Lydia DeLucca is a New Jersey bartender who wants more out of her life than just marriage and kids. So she breaks off her engagement, and heads to college. This doesn't make her ex-boyfriend Lou happy, who thinks she is wasting her time getting an education. Her family is none too supportive either. Her mother, Dolly, thinks marriage would be better since she thinks Lydia can't take care of herself. Her dad, Frank, cares more about the New York Giants than Lydia's psych term paper. But that's life...
Runtime: 60 minutes
That's Life - That's Life (Frank Sinatra album) - Netflix
That's Life is a 1966 album by Frank Sinatra, supported by a studio orchestra arranged and conducted by Ernie Freeman. The album is notable for its title song, “That's Life”, which proved to be a top five hit for Sinatra in the age of the rock music phenomenon.
That's Life - Other Instrumentalists - Netflix
Hal Blaine - drums (1-2, 4, 8-10) Eddie Brackett Jr. - drums (3, 5-7), percussion (8, additional on 1) Russell Bridges - piano (8) Dennis Budimir - guitar (8) Frank Capp - percussion (8) Alvin Casey - acoustic guitar (1) Gary Coleman - vibes (1) Victor Feldman - percussion (2, 4, 9-10) Bobby Gibbons - guitar (2, 4, 9-10) John Gray - guitar (8) Lawrence Knechtel - Fender bass (1) Michael Melvoin - Organ played by (1-7, 9-10) Bill Miller - piano (All Tracks) Louis Morell - guitar (2-7, 9-10, acoustic on 1) Bill Pittman - guitar (8) Ray Pohlman - electric guitar (1) Emil Richards - percussion (3, 5-8) Tommy Tedesco - guitar (3, 5-7)
That's Life - References - Netflix