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  • Format: Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: Oct. 2 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000RZGIPY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #148,087 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Timothy E. Lasiuta on May 7 2009
Format: DVD
As a rabid Audry Hepburn fan, I was pleased to find a 3 volume set of Hepburns' best. The presentation is good, and the film quality is high.

Fans of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" "Roman Holiday", and "Sabrina" should seek this out. It is very interesting, that in "Breakfast", the character of Holly Golightly is a gold digger, yet she sparkles with star power. We wondered how Truman Capote arrived at the name Golightly, and recently I met a young man from Utah whose last name was the same. He commented that it is a famly joke that his grandfather met Capote once. "Holiday" and "Sabrina" are marvelous, with Peck and Bogart providing equal star power to a powerful Hepburn. After watching both Sabrina films, I am not sure which is better. Certainly, Harrison Ford is our generations' Humphrey Bogart.

Great set, great value.

Tim Lasiuta
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Feb. 22 2007
Format: DVD
Audrey Hepburn was -- and remains -- the perfect illustration of elegance and sophistication in Hollywood. A lot of actresses have tried to imitate her look, but they couldn't manage the same onscreen grace and skill.

And the "Audrey Hepburn Collection" brings together three of the films that helped shape that image. Okay, they're not her most impressive. But all three are all funny, charming, romantic movies, and they are also the ones that Hepburn is still best known for doing.

Bored young Princess Ann (Hepburn) goes on a "Roman Holiday," when she gets upset, is sedated by a doctor, and has an odd reaction to it. Soon she has wandered out of the palace and into the streets of Rome, where she is found by struggling American journalist Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck). Since she appears to be drunk, he takes her home.

When Joe realizes that he has the missing princess in his apartment, he takes her on a whirlwind tour of Rome, with his pal taking photographs for a full article. But he doesn't count on falling in love with Ann. And Ann has a tough choice to make -- should she give up her royal life and stay with Joe, or fulfil her responsibilities as a princess?

"Sabrina" (Hepburn) is the daughter of the chauffeur at the palatial Larabee estate. She's also in love with the ne'er-do-well second son, David (William Holden), but is sent away to Paris to attend a cooking school. And with the help of a fairy godcount, she gains sophistication, ambition, and confidence... as well as the ability to make a souffle properly ("A woman unhappily in love, she forgets to turn on the oven!").

When she returns to the Larabees' estate, David is instantly smitten.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on June 24 2007
Format: DVD
Audrey Hepburn was -- and remains -- the perfect illustration of elegance and sophistication in Hollywood. A lot of actresses have tried to imitate her look, but they couldn't manage the same onscreen grace and skill.

And the "Audrey Hepburn Collection" brings together three of the films that helped shape that image. Okay, they're not her most impressive. But all three are all funny, charming, romantic movies, and they are also the ones that Hepburn is still best known for doing.

Bored young Princess Ann (Hepburn) goes on a "Roman Holiday," when she gets upset, is sedated by a doctor, and has an odd reaction to it. Soon she has wandered out of the palace and into the streets of Rome, where she is found by struggling American journalist Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck). Since she appears to be drunk, he takes her home.

When Joe realizes that he has the missing princess in his apartment, he takes her on a whirlwind tour of Rome, with his pal taking photographs for a full article. But he doesn't count on falling in love with Ann. And Ann has a tough choice to make -- should she give up her royal life and stay with Joe, or fulfil her responsibilities as a princess?

"Sabrina" (Hepburn) is the daughter of the chauffeur at the palatial Larabee estate. She's also in love with the ne'er-do-well second son, David (William Holden), but is sent away to Paris to attend a cooking school. And with the help of a fairy godcount, she gains sophistication, ambition, and confidence... as well as the ability to make a souffle properly ("A woman unhappily in love, she forgets to turn on the oven!").

When she returns to the Larabees' estate, David is instantly smitten.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly Dudeck on Feb. 6 2010
Format: DVD
A great combination of movies. My favorite of the three was Roman Holiday. These are classic movies that I wanted to be able to pass around to my family and to future generations who may not be familiar with how these times were. The ultimate collection of Audrey Hepburn, some of her greatest.
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By Ann on Jan. 2 2010
Format: DVD
Audrey is certainly a charming lady. It seemed like she could fit in every role.

In Breakfast at Tiffany, Audrey does a fine job in building her fashion icon.

In Sabrina, Audrey brings out the dreams that young girls often dream of.

In Roman Holiday, Audrey brings out her accent and charm for the princess role. Gregory Peck is a charming gentleman. Simple story, but I kept saying "no, please don't move on yet" because I knew what will happen and I just didn't want it to end.
All three works were remarkable. Roman Holiday being the most amazing one. You get to see Rome in black and white. It's so charming.
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