Rumor has it that Audrey should have at least been nominated for an Oscar, but was passed over. The way I see it I haven't got the right to give him one. We just took up one day by the river." This is said in a movie where a high class call girl and a kept man, fall in love; what is this movie?It was felt Julie Andrews, should have been given the role she created on stage. Audrey wasn't typically praised for her vocal talents, but I loved her rendition of "Moon River" in "Breakfast at Tiffany's." I often watch the movie just to listen to the opening credits and then hear her sing the song on her apartment fire escape.
She just wants to wear pajamas, instead of stuffy nightgowns."Roman Holiday" (1953), starred Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck, and won Audrey her only Oscar, which was for Best Actress in a Leading Role."The Children's Hour" was released in 1961 and directed by William Wyler.Audrey and Shirley Mac Laine portray two schoolteachers accused of lesbianism by an obnoxious and mean-spirited little girl desperate for revenge because Audrey punished her for lying. Audrey played the lead role of Sabrina, even with the disapproval of Humphrey Bogart, who played Linus. But my father, he kept ladling gin down her throat."Oh, but Paris isn't for changing planes, it's for changing your outlook! letting in la vie en rose." This is said by a chauffeur's daughter, to the stuffy son of a wealthy family, but what movie is it from? He wanted the role to go to Lauren Bacall, his wife."Green Mansions," the story of mysterious Rima the Bird Girl, who falls for a bitter young man played by Anthony Perkins, is set in the Amazon jungles and has no scenes in Paris. This line is said with a cockney drawl, in this movie about a snobby professor wanting to make a poor flower girl into a refined lady. Why should she die of influenza, when she come through diphtheria right enough the year before. Then she come to so sudden, she bit the bowl right off the spoon." What multi-Oscar winning movie is this?This is said by Eliza Doolittle, explaining to Mrs.
Higgins that she does not believe her aunt died from influenza, but that her father "did her in".
"My Fair Lady" (1964), starred Audrey, alongside Rex Harrison.
Vice President Joe Biden at Parc on Rittenhouse Square, where he visited the kitchen to thank staff, including Starr Restaurant Organization's corporate chef Alex Lee.
The veep's graduating granddaughter, Naomi Biden, was feted Saturday on the roof deck at Continental Mid-town.
Beth Ostrosky Stern at Butcher & Singer for lunch on Monday.
This line is from a movie about a princess who begins to rebel against her strict rules, and constraining schedule; "Just the top part.