Audrey Hepburn 7-Film Collection - Audrey Hepburn 7-Film Collection (7pc) / (Box Ac3) | RECORD STORE DAY
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Seven-disc set includes: Roman Holiday (1953)Audrey Hepburn won a Best Actress Academy Award for her role as Ann, a beautiful princess on a European publicity tour. During a stop in Rome, Ann sneaks away from her embassy, determined to see the Eternal City on her own terms. A hard-bitten newspaperman (Gregory Peck), hiding the fact that he's a reporter, spends the day with her in an effort to get a scoop, but finds himself falling for the young royal. Director William Wyler's charming romantic comedy also stars Eddie Albert. 118 min. BW/Rtg: NR Sabrina (1954)Billy Wilder helmed and co-wrote this spry romantic comedy starring Audrey Hepburn as Sabrina Fairchild, the shy daughter of the wealthy Larrabee family's chauffeur. When a trip to Paris transforms Sabrina into a beautiful and elegant young woman, she catches the attention of both of the blueblood clan's sons-workaholic Linus (Humphrey Bogart) and carefree playboy David (William Holden). Walter Hampden, John Williams also star. 112 min. BW/Rtg: NR War And Peace (1956)This spectacular mounting of Tolstoy's classic novel was the first English-language adaptation realized for the silver screen. Set in Russia during the Napoleonic Wars, the sweeping saga juggles a complex web of intrigues involving families of aristocrats caught up in a tumultuous time when love often conflicted with duty. Henry Fonda, Mel Ferrer, Audrey Hepburn, Herbert Lom, and Anita Ekberg head the all-star cast; directed by King Vidor. 3 1/2 hrs. C/Rtg: PG Funny Face (1957)In this complete reworking of the 1927 stage musical in which he also starred, Fred Astaire is fashion photographer Dick Avery and Audrey Hepburn is shy bookstore clerk Jo Stockton, whom he discovers during a shoot and takes to Paris, transforming her into a top model. Kay Thompson and Robert Flemyng co-star in this lush, romantic musical with a wonderful George and Ira Gershwin score, including "'S Wonderful," "Think Pink!," the title tune, and more; directed by Stanley Donen. 103 min. C/Rtg: NR Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961)Audrey Hepburn is ever-engaging as author Truman Capote's vivacious yet vulnerable heroine, Holly Golightly, a piquant socialite who's tossed between hobnobbing amongst New York's party set and various wealthy escorts and her new love, neighbor Paul (George Peppard). Co-stars Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam, and Mickey Rooney; directed by Blake Edwards. Henry Mancini's score includes the Oscar-winning "Moon River." 114 min. C/Rtg: NR Paris When It Sizzles (1964)William Holden and Audrey Hepburn sizzle, too, in this breezy romantic bon bon, as playboy screenwriter Richard Benson and his temp secretary, Gabrielle Simpson, who act out film situations in his Paris apartment in an attempt to get over his writer's block. Fun remake of the 1952 French film "Holiday for Henrietta" co-stars Noël Coward, Grégoire Aslan, Raymond Bussières, and uncredited cameos by Marlene Dietrich and Tony Curtis. 110 min. C/Rtg: NR My Fair Lady (1964)George Bernard Shaw's play "Pygmalion," about the wondrous transformation of Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) into a refined woman of society by linguist Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison), was combined with such unforgettable Lerner and Loewe songs as "I Could Have Danced All Night," "On the Street Where You Live," and "Wouldn't It Be Loverly," and the result was this winner of eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Co-stars Wilfrid Hyde-White, Stanley Holloway. 172 min. C/Rtg: G