Frank Sinatra, the greatest entertainer of the 20th century, is remembered by some of the brightest stars in Hollywood in this television memorial which celebrates his life and mourns his passing. Join Tony Bennet, Kirk Douglas, President Bill Clinton, Jack Lemmon, Faye Dunaway, Wayne Newton, Senator Ted Kennedy, Dionne Warwick, Vic Damone, Don Rickles, Milton Berle, Tom Selleck, Cyd Charisse, Sidney Poiter, Debbie Reynolds, Sophia Loren, Tony Curtis, Rober Wagner, Joey Bishop, Johnny Depp, Dom Deluise, Roseanne, Connie Stevens, Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn and hundreds of others touched by the magic of Ol' Blue Eyes, as they pay tribute to the man with the voice of gold. Exclusive flashback interviews with Sinatra, his friends and his family, reveal little known facts about his overwhelming generosity and the sensationalized image created by the press. In-depth interviews with those who knew him best... Ed McMahon, Tommy Sands, Shecky Green, Phyllis McGuire, Quincy Jones and Betty Garrett, among others. See highlights from some of Sinatra's last films and farewell performances. "The House I Live In" A group of kids learn a lesson in racial and religious tolerance in this moving film. Frank Sinatra teaches them "what America means to me." The musical short won an Oscar in 1945. Edward R. Murrow interview Frank Sinatra takes the audience on a tour of his Coldwater Canyon home in Los Angeles, California, in this episode from Edward R. Murrow's popular 1950's television series. " Person to Person." Frank displays mementos gathered during his career, including a portrait of his dear friend, Franklin Delano Roosevelt.