During the 1968 presidential campaign, candidates from both parties sought Hollywood support. Nancy Sinatra (b. 1940) organized a youth rally for Hubert Humphrey (1911–1978), who hoped to win over followers of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy (1925–1968)—as Sinatra herself had been—at the Camelot set on the Warner Brothers lot. Studio head Jack L. Warner (1892–1978) of Hollywood’s old guard had difficulty attracting youth to the campaign of Richard Nixon (1913–1994). Both invited Bob Hope to help.