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Which Member of the Rat Pack Is Your Soulmate?
by Teresa M.

Who do you love? With the iconic Rat Pack making history in the 1960s, many people were falling in love with these men. From Frank Sinatra to Sammy Davis, Jr., which member of the Rat Pack is your soulmate?

Before their informal group formed, the Rat Pack originally met each other in Humphrey Bogart's Los Angeles home. They would go on to call themselves "the Summit," but fans and reporters clearly weren't a fan of that name. They began calling them the Rat Pack and it stuck.

Viva Las Vegas! As the Rat Pack started performing together, they became a staple of Las Vegas life. While the Rat Pack had a few members, singers Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis, Jr. were the front men, but don't forget about Peter Lawford or Joey Bishop! Which of these men is your soulmate?

Are you destined for Ol' Blue Eyes, Frank Sinatra? He lives life in the fast lane and you've got to be ready to do things his way!

Is the moon hitting your eyes like a big pizza pie? "That's Amore" for you and Dean Martin! Do you need an all-around entertainer and jokester like Sammy Davis Jr. or are you falling in love with the handsome Peter Lawford? There's only one way to find out!

Are you destined for "The Candy Man" or Ol' Blue Eyes? Take this quiz and we'll tell you which Rat Pack member is your soulmate!

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