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How to Steal a Million

Nearly everyone has heard of Breakfast at Tiffany's and My Fair Lady, but to my mind Audrey Hepburn's most delightful film is the lesser-known How to Steal a Million. This 1966 heist comedy sees Hepburn's Nicole team up with the impossibly debonair Peter O'Toole to steal a statue created by her father, a roguish forger played with great relish by Hugh Griffith. Rounding out the cast is Eli Wallach as the feverish art collector who is enamoured of both Nicole and the statue. Add to this the Paris settings, great artworks and Hepburn's Givenchy wardrobe, and you have perfect escapist fare. 

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