ISTANBUL scrapes in as a 1956 Joseph Pevney-directed Universal jobby, with (uncredited) stock music by Mancini, Stein, Skinner etc. I used the "computer" to get that info.
I think we can allow that (the inclusion of ISTANBUL - and the use of computers to verify facts), but I do believe there should be stricter rules regarding the placement of the definite and indefinite articles. When there's an "a", or an "an", or a "the", you just all seem to either put it at the start or at the end however best it suits you. That's not clever, it's not clever at all.