Collection of four films starring Audrey Hepburn. In 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' (1961) Hepburn stars as Holly Golightly, an eccentric high-class escort working in New York. Rubbing shoulders with Hollywood agents and wealthy politicians at glamorous parties, Holly plans to marry into money and save up to help support her brother who is due to return from the army. However, when young writer Paul Varjack (George Peppard) - the kept man of a wealthy older woman - moves into Holly's apartment block, the pair soon find their worlds turned upside down. In 'Roman Holiday' (1953) Hepburn stars opposite Gregory Peck in this classic romantic drama from director William Wyler. Bored with royal protocol while in Rome for an official engagement, Princess Anne (Hepburn) escapes her claustrophobic entourage in order to see what life beyond the castle is like. Down-at-heel American reporter Joe Bradley (Peck) is just one of many journalists vying for an interview, but he realises he has a major scoop on his hands when he meets the princess and initially pretends not to know who she is. Roping in a photographer friend, Bradley takes her on a tour of the city over 24 hours, all the while falling more in love with her. 'My Fair Lady' (1964) is Lerner and Loewe's musical version of George Bernard Shaw's 'Pygmalion' that follows Professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison), an expert in phonetics, as he accepts the challenge of transforming common cockney flowergirl Eliza Dolittle (Hepburn) into a well-spoken lady through lessons of elegance and elocution. Finally, 'Sabrina' (1954) is a romantic comedy starring Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart. Sabrina Fairchild (Hepburn) is the impressionable daughter of the chauffeur to the wealthy Larabee family. Her childhood crush on David Larabee (William Holden), the playboy younger brother, goes unnoticed until she returns a woman from finishing school in Paris. When David's dalliance with Sabrina places a lucrative business deal at risk, hard-headed elder brother Linus (Bogart) steps in and decides to woo her himself.