Mia Farrow & Frank Sinatra Wedding July 19th 1966

Frank Sinatra and  Mia Farrow met on the set of Sinatra’s film, Von Ryan’s Express.

They married on July 19th 1966, at the Las Vegas casino of Jack Entratter. The bride was 21 and the groom 50. The wedding ceremony lasted four minutes, with no members of Frank’s family present. Movie producer William Goetz served as best man and and his wife as matron of honor.

They then flew to Palm Springs for a wedding party, with guests including Katherine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, Dean Martin and other faces from Hollywood.

Sinatra wanted Farrow to give up her acting career which she initially agreed to do. She accompanied Sinatra while he was shooting several films but soon tired of doing nothing and signed on to star in Rosemary’s Baby. She agreed to appear in his 1968 film, The Detective, but when she reneged as her filming schedule for Rosemary’s Baby overran, Sinatra served her divorce papers in front of the cast and crew.

Their divorce was finalized in August 1968. Farrow later blamed the demise of the marriage on their age difference and stated that she was an “impossibly immature teenager” when she married Sinatra.

In an interview for the November 2013 issue of Vanity Fair, Farrow said that she and Sinatra “never really split up” and answered “possibly” when asked if her son Ronan might be Sinatra’s.

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Frank Sinatra & Mia Farrow after getting married

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 Frank Sinatra & Mia Farrow after getting married

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Frank Sinatra & Mia Farrow after getting married

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Frank Sinatra & Mia Farrow after getting married

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Frank Sinatra & Mia Farrow after getting married . Image Credit: Rex Features

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