Audrey Hepburn on Blu

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  1. Claus Nielsen

    Claus Nielsen Stunt Coordinator

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    Sabrina and Funny Face were released in France and Scandinavia yesterday. The discs contain no extras.
     
  2. Osato

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    Wait Until Dark and How To Steal A Million are 2 that I would like on blu ray.
     
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    I would buy both of those titles also. In fact I love Wait Until Dark very much so and How to Steal a Million is a lot of fun.
     
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    I love the first and like the second (I think it's a bit too long), but the one I'd really love to have from this period is Two for the Road which was my pick as the best film of 1967.
     
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    I'll buy 'em all on blu. Love Audrey.
     
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    No one ever mentions Billy Wilder's 1957 film Love in the Afternoon with Audrey and Gary Cooper. The common consensus is that Cooper is 'too old', in the same way that Bogart is 'too old' in Sabrina. In fact, Love in the Afternoon is an immensely stylish movie and quite a rarity in the US and never shown or available on DVD in the UK. I don't think Audrey has ever been more beautiful than in this movie and William Mellor's satinous b&w photography could look wonderful on Blu-ray.
     
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    One of my favorite films.

    Would love to see it on Blu-ray, accompanied by violins, naturally.

    RAH
     
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    I would also like to have a blu ray of My Fair Lady.
     

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