THE ‘’COLUMBUS DAY RIOT’’ OF 1944

 

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On October 12th 1944 – Frank Sinatra opened his third season at New
York’s Paramount theatre. He was greeted by a huge crowd of fans,
mostly teenaged girls, When they refused to leave after the first show,
the frustrated crowd outside waiting to catch the next show went berserk,
sparking what became known at the “Columbus Day Riot “. It took 200
police along and 421 reserves to control the rampage.

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  1. […] side of the family was from Genoa, it seems appropriate to recognize Columbus Day (above is the Columbus Day Riot of 1944) in association with Sinatra. They all laughed at Christopher Columbus when he said the world […]

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