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Audrey Hepburn Remembered

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Audrey got her first Oscar (for best Actor, 1954) in ‘Roman Holiday’ beating Gregory Peck her co-star  in the same movie.

Audrey Hepburn Life Story… 

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=22692663474642

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Enjoy 1954 Movie, Roman Holiday starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn at link below:

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3rp5md

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Suresh Rao

Mellowed out and enlightened septuagenarian. Tech savvy. Social writing is just a pastime to kill time. I keep contributing to several developmental projects in the area of engineering education, IT and Healthcare projects launched by my kith and kin. I am too lazy to write a book, 'cause I think my life itself is a book! I am also at www.facebook.com/sureshnrao
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Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi(@bakshink)
1 year ago

Remarkable story of grit and determination. I don’t think it could be guide, because it was based on a novel named Malgudi by R.K. Narayan, but I haven’t seen either Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin or Roman Holiday, so let me see them first 🙂

Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi(@bakshink)
1 year ago
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You said it. When I was writing the comment I had the same feeling and now since you have mentioned it, I must do something about it. I have downloaded it on kindle for enjoying it myself again first 🙂

Ushasurya
Ushasurya(@ushasurya)
1 year ago

Lovely images!! I saw this movie thrice, I remember !! What a lovely movie it was!
They had brought out a remote copy of this this in Hindi too, I think as the “Guide”..Waheeda Rehman and Dev Anand. All the songs were beautiful but aaj phir jeene ki thamanna hai…takes the cake!

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