After a dramatic and near-fatal fall from popularity in the early 1950's taking him from the Hollywood Bowl to the Opera House, Blackpool, Frank Sinatra won the Academy Award for 'Best Supporting Actor' in the movie "From Here To Eternity" and his recording career blossomed all over again when he was signed by Capitol Records in March 1953. "The Greatest Comeback Since Lazarus" was underway! The late 1950's and 1960's were the high-rolling 'Ring-A-Ding-Ding' years for Frank Sinatra: His friendship with JFK; The Rat Pack; The cool 'Jet Set' lifestyle . In 1960, Sinatra left Capitol and started his own label, Reprise Records. Now he truly was 'The Chairman of The Board'! Presented by Guy Barker.