Audrey’s entire film career would encompass less than thirty movies – a very slim filmography, but one that contains some of the best films of the fifties and sixties. At the age of twenty-one, while doing a bit part in a movie in Monte Carlo, Audrey Hepburn caught the eye of French writer Colette, who believed the young actress might be just the person to portray the title role in her Gigi.
After Audrey triumphed on Broadway, Paramount cast her in the lead of William Wyler’s Roman Holiday, a modern fairy tale about a young princess who skips her royal duties and falls in love with an American reporter (Gregory Peck). The film became an international hit and Hepburn an international star.
So, Let’s see how well you can identify the movie by seeing only one scene? Have fun.