Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Tony Heard 'Get Bobby' Chatter From Sam, Others ...

Theater as history: Where is truth about JFK / Mob / CIA?

“Ride the Tiger” is the apt image for William Mastrosimone’s credible, exciting and instructive play about the Kennedy White House era.

When the players fall off the tiger – one-by-one – therein lies the clearest view of the tragedy.

Frank Sinatra thought he had a brother in President John Kennedy, sharing fun and women, campaigning and brokering a deal for crucial West Virginia primary votes. Kennedy thought he could tangle with Mob benefactors and the CIA – two sides of the same coin in the Fidel Castro murder plots and elsewhere – and still survive. Chicago Mob boss Sam Giancana knew the score ...

  • Complete column at New Haven Register

  • Also at:

  • Litchfield County Times

  • Register Citizen

  • Middletown Press

  • Frank Sinatra - "High Hopes" with Jack Kennedy (1960)

  • Part of Sinatra's penance for helping Kennedys: car commercial

  • The Real Judith Campbell Exner With New Haven's Tony Consiglio
    -- photo courtesy of Franz Douskey,
    author of 'Sinatra and Me: the Very Good Years'

  • 'Tony the Clam's wild ride with Frank Sinatra

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