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La Dolce Vita -- the beloved throwback Italian restaurant in Beverly Hills where sand dabs still star on the entrée list -- will honor former regulars Frank Sinatra and his longtime agent and friend Guy McElwaine (who later became the head of Columbia Pictures during the era of Ghostbusters and The Big Chill) at a shared booth dedication ceremony Tuesday. Among those expected to attend are Sinatra’s daughter Tina and Universal Pictures chairman Adam Fogelson, as well as back-in-the-day compatriots Elliott Gould, George Segal, Angie Dickinson and Alan Ladd Jr. The only other patrons to have so far received

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