Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Breakfast at Tiffany’s
with a New 7-Movie Blu-ray™ Collection of Audrey Hepburn Classics
Seven Unforgettable Films Available Together on Blu-ray for the First Time October 5, 2021
Rediscover seven of legendary actress Audrey Hepburn’s most memorable films with the AUDREY HEPBURN 7-MOVIE COLLECTION, debuting on Blu-ray October 5, 2021 from Paramount Home Entertainment.
Timed to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the beloved classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s, which was originally released on October 5, 1961, this must-own collection sparkles with luminous performances from Hepburn in My Fair Lady, Funny Face, Sabrina, Roman Holiday, Paris When It Sizzles, War and Peace, and, of course, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The Collection also includes access to Digital copies of each film and the legacy bonus content detailed below.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Based on Truman Capote’s best-selling novella, Breakfast at Tiffany’s captured the imagination of audiences everywhere and made an indelible impact on movies, fashion and society at large. In director Blake Edwards’ timeless classic, Hepburn’s intoxicating New York party girl Holly Golightly embarks on a wildly entertaining, comedic adventure to find love in the big city.
- Commentary by producer Richard Shepherd
- A Golightly Gathering
- Henry Mancini: More Than Music
- Mr. Yunioshi: An Asian Perspective
- Breakfast at Tiffany’s: The Making of a Classic
- It’s So Audrey: A Style Icon
- Behind the Gates: The Tour
- Brilliance in a Blue Box
- Audrey’s Letter to Tiffany
- Original Theatrical Trailer
My Fair Lady
Winner of eight Academy Awards®*, including Best Picture, My Fair Lady also won the Best Picture- Musical/Comedy Golden Globe® and was selected for the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry. Adapted from the Broadway stage hit, the film stars Rex Harrison as Professor Higgins, a role that earned him the Oscar® for Best Actor in a Leading Role, and Audrey Hepburn as the unforgettable Eliza Doolittle.
- More Loverly Than Ever: The Making of My Fair Lady Then & Now
- 1963 Production Kick-Off Dinner
- Los Angeles Premiere 10/28/1964
- British Premiere
- George Cukor Directs Baroness Bina Rothschild
- Rex Harrison Radio Interview
- Production Tests
- Alternate Audrey Hepburn Vocals
- Comments on a Lady
- Theatrical Featurettes
- Story of a Lady
- Design for a Lady
- The Fairest Fair Lady
Set against the luminous backdrop of the timeless City of Lights, the classic tale filled with dazzling fashion, music and romance stars the enchanting Audrey Hepburn as a bookstore clerk turned modeling sensation and Fred Astaire as the photographer who discovers her. Funny Face was the only pairing of the two stars and remains an irresistible love letter to Paris in the 1950s.
- Kay Thompson: Think Pink!
- This is VistaVision
- Fashion Photographers Exposed
- The Fashion Designer and His Muse
- Parisian Dreams
- Original Theatrical Trailer
Screen legends Humphrey Bogart and William Holden are the mega-rich Larrabee brothers of Long Island, New York. Bogie’s all work; Holden’s all playboy. They have little in common…except that they’ve both taken notice of a beautiful, sophisticated young woman, possessing a delightful zest for living, suddenly in their midst — Sabrina Fairchild (Audrey Hepburn).
- Audrey Hepburn: Fashion Icon
- Sabrina’s World
- Supporting Sabrina
- William Holden: The Paramount Years
- Sabrina Documentary
- Behind the Gates: Camera
Audrey Hepburn lights up the screen in her first starring role opposite the charismatic Gregory Peck in this funny, beautiful, and intoxicating romantic comedy. Ranked as the #4 greatest love story of all time by the American Film Institute, Roman Holiday earned 10 Academy Award® nominations**, including Best Picture, and won Best Actress for Hepburn, Best Costume Design for legendary designer Edith Head, and Best Writing for Dalton Trumbo.
- Filmmaker Focus: Leonard Maltin on Roman Holiday
- Behind the Gates: Costumes
- Rome with a Princess
- Audrey Hepburn: The Paramount Years
- Dalton Trumbo: From A-List to Blacklist
- Paramount in the ‘50s
- Remembering Audrey
- Theatrical Trailers
Paris When It Sizzles
Audrey Hepburn reunites with William Holden in this delightful romantic comedy, making its Blu-ray debut. Hepburn is Gabrielle Simpson, the captivating young assistant to screenwriter Richard Benson (Holden), who has three days to finish his movie. Together, they write and revise a romance/mystery as they envision themselves in the lead roles.
War and Peace
Tolstoy’s literary masterpiece comes to life in this epic film classic of international conflict, spectacular adventure, gripping intrigue and tragic romance set against the sweeping backdrop of Napoleon’s invasion of Russia. Directed by King Vidor, the film stars Hepburn, Henry Fonda and Mel Ferrer.
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Breakfast at Tiffany’s U.S. Rating: Not Rated
My Fair Lady U.S. Rating: G
Funny Face U.S. Rating: Not Rated
Sabrina U.S. Rating: Not Rated
Roman Holiday U.S. Rating: Not Rated
Paris When It Sizzles U.S. Rating: Not Rated
War and Peace U.S. Rating: PG for violence
*1965, Best Picture; Best Actor in a Leading Role; Best Director; Best Cinematography (Color); Best Art Direction (Color); Best Costume Design (Color); Best Sound; Best Music, Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment
**Winner: Best Actress (Audrey Hepburn); Best Writing (Motion Picture Story, Dalton Trumbo); Best Costume Design (Black & White, Edith Head), 1953. Additional nominations: Best Picture; Best Directing (William Wyler); Actor in a Supporting Role (Eddie Albert); Art Direction (Black & White); Cinematography (Black & White); Film Editing; and Writing (Screenplay).
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