Peter O’Toole having fun with a cat, 1965.
Diane Kruger by Karl Lagerfeld for Vogue Germany
William Powell in The Thin Man Goes Home (1945).
Audrey Hepburn and William Holden on the streets of New York during the production of Sabrina, 1954.
Ernie Lehman [Sabrina’s screenwriter] recognized what was happening when he dropped into Bill’s dressing room one day. Lehman had been working so hard on rewrites of the Sabrina script that he had broken down in a weeping fit in a corner of the stage. “Go home and get some rest; you deserve it,” [director Billy] Wilder said. Before leaving, Lehman wanted to say goodbye to Bill Holden.
He walked into Holden’s dressing room unannounced. He found Bill and Audrey standing a foot apart facing each other, their eyes meeting. Lehman said his farewell and departed, realizing that something profound was happening between Bill Holden and Audrey Hepburn. (x)
Mayerling (1957)- with Mel Ferrer
Sabrina (1954)- with Billy Wilder
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