Frank Sinatra Stepping out of His Helicopter With a Whiskey Glass in Hand

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First I thought this is just a great photo of – well – Frank Sinatra stepping out of his helicopter with a whiskey glass in hand. But while looking for the source of the photo I found out it's been taken by fellow actor Yul Brynner.

This photo is taken from the four-volume anthology Yul Brynner: A Photographic Journey, compiled by his daughter Victoria Brynner.

written by recurving on 2011-09-16 in #lifestyle

3 Comments

  1. piffkin
    piffkin ·

    Utterly fantastic picture :-)

  2. ncsphotography
    ncsphotography ·

    haha love it

  3. frau_zornies
    frau_zornies ·

    if it was possible i would press the i-like-this-button 27 times

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