Hollywood has lost another shining star from the Frank Sinatra era. Actress Betty Garrett, who co-starred with Sinatra in two films, has passed away at age 91, according to E! Online. She died Saturday at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center due to an aortic aneurysm.

Garrett was seen on TV in recurring roles in 'Laverne & Shirley' and 'All in the Family,' but her claims to fame were in her roles on the silver screen in the 1949 films 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' and 'On the Town,' co-starring Sintra and Gene Kelly.

Among other films, Garrett starred in 'Neptune's Daughter,' where she and Red Skelton performed a version of the classic duet 'Baby, It's Cold Outside.'