Frank sinatra and elizabeth taylor dating
The actress, who died at the age of 79, was married eight times (twice to the actor Richard Burton), and will be portrayed by Lindsay Lohan in the upcoming Lifetime biopic "Liz & Dick," which likely won't include the scandalous claims made in the latest tell-all about her life.
When a drunken Frank Sinatra was threatening to “tear up” the bar of New York’s Waldorf Hotel, and not even his mob-linked heavy Ermenigildo “Jilly” Rizzo could talk him down, his friends knew of only one person who could.
Beyond the Mob, the bright, neon limelight it where most people will remember Sinatra the most. If she had a long pair of gams, nice sized bazooms, and was considered a goddess to most men, chances are Old Blue Eyes had ducked in and out of her back door at least once in his lifetime.
He once told a friend, He succeeded by nibbling off such beauties as Marilyn Monroe, Lana Turner, Marlene Dietrich, Victoria Principal, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Joan Crawford, Judy Garland, Angie Dickinson, Grace Kelly, Lauren Bacall, Elizabeth Taylor, Jacqueline Bisset, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Ava Gardner.
(singer/dancer), Peter Lawford (actor), and Joey Bishop (comedian).
Either way, Sinatra’s blue eyes were the last thing you would want to see coming down a dark alleyway.
Authors Danforth Prince and Darwin Potter claim in their book, "Elizabeth Taylor: There is Nothing Like a Dame," that the actress had an affair with Ronald Reagan when she was a teenager and had a threesome with President John F. Taylor passed away in 2011, but the authors say they spent years researching the screen legend's life, and allege then 36-year-old Reagan invited a teenage Taylor to dinner at his home, and she seduced him.
The London Daily Express reports that a close friend of Taylor's reveals what the actress told her of her encounter with the actor, who would later go on to become President: "Reagan was treating me like a grown woman, and that thrilled me.
“He’d get loaded,” acknowledges 84-year-old Barbara with a twinkle when asked about her husband’s legendary drinking (often a bottle of Jack Daniels a day).
But unlike many, she knew that “the sense of danger he exuded” wasn’t all it seemed.While not exactly a Mafia Don, Frank Sinatra certainly had many powerful friends and allies during his career.