For some reason this Oscar always brings tears to my eyes… Audrey Hepburn

audreyFor those of you in territories where this turns up to be a blank box, please look up “Audrey Hepburn Oscar Roman Holiday” on YouTube, grazie mille.

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THE 26th ACADEMY AWARDS – AUDREY WINS BEST ACTRESS – 1954 | BEGUILING HOLLYWOOD.

audrey-hepburn-oscarOh, and I forgot to mention that in this photo, where Miss Hepburn is beaming over her congratulatory telegrams, she is in wardrobe for Sabrina, which was shooting on Long Island at the time she received her Oscar.

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  1. I loved the film Roman Holiday. Never have I felt more at the single word, ‘Rome,’ as I did when it came from her lips in the final scene. And I like that you’ve mentioned that she is in wardrobe for Sabrina. Never one to rest on her laurels.

  2. Most beautiful Oscar-winner ever. Period.
    No swan song, no overly serious gown and to be “truly, truly happy”!
    I can never see that clip too many times. To me, it is one of the great Oscar moments in its simplicity and elegance.

  3. Goodness. Gracious. Vickie, I’ve watched it about ten times. I’m weeping. Weeping. I also love the “nail biting” top shot. By the way, thanks to your Audrey Hepburn nods, I’ve been listening to the “Breakfast at Tiffany’s soundtrack non-stop! Theadora

    • Great soundtrack! Isn’t she touching? I don’t know that she ever transformed for the camera, but what she did was illuminate each role. Just amazing. I better head over to your site now and see what’s going on and gorgeous!

  4. It is impossible not to love Ms Hepburn, she was so fragile yet strong, warm, and entirely luminous. Oh, and Roman Holiday is so romantic, funny, and touching. They surely *don’t* make them like THAT anymore.
    Ah, one more thing, Audrey singing Moon River always makes me want to cry. Bella!

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