if I had a world of my own,
everything would be nonsense.
Jack Lemmon photographed by Larry Barbier Jr at home.

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Hepburn did not waste time holding on to youth.  ”She was always a little bit surprised by the efforts women made to look young,” remembers [her son] Luca.  ”She was actually very happy about growing older because it meant more time for herself, more time for her family, and separation from the frenzy of youth and beauty that is Hollywood.” (Audrey’s Dolce Vita - Vanity Fair 2013.)

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Grace Kelly as Tracy Samantha Lord in High Society, 1956.

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Audrey Hepburn in Charade (1963).

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The story of the Titanic is very personal to each person who hears it, almost like a biblical story. This giant ship, all these people in the middle of the ocean, this iceberg, the warnings. What would it have been like to be there on that fateful night? 

Audrey Hepburn at a party honouring her return to London after the filming of Roman Holiday, 1953.

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Happy Birthday, Natalie Wood | July 20, 1938 - November 29, 1981 

"I adored Natalie Wood. She was incredibly generous, which not many people in our industry are. She was extremely driven and in charge of her career. Yet Natalie had a vulnerability about her - a part of her that longed to be taken care of." - Robert Redford

"She was like a human Alka Seltzer - she was just the most bubbling, effervescent person, and she was very easy to work with." - Tony Mordente

"She loved life too much. She was a brave women." - Tony Costello 

"There was a fragility in her, and the emotions were very close to the surface: scratch her and get to an emotional color right away. There’s something breathless about her, and you can feel a kind of quivering just below the surface, a very appealing and vulnerable part of her. She had it in person. There was a kind of breathless vulnerability. You want to say, ‘everything’s going to be okay.’" - Sydney Pollack

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Favorite Films: Gilda (1946)

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