8. How to Steal a Million:
Directed By: William Wyler
Starring: Audrey Hepburn,Peter O’Toole, Eli Wallach, Hugh Griffith, Charles, Boyer
Released On: July 13, 1966
Box Office: $4.4 million
Story: It is a story of Nicole and he father, who lends his prized Cellini Venus to a prestigious museum. Simon Dermot is finding evidences against Charles, but he falls in love with Nicole. When she learns that museum is planning to conduct a test on Venus for insurance purpose, she asks Dermot to steal it from there in order to save her father from jail. Simon, who is in love with her, agrees to the proposal.
9. Two for the Road:
Directed By: Stanley Donne
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Albert Finney, William Daniels, Eleanor Bron
Released On: September 20, 1967
Box Office: $3, 500, 000
Story: It is a story of two people Joanna and Mark, Both recalls their first meeting on the road, memorable moments of their courtship, journey through Europe, their vow not to have children and their increasing tensions, which further lead to their extra marital affairs.
10. The Nun’s Story:
Directed By: Fred Zinnemann
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Peter Finch, Edith Evans, Peggy Ashcroft
Released On: July 18, 1968
Box Office: $6.3 million
Story: It is a story of Gabrielle Van der Mal, who is the daughter of a doctor. She leaves everything to enter a convent to become a nun. She excels in her medical studies and desires to go to Belgian Congo. When Reverend Mother asks her to fail her exams on purpose to show humility, she cannot bring herself to do so. Despite her good score in studies, she is not sent to Belgian Congo.
11. Paris When It Sizzles
Directed By: Richard Quine
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, William Holden
Released On: April 8, 1964
Box Office: $4 million
Story: It is a story of two people, Richard and Simpson. Richard is a writer, who has signed a contract of writing a script for a producer within three days. He hires a typist for this purpose, who helps him in all ways to develop the story. During this course, both fall in love with each other.
12. Funny Face:
Directed By: Stanley Donne
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Fred Astaire, Kay Thompson, Robert Flemyng
Released On: February 13, 1957
Box Office: $2.5 million
Story: In this movie, Dick Avery who is a fashion photographer, and is in search of an intellectual backdrop for a model reaches a book store. When the photo shoot is over, the book store is left in a disarranged manner. However, Dick helps the sales girl Jo. When he sees the photo of Jo in the background of one backdrop, he gets attracted to her unique appearance. He gives an offer of modeling to Joe, and accepts it. Eventually, she starts liking her work and the company of that handsome photographer.
13. The Lavender Hill Mob:
Directed By: Charles Crichton
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Alec Guinness, Stanley Holloway
Released On: June 15, 1951
Story: It is a story of a shy retiring man, who serves honestly for 20 years as a bank transfer agent. He wants to become very rich and desires to live a wealthy life. Thus, he along with his friend steals gold, and smuggles it from England to France. Soon, they join hands with professional criminals Lackery and Short.
14. Love in the Afternoon:
Directed By: Billy Wilder
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Gary Cooper, Maurice Chevalier
Released On: June 30, 1957
Box Office: $2 million
Story: In this movie, Fredric, who is happily married to Helene dreams about other women in the afternoons. However, he never thinks of taking such action. One day, he meets Chloe who has been a mistress of an old friend. She seduces Fredric that results in a moral dilemma to him.
15. The Unforgiven:
Directed By: John Huston
Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Burt Lancaster
Released On: April 6, 1960
Box Office: $3,200,000
Story: The movie is based on a novel by Alan Le May. It is a story of a family whose neighbors suspect that their adopted daughter was stolen from local Kiawa tribe.
In the final analysis, it can be said that Audrey Hepburn was a refined actress. With her delicate figure and beauty and acting, she becomes an icon of films and fashion. She worked in almost in every type of movie, including comedy, romantic, suspense thriller and action. She gave many blockbusters like Roman Holiday, Sabrina, Children’s Hour, Two for the Road, The nun’s Story, My Fair Lady, Wail Until Dark, Charade etc. She won many awards for her outstanding performances in various movies. Her last movie was always that was released in 1989. This famous celebrity of Hollywood died in 1993. However, she is still remembered by her fans and thus alive in the form of her blockbuster movies.