So that it shouldn't be a total waste, the plot of "Once in Paris" could be used to add drama and excitement to a course of recorded French lessons.
Side one: The American is arrived in Paris. He has much of naivete (no smarts). He encounters a chauffeur (driver) who names himself Jean-Paul (Mac). The chauffeur, he knows everything. He points out the Arc de Triumphe (traffic jam). He makes him known to a restaurant where they drink the burgundy with the bouillabaise (red wine with fish).
Side two: He also points out a lady, very chic (wears hat). The man, he protests. He is married with a lady in Nouvelle York (the sticks). What is it that he should do with this beautiful lady in Paris? Oo-la-la! (Oh, boy.)
Side three: The lady, she knows everything (tout). She takes him to the Tour Eiffel (little known spot where none of the tourists go).
Side four: Many things happen. The man becomes desolate (sadder but wiser). It is finished. But he will always remember Paris (expensive French city where Americans learn many lessons).
ONCE IN PARIS: K-B MacArthur. CAPTION: Picture, THE AMERICAN HERO LEARNS ABOUT BOULES IN "ONCE IN PARIS."