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Audrey Hepburn Dazzles in Familiar "Breakfast at Tiffany's" Audrey Hepburn gives a defining performance that secures "Breakfast at Tiffany's" as a classic romantic film.

Audrey Hepburn style file: Best dresses and outfits from the 1950s fashion icon Audrey Hepburn was known for her elegance, poise, accent and ability to make literally any item of clothing look like couture. Of course, it helped that most of what she wore was carefully crafted specifically for her by Hubert Givenchy himself.

Could an Audrey Hepburn Blogathon Get Any More Fabulous? Yes-We've Added Prizes! O wind, if winter comes, can spring be far behind? I can't swear to it, but I'm pretty sure Shelley was talking about Audrey Hepburn's birthday. We'll be celebrating in a big way here at Sister Celluloid - and giving away prizes!

The incredible story of Audrey Hepburn, the Tonbridge soldier and the golden signet ring This man appears to have made the headlines again, this time all over the world, anonymously - his identity long since forgotten - as the soldier who sheltered with Audrey Hepburn in her youth in Nazi-occupied Netherlands in the Second World War.

Network's celebration of British Film continues with Ginger Rogers' Beautiful Stranger and Audrey Hepburn's Secret People Network Distributing has announced the next Blu-ray and DVD releases under its The British Film: Phase II label following a successful launch slate which included classic television spin-off feature films The Likely Lads, Sweeney! and Till Death Us Do Part.

'Dutch Girl' reveals Audrey Hepburn's little-known history during WW II Audrey Hepburn is best remembered as a beautiful, gamine actress, star of such films as "Breakfast at Tiffany's," "Funny Face," "My Fair Lady" and her Oscar-winning performance in "Roman Holiday." Through acting, dance and modeling, she epitomized the class, glamour and haute couture of old Hollywood.

Audrey Hepburn's most important acting role was to fool the Nazis as a WW2 spy In a rare interview about her experiences, Audrey said: "Those are things you don't forget. Her aristocratic Dutch mother Baroness Ella van Heemstra, whose family fortune had been lost, took Audrey to Holland when war broke out. She hoped it would remain neutral, but the Germans invaded in 1940, when her daughter was 11.

'Crazy Rich Asians' Gave Henry Golding the Best Film Debut Since Audrey Hepburn in 'Roman Holiday' Henry Golding landed it on his first try. Crazy Rich Asians debuts on HBO tonight. Where to stream Crazy Rich Asians.

Audrey Hepburn was secret World War II hero who spied on Nazis and hid Brit paratrooper in her cellar risking execution, new book claims HOLLYWOOD legend Audrey Hepburn was a secret World War II hero who spied on Nazis and hid a Brit paratrooper in her cellar - risking execution - a new book claims. Author Robert Matzen combed secret files, interviewed members of her family and sourced new diaries to uncover the incredible new information.

Audrey Hepburn spied for Dutch Resistance during World War II and hid an Allied paratrooper from the Nazis, new book reveals Oscar-winning actress, world-famous trendsetter, and… war hero? The actress' heroic deeds during WW II have been revealed in Robert Matzen's book 'Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War II'

Audrey Hepburn was a secret World War II hero who harboured a British paratrooper in her cellar But her heroics were revealed in the new book, Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War II. US writer Robert Matzen detailed how the icon risked being shot to hide the British soldier in her cellar before becoming a heroine of the Dutch Resistance.

Uncle Bardie's Spotlight Movie: Let the Audrey Shine Once a week on Friday, Uncle Bardie celebrates the creativity in others by shining a Spotlight on a movie, a song or a creator. This week's Spotlight Movie is "Breakfast At Tiffany's" :. There are a few perfect movies that a remake of them would be blasphemy.

Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn was heroine of Dutch Resistance An Allied operation to seize a bridge over the Rhine had been repulsed and paratroopers who had dropped from the sky on gliders were stuck in German territory on the far side of the river.It was then that a British soldier was hidden in the home of Adriaantje van Heemstra, a heroine of the Dutch res.

Why Audrey Hepburn Refused To Play Anne Frank In A Film Audrey Hepburn made some truly beloved and memorable films in her career such as Roman Holiday, Breakfast at Tiffany's, and Sabrina.

Hollywood legend Audrey Hepburn was a WWII resistance spy She was one of Hollywood's most celebrated actresses. But Audrey Hepburn had a role that few knew about: spy. And unlike the characters that she portrayed on screen, correctly playing this part could literally mean life or death.

Goodbye, skinny trousers. Hello, Hepburn pants If you’ve ever suspected that most fashion trends are exclusively for the very tall and very thin, I’m afraid the street-style set’s new favourite look will do little to persuade you otherwise. The…

Why Audrey Hepburn Refused To Play Her ‘Soul Sister, ’ Anne Frank Hepburn and Frank were both born in 1929 and lived in the Netherlands.

102+ EXCLUSIVE Audrey Hepburn Quotes To See Life Differently Deep Audrey Hepburn quotes will inspire you to love yourself, bring the best out of you and make a positive impact on the lives of others.

Why Audrey Hepburn Refused to Play Anne Frank in the Hollywood Film Despite Pleas from Anne's Dad Why Audrey Hepburn Refused to Play Anne Frank In the Hollywood Film.

Audrey Hepburn Turned Down The Role Of Anne Frank Even After Her Father Asked Audrey Hepburn was, and still is, a Hollywood icon. The films she touched turned to gold as they became instant classics. There was one role the actress would not take on and that was of Anne Frank. The two shared many similarities as outlined in Robert Matzen's new book Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn And World War II.

How Audrey Hepburn feared her mother's admiration of Adolf Hitler would ruin her career The Hollywood actress feared that her career would be derailed if it become public that her mother was a 'lipstick' Nazi, according to a new biography out April 15.

How Audrey Hepburn Survived Near Starvation During WWII: One Slice of Bread and Watery Broth During the day we merely existed." As Matzen writes, Hepburn, who died of abdominal cancer in 1993 at age 63, later described the conditions during that winter as "the nearest I could come to saying I've seen starvation." For more about Hepburn, pick up this week's issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.

Audrey Hepburn fought Nazis in German occupied Holland during WWII And in the new book Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn And World War II - which shared an excerpt in People this week - historian and biographer Robert Matzen wrote about how she helped the resistance in her native country. 'When my mother told us about her life, she never talked about Hollywood or her films,' said her son Luca Dotti, 49.

Hepburn and Givenchy: The original brand ambassadors Before Insta-influencers fronted brand campaigns, designers had their one true muse.

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