Mr S

The Last Word on Frank Sinatra

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George Jacobs is generally considered 'the last of the Rat Pack', a member of the exclusive club that has fascinated us for decades. He was Sinatra's valet and confidant from 1953, when Ava Gardner had just left him, until the end of his marriage to Mia Farrow in 1968. Racy and revealing, this is a record of one of the longest and most outrageous mid-life crises ever as George helped Sinatra juggle his many mistresses - women like Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, Grace Kelly and Peggy Lee. Hollywood stars and Mafia bosses, the Kennedys and European royalty also all had a major part to play in Frank's glory years. But above all there was the Rat Pack who accepted George as one of their own. Dean Martin tried his comedy routines out on him and Peter Lawford did his drugs in front of him. MR S gives an insider's view of the highs and lows of life with the Rat Pack - the spectacle, the sex, the unrecounted brawls, violence, tensions and hatreds among the revellers at the wildest moveable feast of the century.

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About George Jacobs

George Jacobs grew up in showbusiness as his father owned a nightclub in New Orleans. He enlisted in the navy towards the end of the Second World War then went to work as a process server for an LA law firm. He became a valet for legendary agent Swifty Lazar then worked for Sinatra, Steve McQueen, George Hamilton and Bing Cosby before settling down in Palm Springs and becoming a carpenter.

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