Track Title:               The Girl Who Stole The Eiffel Tower

Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra
Vocal:                     William Holden
From the Album:            Frank Sinatra In Hollywood (1940-1964)  A
From the Film:             Paris When It Sizzles  M

               William Holden:  I got an idea.  I got an idea, first good one I've had in four months.
  No, that's not true, a
few weeks ago I had an idea to give up drinking, but it did not photograph.  Now, this will be good,
very good indeed,
a simple story of a simple Parisian working girl and how she spent July 14th.  The whole picture plays
 in one day, and I
got two days to write it.  Fade in, exterior Paris, and our story begins.  It's early Bastille Day
morning.  And all the
trumpets of Paris are sounding Reveille.  (Fanfare) Now, over a shot of the Arch of Triumph,
superimposed, an
Alexander Meyerheim Production.  Cut to the Eiffel Tower.  The Main Title  The trumpets segway into
the inevitable
title song.  Maybe we can get some actor to sing it.

               Frank Sinatra sings: The girl who stole the Eiffel Tower also stole my heart.

               William Holden continues:  There follows an interminable list of other credits
acknowledging the efforts of all
the, quote, little people, unquote, whom I shall so graciously thank in my acceptance speech at the
Academy Award.
As the cymbals crash, original story and screen play by Richard Benson. Okay.  Fade-out...