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Audrey Hepburn filmography and Audrey Hepburn Movies.

Audrey Hepburn filmography and Audrey Hepburn movies.

A list of Audrey Hepburn movies according to dates released.

In her first film role, Audrey played an airline stewardess in “Nederlands in Zeven Lessen,” a short Dutch travelogue film, 1948.

Audrey Hepburn Filmography

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Dutch in Seven Lessons (1948)

(documentary)

Dutch Independent

Director: Charles Hugenot van der Linden

Role: KLM Flight Attendant

Monte Carlo Baby released in 1951.

(English version)

Director: Jean Boyer

Role: Linda Farrel

Laughter in Paradise released in 1951.

Associated British Pictures, Great Britain

Directed By: Mario Zampi

Role: Cigarette Girl

One Wild Oat released in 1951.

Eros-Coronet, Great Britain

Directed By: Charles Saunders

Role: Hotel Receptionist (Unbilled Extra)

The Lavender Hill Mob released in 1951.

Ealing Studios, Great Britain

Directed By: Charles Crichton

Starring: Alec Guiness

Role: Chiquita

Young Wives’ Tale released in 1951.

Associated British Pictures, Great Britain

Directed By: Henry Cass

Role: Eve Lester

Secret People released in 1952.

The Secret People (1952)

Ealing Studios, Great Britain

Directed By: Thorold Dickinson

Role: Nora

Nous Irons a Monte Carlo released in 1951.

Nous Irons a Monte Carlo (1952)

(a.k.a. We Will Go to Monte Carlo

French version of Monte Carlo Baby)

GFD/Favorite Pictures

Directed By: Jean Boyer

Role: Melissa Walter

Roman Holiday released in 1953.

Paramount Pictures

Directed By: William Wyler

Starring: Gregory Peck, Eddie Albert

Role: Princess Ann (Anya Smith)

Sabrina released in 1954.

Paramount Pictures

Directed By: Billy Wilder

Starring: Humphrey Bogart, William Holden

Role: Sabrina

War and Peace released in 1956.

Ponti-DeLaurentiis Productions

Directed By: King Vidor

Starring: Henry Fonda, Mel Ferrer

Role: Natasha Rostov

Funny Face released in 1957.

Paramount Pictures

Directed By: Stanley Donen

Starring: Fred Astaire

Role: Jo Stockton

Love in the Afternoon released in 1957.

Allied Artists

Directed By: Billy Wilder

Starring: Gary Cooper, Maurice Chevalier

Role: Ariane Chavasse

Green Mansions released in 1959.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Directed By: Mel Ferrer

Starring: Anthony Perkins, Lee J. Cobb

Role: Rima

The Nun’s Story released in 1959.

Warner Brothers

Directed By: Fred Zinnemann

Starring: Peter Finch, Dame Judith Evans,

Dame Peggy Ashcroft

Role: Sister Luke

The Unforgiven released in 1960.

United Artists

Directed By: John Huston

Starring: Burt Lancaster, Audie Murphy

Role: Rachel Zachary

Breakfast at Tiffany’s released in 1961.

Paramount Pictures

Directed By: Blake Edwards

Starring: George Peppard, Patricia Neal,

Buddy Ebsen

Role: Holly Golightly

The Children’s Hour released in 1962.

United Artists

Directed By: William Wyler

Starring: Shirley McLean, James Garner

Role: Karen Wright

Charade released in 1963.

Universal Studios

Directed By: Stanley Donen

Starring: Cary Grant, Walter Matthau,

James Coburn

Role: Regina Lambert

Paris When It Sizzles (1964)

Paramount Pictures
Directed By: Richard Quine
Starring: William Holden
Role: Gabrielle Simpson

My Fair Lady (1964)

Warner Brothers

Directed By: George Cukor

Starring: Rex Harrison, Stanley Holloway

Role: Eliza Doolittle

Wait Until Dark (1967)

Warner Brothers

Directed By: Terence Young

Starring: Alan Arkin, Efram Zimbalist, Jr., Richard Crenna

Role: Susy Hendrix

Robin and Marian (1976)

Columbia Pictures

Directed By: Richard Lester

Starring: Sean Connery, Robert Shaw

Role: Lady Marian

Bloodline (1979)

Paramount Pictures

Directed By: Terence Young

Starring: Ben Gazzara, James Mason

Role: Elizabeth Roffe

They All Laughed (1981)

20th Century Fox

Directed By: Peter Bogdanovich

Starring: Ben Gazzara, John Ritter

Role: Angela Niotes

Always (1989)

Universal-United Artists

Directed By: Steven Spielberg

Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Holly Hunter

Role: Hap

How to Steal a Million (1966)

20th Century Fox

Directed By: William Wyler

Starring: Peter O’Toole, Eli Wallach

Role: Nicole Bonnet

Two for the Road (1967)

20th Century Fox

Directed By: Stanley Donen

Starring: Albert Finney

Role: Joanna Wallace

Audrey Hepburn Filmography continued…

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