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American actor Frankie Avalon carrying his wife Kathryn Diebel on his back, while both of them are enjoying and laughing

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American actor Frankie Avalon carrying his wife Kathryn Diebel on his back, while both of them are enjoying and laughing
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American actor Frankie Avalon carrying his wife Kathryn Diebel on his back, while both of them are enjoying and laughing
American actor Frankie Avalon carrying his wife Kathryn Diebel on his back, while both of them are enjoying and laughing
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American actor Frankie Avalon carrying his wife Kathryn Diebel on his back, while both of them are enjoying and laughing Frankie Avalon (born Francis Thomas Avallone, September 18, 1940) is an American actor, singer, and former teen idol. Avalon was born in Philadelphia, the son of Mary and Nicholas Avallone. He was on U.S. television playing his trumpet by the time he was 11, performing on such programs as The Jackie Gleason Show. Teamed frequently with Annette Funicello, Avalon starred in a number of popular "beach party" comedy films during the mid-1960s. The wholesome and romantic coupling of "Frankie and Annette" in summer movies such as Beach Party and Beach Blanket Bingo became iconic figures in American films during that era. Avalon also had straight dramatic parts in the John Wayne historical western film The Alamo, as well as the science-fiction story Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961) with Barbara Eden. Materializing as a character called Teen Angel, his performance of "Beauty School Dropout" in the hit 1978 film of the musical Grease introduced Avalon to a new generation of viewers.

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SizeText 8.1" x 10.1"

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