Person    | Male  Born 3/2/1928  Died 17/9/1999

Frankie Vaughan

Categories: Cinema, Music / songs

Singer. Born Frank Fruim Abelson at Liverpool Maternity Hospital. Known as 'Mr Moonlight' because of his signature tune 'Give Me The Moonlight'. He had some success with cover versions of American hits, before achieving fame with his own songs. He also appeared in several films, including 'Let's Make Love' with Marilyn Monroe. In common with many performers of his era, his fame was eclipsed in the 1960s by the likes of the Beatles and Rolling Stones. Died in the Churchill Hospital, Oxford.

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