“Good Thing” Lying

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It all started back in 2013 when in a Vanity Fair article Mia Farrow said that Frank Sinatra might “possibly” be her son Ronan’s father

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Let’s get into the Wayback Machine and review the facts about Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra

On July 19, 1966, Farrow married singer Frank Sinatra at the Las Vegas home of Jack Entratter Farrow was 21 years old at the time while Sinatra was 50. 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. Filming for Rosemary’s Baby ran over its initial estimated filming schedule, which angered Sinatra who had cast Farrow in a role in his film The Detective. After Farrow failed to report for filming, Sinatra cast actress Jacqueline Bisset in Farrow’s role. In November 1967, while Farrow was filming Rosemary’s Baby, Sinatra’s lawyer served her with divorce papers. 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 The two remained friends until Sinatra’s death.

“Friends”? According to Joseph Losey when the divorce papers were served on her on the set of his film Secret Ceremony Mia flipped out and it took all of co-star Robert Mitchum’s powers of persuasion to calm her down.

But then so much is unsettled about this serial child-adopter and thief of other women’s husbands who for most of her life was a fairly interesting actress.

Mia Farrow was Woody Allen’s favorite leading lady for a number of years turning in memorable performances in such memorable films as Broadway Danny Rose, Radio Days, and The Purple Rose of Cairo. They were also a couple of sorts in that they did not live together. It all came crashing down in 1992 when Mia discovered Woody was having an affair with Soon-Yi Previn — the girl she adopted when married to Andre. She and Allen were married in 1992. That same year came charges (emblazoned across the pages of the New York Times of all place)that Woody had sexually molested Dylan — the girl he had adopted with Mia. This claim was decried by Moses Farrow — another of Mia’s adopted children who said there was no way the incident described by Dylan could have taken place as he was there at the time. Mia is no longer on speaking terms with him.

Public antipathy with Woody Allen (whose filmmaking career is in severe decline) is understandable. But the Zombie Lie of “Ronan is Sinatra’s son” is of another order

Satchel Ronan Allen Farrow was born in 1987. At that time Frank Sinatra was 67 years old

Moreover –

The New York Daily News reports that the second volume of James Kaplan’s biography, Sinatra: The Chairman, suggests that Sinatra couldn’t have fathered Ronan, 27, because the “My Way” singer was impotent and incapacitated when the boy was conceived.
According to the newspaper, the book claims that Sinatra was rushed to a hospital in October 1986 for a severe stomach condition known as acute diverticulitis. Doctors reportedly removed a section of the singer’s intestine and he was forced to wear a colostomy bag for several months. After the health scare, Sinatra stayed in Hawaii and Palm Springs, California, with his wife Barbara for the first three months of 1987, when the now 27-year-old Ronan would have been conceived.
According to the newspaper, the book claims that Sinatra was rushed to a hospital in October 1986 for a severe stomach condition known as acute diverticulitis. Doctors reportedly removed a section of the singer’s intestine and he was forced to wear a colostomy bag for several months. After the health scare, Sinatra stayed in Hawaii and Palm Springs, California, with his wife Barbara for the first three months of 1987, when the now 27-year-old Ronan would have been conceived.

a fortiori Tina Sinatra said that her father had had a vasectomy making such a conception impossible. Yet the Zombie Lie persists, fueled by Woody-Hatred and soi distant Sinatra love.

And so to sing us out, here’s The Chairman of the Board

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