Two Audrey Hepburn Classics to be released as part of Paramount's Centennial Collection Label on January 13th!

It’s been announced that Paramount Home Entertainment will release two Audrey Hepburn classics, Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) and Funny Face (1957) on their Centennial Collection label, which in November will host new DVDs for Roman Holiday, Sabrina, and Sunset Boulevard. In Blake Edwards’ Breakfast…, Audrey plays cat-loving socialite Holly Golightly, while in Stanley Donen’s Funny Face, she plays a bookworm-turned-model. Both DVDs hit stores on January 13th, a week before the 16th anniversary of Audrey’s death. The asterik indicates new material exclusive to these releases.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s Includes:
◦ A Golightly Gathering*
◦ Henry Mancini: More Than Music*
◦ Mr. Yunioshi: An Asian Perspective*
◦ Behind the Gates: The Tour*
◦ Commentary by Producer Richard Shepherd
◦ 3 Featurettes (The Making of a Classic, Brilliance in a Blue Box, Audrey’s Letter to Tiffany)
◦ It’s So Audrey: A Style Icon
◦ Original Theatrical Trailer

Funny Face Includes:
◦ Kay Thompson: “Think Pink”*
◦ This is VistaVision*
◦ Snapshot: A Day in the Life of a Fashion Photographer*
◦ Fashion Photographers Exposed*
◦ Behind the Gates: A.C. Lyles Remembers Cecil B. Demille*
◦ The Fashion Designer and His Mus
◦ Parisian Dreams
◦ Paramount in the ’50s – Retrospective Featurette
◦ Galleries
◦ Original Theatrical Trailer

Source: Paramount Home Entertainment

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