The Fontaine Bleau hotel in Miami recently honored Frank Sinatra by unveiling a gallery of never before seen stills by Terry O’Neill. A ribbon of 34 black and white images greet you as you enter the lobby, illustrating how significant Sinatra was to the place. Sinatra gave over 200 performances here, from 1954-1976, and shot several films at the hotel, including A Hole in the Head, Lady in Cement (1968), and Tony Rome (1967).
“Sinatra gave the ultimate gift to a photographer. He let me into his life, night and day, and completely ignored me.” – Terry O’Neill
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