Making her public debut in one of her father Frank's TV Specials in 1960, Nancy Sinatra is indelibly associated with These Boots Are Made For Walking, a defining soundtrack song of the 1960s. Signed by her father's record label Reprise in 1961 she had several flops before adopting a sexy new image to top the world's charts in 1966 with These Boots... A string of other pop hits followed, notably Sugar Town and Somethin' Stupid, a duet with Frank and the only time a father-daughter act have ever topped the US charts. She also duetted on several records with producer/arranger/songwriter Lee Hazlewood - their biggest with a cover of the country song Jackson - and in 1967 had more success with the Bond movie theme You Only Live Twice. Sinatra also co-starred with Elvis Presley in Speedway, and although her profile subsequently faded, she was back in the public eye in 2003 when her cover of Cher's Bang Bang featured in the Tarantino movie Kill Bill; it was a hit again in 2005 when sampled by Audio Bullys on a dance record. Sinatra also collaborated with Morrissey on Let Me Kiss You as part of an album of material written by younger artists like Jarvis Cocker, Calexico and U2.