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The Rat Pack
The Rat Pack
is a term used by the media to refer to an informal group of entertainers centered on the Las Vegas
Las Vegas
casino scene. Having its origins in a group of friends that met at the Los Angeles home of Humphrey Bogart
Humphrey Bogart
and Lauren Bacall, by the 1960s, it was the name used by the press and the general public to refer to a later variation of the group that called itself "the Summit" or "the Clan", featuring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford
Peter Lawford
and Joey Bishop among others; they appeared together on stage and in films in the early 1960s, including the movies Ocean's 11,[1] Sergeants 3, and Robin and the 7 Hoods
Robin and the 7 Hoods
(in the last film, Bing Crosby
Bing Crosby
replaced Lawford). Sinatra, Martin, and Davis were regarded as the group's lead members.[2][3]

Contents

1 1950s 2 1960s 3 Later years 4 Revival 5 Reputation 6 Films 7 Music 8 Stage 9 See also 10 References 11 Bibliography 12 External links

1950s[edit]

Humphrey Bogart, original Rat Pack
Rat Pack
leader (from Sabrina, 1954)

The name "The Rat Pack" was first used to refer to a group of friends in New York.[4][5] Several explanations have been offered for the famous name over the years. According to one version, the group's original "Den Mother", Lauren Bacall, after seeing her husband, Humphrey Bogart, and his friends return from a night in Las Vegas, said words to the effect of "You look like a goddamn rat pack."[4] "Rat Pack" may also be a shortened version of "Holmby Hills Rat Pack", a reference to the home of Bogart and Bacall[4][5] which served as a regular hangout. Visiting members included Errol Flynn, Ava Gardner, Nat King Cole, Robert Mitchum, Elizabeth Taylor, Janet Leigh, Tony Curtis, Mickey Rooney, Lena Horne, Jerry Lewis
Jerry Lewis
and Cesar Romero. According to Stephen Bogart, the original members of the Holmby Hills Rat Pack
Rat Pack
were: Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra
(pack master), Judy Garland
Judy Garland
(first vice-president), Bacall (den mother), Sid Luft (cage master), Bogart (rat in charge of public relations), Swifty Lazar (recording secretary and treasurer), Nathaniel Benchley (historian), David Niven, Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, George Cukor, Cary Grant, Rex Harrison, and Jimmy Van Heusen.[4][5] In his autobiography The Moon's a Balloon, David Niven
David Niven
confirms that the Rat Pack
Rat Pack
originally included him but neither Sammy Davis, Jr. nor Dean Martin. 1960s[edit] The 1960s version of the group included Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, and Joey Bishop. Marilyn Monroe, Angie Dickinson, Juliet Prowse, Buddy Greco, and Shirley MacLaine
Shirley MacLaine
were often referred to as the " Rat Pack
Rat Pack
Mascots". Comedian Corbett Monica
Corbett Monica
also worked as the frequent opening act for Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra
- later including Dean Martin
Dean Martin
and Sammy Davis Jr.
Sammy Davis Jr.
- and played Larry Corbett, manager and friend, to Joey Bishop’s character on “The Joey Bishop
Joey Bishop
show” from 1963-1965.[6] The post-Bogart version of the group (Bogart died in 1957) was reportedly never called that name by any of its members – they called it the Summit or the Clan. "The Rat Pack" was a term used by journalists and outsiders, although it remains the lasting name for the group.

Sands Hotel
Sands Hotel
and Casino

Often, when one of the members was scheduled to give a performance, the rest of the Pack would show up for an impromptu show, causing much excitement among audiences, resulting in return visits. They sold out almost all of their appearances, and people would come pouring into Las Vegas, sometimes sleeping in cars and hotel lobbies when they could not find rooms, just to be part of the Rat Pack
Rat Pack
entertainment experience. The Rat Pack's appearances were of unprecedented value because the city would always become flooded with high rollers, wealthy gamblers who would routinely leave substantial fortunes in the casinos' coffers. The marquees of the hotels at which they were performing as individuals would read, for example, "DEAN MARTIN - MAYBE FRANK - MAYBE SAMMY" as seen on a Sands Hotel
Sands Hotel
sign. Peter Lawford
Peter Lawford
was a brother-in-law of President John F. Kennedy (dubbed "Brother-in-Lawford" by Sinatra),[7] and Kennedy spent time with Sinatra
Sinatra
and the others when he visited Las Vegas, during which members sometimes referred to the group as "the Jack Pack". Rat Pack members played a role in campaigning for Kennedy and the Democrats, appearing at the July 1960 Democratic National Convention
Democratic National Convention
in Los Angeles.[8] Lawford had asked Sinatra
Sinatra
if he would have Kennedy as a guest at his Palm Springs house in March 1962, and Sinatra
Sinatra
went to great lengths (including the construction of a helipad) to accommodate the President.[9] When Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy
Robert F. Kennedy
advised his brother to sever his ties to Sinatra
Sinatra
because of the entertainer's association with Mafia figures such as Sam Giancana, the stay was cancelled.[10] Kennedy instead chose to stay at rival Bing Crosby's estate, which further infuriated Sinatra.[11] Lawford was blamed for this, and Sinatra
Sinatra
"never again had a good word for [him]" from that point onwards.[12] Lawford's role in the upcoming 4 for Texas
4 for Texas
was written out, and his part in Robin and the 7 Hoods
Robin and the 7 Hoods
was ironically given to Bing Crosby.[11] On June 20, 1965, Sinatra, Martin, and Davis, with Johnny Carson
Johnny Carson
as the emcee (substituting for Bishop, who was out with a bad back), performed their only televised concert together during the heyday of the Pack at the Kiel Opera House in St. Louis, a closed-circuit broadcast done as a fundraiser for Dismas House (the first halfway house for ex-convicts) and fed live to movie theatres across the country. Thirty years later Paul Brownstein tracked down a print of the "lost" show in a St. Louis closet after someone noticed mysterious cameras onstage during a CBS documentary on Sinatra
Sinatra
which filmed part of the show. It has since been broadcast on Nick at Nite
Nick at Nite
(in 1998) as part of The Museum of Television & Radio Showcase series[13] and released on DVD as part of the Ultimate Rat Pack
Rat Pack
Collection: Live & Swingin.

Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra
(1957)

Dean Martin
Dean Martin
(1960)

Martin and Sinatra
Sinatra
(1958)

Sammy Davis Jr.
Sammy Davis Jr.
(1966)

Peter Lawford
Peter Lawford
(1955)

Joey Bishop
Joey Bishop
(1967)

Shirley MacLaine
Shirley MacLaine
(1960)

Later years[edit] In 1981, Dean Martin
Dean Martin
and Sammy Davis Jr., appeared together in the film Cannonball Run, and were joined by Sinatra
Sinatra
in the sequel Cannonball Run II. This would be the last time that the three would appear in a movie together ( Shirley MacLaine
Shirley MacLaine
also appears in the latter film). Revival[edit]

Sammy Davis, Jr. in 1989

In December 1987, at Chasen's
Chasen's
restaurant in Los Angeles, Sinatra, Davis, and Martin announced a 29-date tour, called Together Again. At the press conference to announce the tour, Martin joked about calling the tour off, and Sinatra
Sinatra
rebuked a reporter for using the term "Rat Pack", referring to it as "that stupid phrase".[14] Dean Martin's son, Dean Paul Martin, had died in a plane crash in March 1987 on the San Gorgonio Mountain
San Gorgonio Mountain
in California, the same mountain where Sinatra's mother, Dolly, had been killed in a plane crash ten years earlier. Martin had since become increasingly dependent on alcohol and prescription drugs. Davis had hip replacement surgery two years previously, and been estranged from Sinatra
Sinatra
because of Davis' use of cocaine.[15] Davis was also experiencing severe financial difficulties, and was promised by Sinatra's people that he could earn between six and eight million dollars from the tour.[16] Martin had not made a film or recorded since 1984, and Sinatra
Sinatra
felt that the tour would be good for Martin, telling Davis, "I think it would be great for Dean. Get him out. For that alone it would be worth doing".[17] Sinatra
Sinatra
and Davis still performed regularly, yet had not recorded for several years. Both Sinatra
Sinatra
and Martin had made their last film appearances together in 1984's Cannonball Run II, a film which also starred Davis. This marked the trio's first feature film appearance since 1964's Robin and the 7 Hoods. Martin expressed reservations about the tour, wondering whether they could draw as many people as they had in the past. After private rehearsals, at one of which Sinatra
Sinatra
and Davis had complained about the lack of black musicians in the orchestra,[16] the tour began at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena on March 13, 1988, to a sold-out crowd of 14,500.[17] Davis opened the show, followed by Martin and then Sinatra; after an interval, the three performed a medley of songs. During the show, Martin threw a lit cigarette at the audience.[18] Martin withdrew from the tour after just five shows, with the official reason stated as being a flare-up of a kidney problem. Sinatra
Sinatra
and Davis continued the tour under the title "The Ultimate Event" with Liza Minnelli
Liza Minnelli
replacing Martin as the third member of the trio.[19] Davis's associate stated that Sinatra's people were skimming the top of the revenues from the concerts, as well as stuffing envelopes full of cash into suitcases after the performances.[20] In August 1989, after Davis experienced throat pain, he was diagnosed with throat cancer which caused his death in May 1990. Davis was buried with a gold watch that Sinatra
Sinatra
had given him at the conclusion of The Ultimate Event Tour.[21] A 1988 performance of The Ultimate Event in Detroit was recorded and shown on Showtime the following year as a tribute to the recently deceased Davis. A review in The New York Times
The New York Times
praised Davis's performance, describing him as "pure, ebullient, unapologetic show business."[22] Reputation[edit] Concerning the group's reputation for womanizing and heavy drinking, Joey Bishop
Joey Bishop
stated in a 1998 interview: "I never saw Frank, Dean, Sammy or Peter drunk during performances. That was only a gag! And do you believe these guys had to chase broads? They had to chase 'em away!"[23] Films[edit]

It Happened in Brooklyn
It Happened in Brooklyn
(1947) ( Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra
and Peter Lawford) Meet Me in Las Vegas
Las Vegas
(1956) ( Sinatra
Sinatra
and Sammy Davis, Jr. – cameo appearances) Some Came Running
Some Came Running
(1958) ( Sinatra
Sinatra
and Dean Martin, co-starring Shirley MacLaine) Never So Few
Never So Few
(1959) (Sinatra, Lawford, and initially Davis, who was replaced by Steve McQueen) Ocean's 11
Ocean's 11
(1960) (Sinatra, Martin, Davis, Lawford, Angie Dickinson, Joey Bishop, cameo by MacLaine) Pepe (1960) (Sinatra, Martin, Davis, Lawford, and Bishop – all cameos) Sergeants 3
Sergeants 3
(1962) (Sinatra, Martin, Davis, Lawford, and Bishop) The Road to Hong Kong
The Road to Hong Kong
(1962) ( Sinatra
Sinatra
and Martin – cameos) Come Blow Your Horn (1963) (Sinatra; cameo by Martin) Johnny Cool
Johnny Cool
(1963) (Davis and Bishop; Peter Lawford, executive producer; Henry Silva
Henry Silva
of Ocean's 11
Ocean's 11
starred) 4 for Texas
4 for Texas
(1963) ( Sinatra
Sinatra
and Martin) Robin and the 7 Hoods
Robin and the 7 Hoods
(1964) (Sinatra, Martin, Davis, and initially Lawford, who was replaced by Bing Crosby) Marriage on the Rocks (1965) ( Sinatra
Sinatra
and Martin) The Oscar (1966) ( Sinatra
Sinatra
uncredited, and Lawford) A Man Called Adam (1966) (Davis and Lawford) Texas Across the River (1966) (Martin and Bishop) Salt and Pepper (1968) (Davis and Lawford) One More Time (1970) (Davis and Lawford) The Cannonball Run
The Cannonball Run
(1981) (Martin and Davis) Cannonball Run II
Cannonball Run II
(1984) (Sinatra, Martin and Davis, plus MacLaine)

Archival footage of Lawford and Sinatra
Sinatra
were used in the 1974 compilation film That's Entertainment!. Shirley MacLaine
Shirley MacLaine
appeared in the 1958 film Some Came Running
Some Came Running
along with Sinatra
Sinatra
and Martin. She had a major role (and Sinatra
Sinatra
a cameo) in the 1956 Oscar-winning film Around the World in 80 Days. MacLaine played a Hindu princess who is rescued by, and falls in love with, original Rat Pack
Rat Pack
associate David Niven, and Sinatra
Sinatra
had a non-speaking, non-singing role as a piano player in a saloon, whose identity is concealed from the viewer until he turns his face toward the camera during a scene featuring Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich
and George Raft. MacLaine appeared alongside Sinatra
Sinatra
in the 1960 film Can-Can. She also had an appearance in the 1960 film Ocean's 11
Ocean's 11
as a drunken woman. The 1984 film Cannonball Run II, with MacLaine, marked the final time members of the Rat Pack
Rat Pack
shared theatrical screen-time together. A biopic, The Rat Pack, made by HBO
HBO
in 1998, starred Ray Liotta
Ray Liotta
as Sinatra, Joe Mantegna
Joe Mantegna
as Martin and Don Cheadle
Don Cheadle
as Davis, dramatizing their private lives and, in particular, their roles in the 1960 presidential campaign of John F. Kennedy. Music[edit] Christmas with the Rat Pack, a collection of holiday tunes sung by Sinatra, Martin and Davis, was released in 2001. The Ultimate Rat Pack Collection: Live & Swingin' went on sale in 2003. A concert featuring the three men, Live from the Sands in Las Vegas, also is available on CD. Stage[edit] The Rat Pack: Live from Las Vegas
Las Vegas
tribute show originated on stage in London
London
in 2000 and has been running continuously since then throughout Europe and North America. See also[edit]

Book: Rat Pack

Brat Pack (actors) Frat Pack
Frat Pack
– 1990s and 2000s (decade)

References[edit]

^ michel, peter. "UNLV Libraries, The Rat Pack, retrieved May 2, 2007". Library.unlv.edu. Archived from the original on September 8, 2008. Retrieved 2012-01-10.  ^ " Sergeants 3
Sergeants 3
(1962)". The Movie Portal. 1962-02-10. Retrieved 2012-01-10.  ^ " Rat Pack
Rat Pack
(Frank Sinatra: Dean Martin: Sammy Davis Jr): Big Three: 3cd (2008): CD". hmv.com. Retrieved 2012-01-10.  ^ a b c d Shawn Levy, Rat Pack
Rat Pack
confidential, Doubleday, 1998 ^ a b c Lawrence J. Quirk and William Schoel, The Rat Pack, Taylor Publishing Company 1998 ^ Humphery, Hal (April 21, 1963). "Corbett Monica, 68, Comedian; Toured With Big-Name Singers: A Role on 'The Joey Bishop
Joey Bishop
Show' and in a Woody Allen Film". Los Angeles Times – via ProQuest Historical Newspapers.  access-date= requires url= (help) ^ Spada, p. 207 ^ Spada, p. 228 ^ Spada, pp. 292-293 ^ Spada, p.293 ^ a b Spada, p. 294 ^ Spada, p. 295 ^ " The Rat Pack
The Rat Pack
Captured". Tvclassics.com. 1965-06-20. Retrieved 2012-01-10.  ^ Levy, Shawn. Rat Pack
Rat Pack
Confidential. Fourth Estate. London, 1999. p. 339 ^ Haygood, Wil. In Black and White: The Life of Sammy Davis, Jr.. Random House. New York, 2003. p. 450 ^ a b Haygood p. 466 ^ a b Levy, p. 339 ^ Summers, Anthony, Swan, Robbyn. Sinatra: The Life. Corgi. New York, 2006 p. 440 ^ Takiff, Jonathan (1988-09-27). "Frank, Liza & Sammy The Ultimate Event!". Philadelphia Daily News. Retrieved 2016-05-01.  ^ Birkbeck, Matt. Deconstructing Sammy. Amistad. New York, 2008. p. 213 ^ Summers, Swan, p. 440 ^ "With Sammy Davis, the Spirit Lingers". The New York Times. March 6, 1989. Retrieved 2009-06-05.  ^ time.com – And Then There Was One

Bibliography[edit]

Gehman, Richard (1961). Sinatra
Sinatra
and His Rat Pack. Belmont.  Levy, S. (1998). Rat Pack
Rat Pack
Confidential. London: Fourth Estate. ISBN 1-84115-001-0.  Spada, James (1991). Peter Lawford: The Man Who Kept the Secrets. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN 0-553-07185-8. 

External links[edit]

The Rat Pack: Unpublished Photos of Frank, Dean and Sammy - slideshow by Life magazine " Rat Pack
Rat Pack
in Palm Springs (series)". The Desert Sun. Palm Springs, California: Gannett. 

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Qwest

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Live albums

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& Sextet: Live in Paris Sinatra
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Sinatra
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Hits, Vol. 1-4 Capitol Collector's Series Sinatra
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Reprise: The Very Good Years Sinatra
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Sings the Songs of Van Heusen & Cahn Sinatra: Soundtrack to the CBS Mini-Series The Best of the Capitol Years Christmas Songs by Sinatra Gold Collection Frank Sinatra
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Sinatra
at the Movies Nothing but the Best Seduction: Sinatra
Sinatra
Sings of Love Classic Sinatra
Sinatra
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Sinatra
& Friends 36 Greatest Hits! Come Fly Away Sinatra/Jobim: The Complete Reprise Recordings Sinatra/Basie: The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings Sinatra: Best of the Best Best of Duets Sinatra, with Love

Soundtrack albums

High Society Young at Heart Robin and the 7 Hoods

Other albums

Frank Sinatra
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Tribute albums

A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra Perfectly Frank Manilow Sings Sinatra ...Allow Us to Be Frank Bolton Swings Sinatra A Tribute to Frank Sinatra

Tribute films

The Rat Pack The Night We Called It a Day

Videography

A Man and His Music A Man and His Music – Part II A Man and His Music + Ella + Jobim Francis Albert Sinatra
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Does His Thing Sinatra Sinatra
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Discography

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Sings Swingin' Down Yonder Pretty Baby Sleep Warm A Winter Romance This Time I'm Swingin'! Dino: Italian Love Songs Cha Cha de Amor French Style Dino
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TV Show Happiness Is Dean Martin Welcome to My World Gentle on My Mind I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am My Woman, My Woman, My Wife For the Good Times Dino Sittin' on Top of the World You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me Once in a While The Nashville Sessions

Posthumous albums

Live from Las Vegas Forever Cool

Compilation albums

Hey, Brother, Pour the Wine The Best of Dean Martin Dino: The Essential Dean Martin

Singles

" Powder Your Face with Sunshine (Smile, Smile, Smile)" "If" "You Belong to Me" "That's Amore" "Sway" "The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane" "Mambo Italiano" "Young and Foolish" "Under the Bridges of Paris" "Memories Are Made of This" "Innamorata" "Standing on the Corner" "Return to Me" "Angel Baby" "Volare" "On an Evening in Roma" "Just in Time" "Ain't That a Kick in the Head?" "Everybody Loves Somebody" "The Door Is Still Open to My Heart" "You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You" "Send Me the Pillow You Dream On" "(Remember Me) I'm the One Who Loves You" "Houston" "I Will" "Somewhere There's a Someone" "Come Running Back" "A Million and One" "Nobody's Baby Again" "(Open Up the Door) Let the Good Times In" "Lay Some Happiness on Me" "In the Chapel in the Moonlight" "Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me" "In the Misty Moonlight" "You've Still Got a Place in My Heart" "Not Enough Indians" "Gentle on My Mind" "I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am" "Detroit City" "She's a Little Bit Country" "Baby, It's Cold Outside"

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Starring Sammy Davis Jr. Just for Lovers Here's Lookin' at You Sammy Swings It's All Over but the Swingin' Boy Meets Girl Mood to Be Wooed All the Way... and Then Some! I Gotta Right to Swing

Reprise

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Songbook Sammy's Back on Broadway The Sammy Davis Jr.
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Sings and Laurindo Almeida Plays Sammy Davis Jr.
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Sings the Complete 'Dr. Dolittle' Lonely Is the Name I've Gotta Be Me

Verve

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MGM

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Live albums

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Compilations

Capitol Collectors Series Yes I Can! The Sammy Davis Jr.
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Story The Ultimate Rat Pack
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Soundtrack albums

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Singles

"Inka Dinka Doo" "Hey There" "And This Is My Beloved" "The Birth of the Blues" "Something's Gotta Give" "Love Me or Leave Me" "That Old Black Magic" "Too Close For Comfort" "All of You" "I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'" "Baby, It's Cold Outside" "What Kind of Fool Am I?" "Me and My Shadow" "Sam's Song" "As Long as She Needs Me" "The Shelter of Your Arms" "If I Ruled the World" "Hello, Dolly!" "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye" "I've Gotta Be Me" "The Candy Man" "(I'd Be) A Legend in My Time" "Singin' in the Rain" "That's Entertainment!" "Smoke! Smoke! Smoke!"

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