely seen 1971 “Retirement Concert” included in the package. The presentation in whole was assembled with the help of archivists, Sinatra’s family members, and those that run his estate. It traces Sinatra’s life and impact on American popular culture beginning with his birth in Hoboken, New Jersey and his surprise rise to stardom early in his young adult life all the way to his international fame. The story is told through concert performances, interviews with those that were closest to Sinatra, and even never-before-seen home movies recorded during Sinatra’s life. The whole presentation was directed and produced by Oscar-winning Alex Gibney. Five-time Oscar nominated producer Frank Marshall served as one of the production’s EPs alongside Charles Pignone, Sharon Hall, and Alcon Television Group’s Co-Founders and Co-CEOs Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson.
Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All will be released Friday, November 20th. it will be available on 2-DVD, 2-Blu-ray, Deluxe Edition and digital formats. The 2-DVD and 2-Blu-ray presentation will both retail for MSRP of $29.98 while the Deluxe Edition will retail for MSRP of $69.99. That is because of the expansive amount of material included in the Deluxe Edition. It will feature the All or Nothing At All Documentary on two DVDs, Sinatra’s complete 1971 “Retirement Concert” on both DVD and CD platform, a one-on-one interview between Sinatra and famed newsman Walter Cronkite originally recorded in 1965 (on one DVD), a reproduction of the 1971 Life Magazine article discussing Sinatra’s “Retirement Concert,” a separate bonus booklet, and six art cards housed in their own envelope.
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