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Audrey Hepburn had one of her most iconic roles as consummate Manhattan playgirl Holly Golightly in this sparkling adaptation of the Truman Capote novella.
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A small-town Southern girl masquerading as a Manhattan socialite, Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) lives in a brownstone on the swank East Side, throws stylish parties, works as a part-time escort and, as agent O.J. Berman (Martin Balsam) says, is "a phoney — but a real phoney." Searching for money, love, and ultimately to define herself in the hectic life she leads, Holly has her mind set on marrying a South American millionaire (José Luis de Vilallonga), but finds her plans complicated by her innocent dealings with imprisoned ex-mobster Sally Tomato (Alan Reed) and, most of all, Paul Varjak (George Peppard), the young writer next door who is determined to convince her to marry him. Loosely adapting Truman Capote’s acidulous novella, director Blake Edwards and screenwriter George Axelrod crafted a frothy, bittersweet romantic comedy that provided Audrey Hepburn with her most iconic role. Bubbling along to the memorable score by Henry Mancini (who won an Academy Award® for his soon-to-be standard "Moon River"), Breakfast at Tiffany’s is one of the most celebrated Hollywood films of the 1960s.