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Director: Blake Edwards | Year: 1961 | Runtime: 115 min
Blake Edwards directs Hepburn in this quintessentially poignant romance, in which Holly Golightly (Hepburn) and Paul Varjak (George Peppard) “light up the screen.” Featuring the Oscar winning score by Henry Mancini.
Director: Stanley Donen | Year: 1963 | Runtime: 113 min
Stanley Donen’s 1963 comedic thriller features Hepburn as a young American woman relentlessly pursued through Paris by a trio of thieves after a fortune her late husband stole from them. A mysterious stranger (Cary Grant) might be the only person she can trust. (HD presentation)
Director: William Wyler | Year: 1953 | Runtime: 118 min
Her captivating portrayal of a modern-day princess who falls for an American newspaperman (Gregory Peck) earned Hepburn an Academy Award in 1954. The musical adaptation is now on stage through August 19 at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.
Director: Billy Wilder | Year: 1954 | Runtime: 113 min
Hepburn’s eponymous role as the desirable Sabrina Fairchild in Billy Wilder’s 1954 classic, endeared audiences including her fellow cast members Humphrey Bogart and William Holden, who played the lovestruck Larrabee brothers.
Director: Richard Quine | Year: 1964 | Runtime: 110 min
Presented by The Loft Literary Center.
10 years after working together in Sabrina, Hepburn and William Holden come together again in the 1964 adaptation of the French film Holiday for Henrietta, in which a screenwriter and his witty secretary develop more than a new script in the steamy Paris heat.