Audrey Hepburn was one of the most beautiful women - both inside and out - ever to step foot on this earth. This box set includes five of her most popular and beloved movies, all the way from her Hollywood debut in "Roman Holiday" to her most iconic performance in "Breakfast at Tiffany's".
ROMAN HOLIDAY: A bored young princess (Audrey Hepburn) runs away from her palace responsibilities and enjoys a whirlwind adventure around Rome with an American reporter (Gregory Peck). Special Features: "Remembering Roman Holiday" featurette, "Restoring Roman Holiday" featurette, "Edith Head: The Paramount Years" featurette, photo gallery, teaser trailer, theatrical trailer, and re-release trailer.
SABRINA: Shy, gawky chauffeur's daughter Sabrina (Audrey Hepburn) comes back from a Parisian finishing school and instantly becomes embroiled in a love battle between the two Larrabee brothers (William Holden and Humphrey Bogart). Based on the Broadway play "Sabrina Fair" by Samuel Taylor. Special Features: retrospective documentary, and trailer.
FUNNY FACE: Bookstore assistant Jo Stockton's (Audrey Hepburn) funny face becomes her ticket to fame and fortune on the Paris catwalk in this splashy musical treat co-starring Kay Thompson and Fred Astaire; and Hepburn's early dance training serves her in good stead. Special Features: "Fashion's Greatest Muse" featurette, "Parisian Dreams" featurette, "Paramount in the 50's" featurette, trailer.
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S: Audrey is world-weary callgirl Holly Golightly in this romantic favourite directed by Blake Edwards and with a magical musical score ("Moon River") from Henry Mancini. Special Features: audio commentary by producer Richard Shepherd, "The Making of a Classic" featurette, "It's So Audrey: A Style Icon" featurette, "Brilliance in a Blue Box" featurette, "Audrey's Letter to Tiffany" featurette, and trailer.
PARIS...WHEN IT SIZZLES: Audrey is reunited with her "Sabrina" leading man William Holden in this zany comedy about a screenwriter (Holden) and his secretary (Hepburn) nutting out ideas about a movie that he is racing against a deadline to complete. Special Features: trailer.
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