From the moment Sinatra met each member of the Pack to their relationships with the Mob and the Kennedys, this intimate profile reveals what every fan has always wanted to know about THE RAT PACK.
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Frank Sinatra ...  Himself (archive footage)
Dean Martin ...  Himself (archive footage)
Sammy Davis Jr. ...  Himself (archive footage)
Peter Lawford ...  Himself (archive footage)
Joey Bishop ...  Himself (archive footage)
Danny Aiello ...  Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lauren Bacall ...  Herself (archive footage)
Count Basie ...  Himself (archive footage)
Milton Berle ...  Himself
Jules Blumberg Jules Blumberg ...  Himself
Humphrey Bogart ...  Himself (archive footage)
Lillian Burns ...  Herself (as Lillian Burns Sidney)
Montgomery Clift ...  Himself (archive footage)
Harry Cohn ...  Himself (archive footage)
Pat Cooper ...  Himself
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From the moment Sinatra met each member of the Pack to their relationships with the Mob and the Kennedys, this intimate profile reveals what every fan has always wanted to know about THE RAT PACK.

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The true stories of the original kings of cool

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USA

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English

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Excellent entertainment and history
15 September 2005 | by angelofvicSee all my reviews

Who exactly were the Rat Pack? How did that appellation come about? How did the whole gang come together? This is just the mere surface of this amazingly in-depth history/biography/entertainment piece. Intriguingly narrated by Danny Aiello, this comprehensive docu-tainment piece covers the tale in such marvelous depth that the deepest issues in American society, and in the world of entertainment, are uncovered in the process. Expecting a mild, superficial piece of fluff about an entertaining group of goof-offs, instead I got an intriguing, captivating, meticulously researched history/biography that taught me more about American history and sociology, as well as about the lives of celebrities, than I've learned in decades. Quite entertaining and enlightening. Quite recommended for all buffs of entertainment and of the hidden side of all things.


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