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Nancy Sinatra

Nancy Sinatra

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Born: June 8, 1940 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Jersey City, New Jersey, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Moved to Los Angeles with her family as a child
1959:
Appeared with Elvis Presley and her father Frank Sinatra on national TV
1964:
Made feature film debut in "For Those Who Think Young"
1965:
Released first chart single, "So Long, Babe"
1966:
Enjoyed Number 1 hit with first Top 40 single, "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"
1966:
Played leading role in and sang title song for the spy spoof, "The Last of the Secret Agents"
1966:
Caused controversy with album which featured her top five single, "Sugar Town"; album cover featured Sinatra in a skimpy bikini; album briefly banned in Boston
1967:
Had second Number 1 single in duet with father Frank Sinatra, "Something Stupid"
1967:
Had first hit duet with Lee Hazlewood, "Jackson"
1967:
Sang theme song for popular James Bond film, "You Only Live Twice"
1967:
Sang the title song for the spy film, "Tony Rome", starring Frank Sinatra
1968:
Last top 40 single, "Some Velvet Morning", a duet with Lee Hazlewood
1968:
Last major film appearance, opposite Elvis Presley in "Speedway"
1970:
Released last single, "Hook and Ladder"
1970:
Performed on the nightclub circuit
1971:
Starred in last major TV appearance for a decade, "Movin' with Nancy on Stage", a record of her nightclub act
1980:
Appeared on TV in salutes to her father and Elvis Presley
1988:
Guest starred as herself on an episode of the ABC Vietnam war drama series, "China Beach"; sang "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"
1995:
Appeared as a nude centerfold for the magazine, <i>Playboy</i>
2002:
Embarked on a concert tour to promote album "California Girl"
2006:
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (May)

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