Frank's Photo Gallery
Gallery of Sports Stars
In the 1970's, Frank Rosenthal hosted a top-rated television variety show direct from the world famous Stardust Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Every show was nothing short of spectacular as Frank was joined by a galaxy of Las Vegas's brightest stars, TV and Hollywood celebrities, sports champions and handicappers. While the Frank Rosenthal Show was on the air, Frank had interviewed Frank Sinatra, O.J. Simpson, Muhammed Ali, Tommy Lasorda, Billy Martin, Jim Brown, Dick Butkus, Siegfried & Roy and Mr. Hollywood Bob Hope (He's 95 years young), and many more. Enjoy Frank's unique perspective of the stars as you reminisce with these selected photos from the Frank Rosenthal Show.
Billy Martin>: Great New York Yankee second baseman and manager. All guts, never took a backwards step; Tommy Lasorda Scholarly Baseball Legend and Baseball Hall of Fame member. Class Personified. Former Manager of the L.A. Dodgers. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997.
Jim Brown: Jim's trademark was Power, Speed, and durability unlike any other player then or now. What a package! Class act. Played with Syracuse then played 9 seasons with the Cleveland Browns. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1971.
Muhammed Ali: History will recognize this living boxing legend as one of the top 4 fighters of all time. The fastest guns ever. Revered by the world. King Ali. Appearing with Ali is Tommy Lasorda
Dick Butkus: The Prime Minister of Defense. Dick is the greatest defensive player in the history of the NFL. Bar non! Played with the Fighting Illini and 9 bone jarring seasons with the Chicago Bears. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1979.
O.J. Simpson: Super Trojan. 1968 Heisman Trophy Winner from the USC who went on to star with the Buffalo Bills in the NFL. One of the top 5 running backs of all time! Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1985. Also pictured is Geri Rosenthal (next to Frank)
Bernie Yuman: A great horseback rider; Denise Clements and O.J. Simpson
Jilly Rizzo, Don King, Leo Durocher and Tony Lasorda join Frank to honor Frank Sinatra's mom at A Tribute To Dolly Sinatra.