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Francis Makris "Fran" Jeffries (May 18, 1937 – December 15, 2016) was an American singer, dancer, actress, and model.

She appeared in the 1963 film The Pink Panther, in which she sang "Meglio Stasera (It Had Better Be Tonight)" while dancing provocatively around a fireplace. She sang the opening song "Shadows of Paris" in the first sequel, A Shot in the Dark, although she was uncredited. Her figure was highlighted, albeit briefly, in a minor role in Sex and the Single Girl. She sang on The Tom Jones Show in 1969 with the host, doing a duet of "You've Got What it Takes" as well as "The Smokey Robinson Show" from the following year, in which she did solo numbers as well as a duet with Smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder and the rest of the cast. She was featured in Playboy several years later in 1971 at the age of 33 in a pictorial entitled "Frantastic!" In 1982 she posed a second time for Playboy at the age of 45. This second pictorial was titled "Still Frantastic".

  WIKIPEDIA VIDEO: "Meglio Stasera" known in English as "It Had Better Be Tonight" is a 1963 song with music by Henry Mancini, Italian lyrics by Franco Migliacci and English lyrics by Johnny Mercer. It was composed for the 1963 film The Pink Panther where it was performed by Fran Jeffries.