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In which I have an absolutely marvellous time telling you about my favourite films from one of the twentieth century’s greatest icons, Audrey Hepburn.

Got any other movie recommendations? Let me know in the comments below!

“Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon” exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.

M O V I E S
“My Fair Lady” (1964)
Directed by George Cukor
Written by Alan Jay Lerner & George Bernard Shaw
Production Companies: Warner Brothers

Main cast: Audrey Hepburn (Eliza Doolittle), Rex Harrison (Professor Henry Higgins), Stanley Holloway (Alfred P. Doolittle), Wilfrid Hyde-White (Colonel Pickering), Gladys Cooper (Mrs Higgins), Jeremy Brett (Freddy Eynsford-Hill).
“Sabrina” (1953)
Directed by Billy Wilder
Written by Billy Wilder
Production Companies: Paramount Pictures

Main cast: Audrey Hepburn (Sabrina Fairchild), Humphrey Bogart (Linus Larrabee), William Holden (David Larrabee), John Williams (Thomas Fairchild), Walter Hampden (Oliver Larrabee).
“The Nun’s Story” (1959)
Director: Fred Zinnemann
Written by: Robert Anderson
Production companies: Warner Brothers

Main cast: Audrey Hepburn (Sister Luke/Gabrielle van der Mal), Peter Finch (Dr Fortunati), Dame Edith Evans (Rev. Mother Emmanuel), Dame Peggy Ashcroft (Mother Mathilde), Dean Jagger (Dr Van Der Mal), Mildred Dunnock (Sister Margharita).
“Roman Holiday” (1953)
Director: William Wyler
Written by: Dalton Trumbo, John Dighton
Production companies: Paramount Pictures

Main cast: Gregory Peck (Joe Bradley), Audrey Hepburn (Princess Ann), Eddie Albert (Irving Radovich), Hartley Power (Mr Hennessy), Harcourt Williams (Ambassador), Margaret Rawlings (Countess Vereberg), Paolo Carlini (Mario Delani), Claudio Ermelli (Giovanni), Paola Borboni (Charwoman).

M U S I C
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“Indie Romance” by Silent Partners

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