Golden Globe Moment: Frank Sinatra Wins His First Golden Globe,1946

by Elisa Leonelli October 17, 2018
Actor and entertainmer Frank Sinatra, Golden Globe winner, 1946

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Marina Cisternas, President of HFCA (Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association, that merged with the FPAH, Foreign Press Association of Hollywood, to form the HFPA, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, in 1955), presents to Frank Sinatra the newly designed Golden Globe trophy, as recipient of a special award “for the picture with the best international feeling produced in 1945”, the short film The House I Live In, at the 3rd Golden Globes ceremonies held Saturday March 30, 1946 at the Hollywood Knickerbocker Club. 

In 1953 Sinatra won a Golden Globe as Best Supporting Actor for From Here to Eternity, directed by Fred Zinnemann, starring Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr, he won another Golden Globe as Best Actor for the Technicolor musical Pal Joey in 1958, was the recipient of the Cecil B. deMille award in 1971.