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List of Audrey Hepburn Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Sabrina (1954)
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Sabrina
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Sabrina, the young daughter of the family’s chauffeur, is in love with the master’s playboy son, David. David on his part continues to consider her a child until she returns home after a two year stint in Paris. By then, he is engaged to be married and the wedding is important for the family business. Then there is also Linus, David’s older brother. 

Role:
Sabrina Fairchild
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, William Holden, Marion Ross, Benny Hill, Walter Hampden, John Williams
Directed By:
2. How to Steal a Million (1966)
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How to Steal a Million
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Charles Bonnet is a successful art forger, but he finds himself in trouble when one of his works end up in a famous museum in Paris. He is worried because if experts are able to determine that it is inauthentic, his reputation will be tarnished. However, his daughter teams up with a burglar to steal the sculpture before it is too late.  

Role:
Nicole
Starring:
Directed By:
3. The Nun's Story (1959)
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The Nun's Story
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6

Based on a 1956 novel of the same name, this drama film revolves around the life of a woman, who decides to enter a convent and become a nun. However, the decision she has taken will require her to make several sacrifices.

Role:
Sister Luke
Starring:
Peter Finch, Edith Evans, Peggy Ashcroft, Dean Jagger
Directed By:
Fred Zinnemann
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best British Actress
4. Charade (1963)
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Charade
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Reggie meets Peter Joshua on a skiing holiday and decides to divorce her husband Charles. Upon returning to Paris, she finds her apartment stripped bare and learns that Charles has been murdered while trying to leave Paris. She later learns about his sordid past and with Peter by her tries to sort things out.  But why is Peter changing his name constantly?

Role:
Regina Lampert
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best British Actress
5. Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
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Breakfast at Tiffany's
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The movie follows Holly Golightly who has a habit of staring at the windows of Tiffany & Co. and is looking for a wealthy man to marry. Things take a romantic turn when struggling writer Paul Varjak moves in next door. Holly eventually finds true love and happiness with Paul. 

Role:
Holly Golightly
Directed By:
6. My Fair Lady (1964)
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My Fair Lady
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Arrogant phonetics professor, Henry Higgins, believes he can teach anyone to speak high-society English perfectly, including Eliza Doolittle who has a strong cockney accent. As Eliza advances, a bond develops between her and Higgins. But the appearance of young aristocrat Freddy who is infatuated with Eliza might upset the balance. 

Role:
Eliza Doolittle
Starring:
Jeremy Brett, Rex Harrison, Stanley Holloway, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Gladys Cooper
Directed By:
7. Roman Holiday (1953)
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Roman Holiday
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A royal princess Ann, irritated by her regulated lifestyle and duties, escapes from her embassy while in Rome and ends up sleeping at a public bench. She is found by Joe Bradley, an American newspaper reporter who takes her to his apartment for safety. The next morning, when he finds out her real identity, he promises his editor an exclusive and takes Ann on a sightseeing tour.

Role:
Princess Ann
Starring:
Gregory Peck, Eddie Albert, Hartley Power, Harcourt Williams
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Drama, BAFTA Award for Best British Actress
8. Wait Until Dark (1967)
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Wait Until Dark
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A blind woman is terrorized by a group of thugs while they search for a doll in her apartment which contains a fortune in smuggled heroin.

Role:
Susy Hendrix
Starring:
Alan Arkin, Mel Ferrer, Richard Crenna, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Jack Weston
Directed By:
Terence Young
9. Funny Face (1957)
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Funny Face
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A fashion photographer is struck by the beauty of Jo, a shy bookstore employee, whom he had photographed by accident. He soon convinces her that she has the potential to become a great model, and asks her to go with him to France. Soon, they find themselves falling for each other, but there are several hurdles coming as well.

Role:
Jo Stockton
Starring:
Fred Astaire, Kay Thompson, Michel Auclair, Robert Flemyng
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
10. War and Peace (1956)
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War and Peace
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6

War and Peace is a romantic war drama film which revolves around the lives of few members of the Russian aristocracy, just few years before Napoleon’s invasion. After his friend passes away, Count Pierre Bezukhov receives a significant inheritance, and decides to get married. As for his friend, Prince Andrei Bolonsky, his wife dies of childbirth. Shortly after, he falls in love with another woman named Natasha, but is soon called to war.  

Role:
Natasha Rostova
Directed By:
11. Two for the Road (1967)
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Two for the Road
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9

Two for the Road is a romantic drama comedy film which tells the story of Mark Wallace and his wife Joanna, who travel to France for a meeting with an affluent client. While there, they start reflecting on their first ten years of marriage.  While mutual infidelity is threatening to tear them apart, they try to rekindle their passion.

Role:
Joanna Wallace
Starring:
Albert Finney, Jacqueline Bisset, Eleanor Bron, William Daniels, Gabrielle Middleton
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
12. The Children's Hour (1961)
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The Children's Hour
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Mary is a rebellious student studying at a girl’s school who is known to be a spoiled child, who bullies her classmates. When she loses interest in going back to school, she accuses two of her teachers of being lesbians.  

Role:
Karen Wright
Starring:
James Garner, Shirley MacLaine, Veronica Cartwright, Miriam Hopkins, Fay Bainter
Directed By:
13. Love in the Afternoon (1957)
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Love in the Afternoon
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Love in the Afternoon is a romantic crime comedy film which tells the story of a naive girl who meet and falls for the charms of an ageing playboy, who is also attracted to her. At the same time, her father, who is a detective has been hired to catch the playboy red-handed with the wife of his client.

Role:
Ariane Chavasse / Thin Girl
Starring:
Gary Cooper, Maurice Chevalier, Louis Jourdan, John McGiver, Van Doude
Directed By:
14. The Unforgiven (1960)
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The Unforgiven
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This Western romantic drama film takes us to post-Civil War Texas, and it revolves around the Zachary and the Rawlins families, who are quite close. Charlie, son of the Rawlins family, is interesting in courting Rachel, the adopted daughter of the Zacharys. However, the relationship between the families gets strained when it is suspected that Rachel was stolen as a child from the Kiowa tribe.

Role:
Rachel Zachary
Starring:
Burt Lancaster, Lillian Gish, Audie Murphy, John Saxon, Charles Bickford
Directed By:
15. Always (1989)
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Always
PG
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Pete Sandich, a daredevil aerial forest-fire fighter, uses WWII-vintage plane to put out forest fires. His risk-taking worries fiancée Dorinda, who urges Pete to opt for the training job. On his last flight, he takes precarious dive and saves his friend Al, but loses own life. Pete then faces the challenge of helping Dorinda get over her grief and guiding Ted, who has fallen for her

Role:
Hap
Starring:
John Goodman, Richard Dreyfuss, Keith David, Holly Hunter, Brad Johnson, John Goodman
Directed By:
16. Paris - When It Sizzles (1964)
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Paris - When It Sizzles
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10

Paris- When It Sizzles is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a young assistant of a Hollywood screenwriter, who tries to come up with a way to help him overcome his writer’s block.

Role:
Gabrielle Simpson / Gaby
Starring:
Tony Curtis, Frank Sinatra, Mel Ferrer, William Holden, Grégoire Aslan, Raymond Bussières
Directed By:
Richard Quine
17. Robin and Marian (1976)
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Robin and Marian
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An ageing Robin Hood returns from the Crusades, and hopes to win the hand of Maid Marian. However, things get complicated, because she has embraced a new life as a nun, and doesn’t fully welcome his return.

Role:
Maid Marian
Starring:
Sean Connery, Richard Harris, Ian Holm, Ronnie Barker, Robert Shaw, Nicol Williamson
Directed By:
Richard Lester
18. Secret People (1952)
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Secret People
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Role:
Nora
Starring:
Bob Monkhouse, Valentina Cortese, Serge Reggiani, Charles Goldner, Angela Fouldes
Directed By:
Thorold Dickinson
19. Green Mansions (1959)
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Green Mansions
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Role:
Rima
Starring:
Anthony Perkins, Sessue Hayakawa, Lee J. Cobb, Henry Silva
Directed By:
20. Nous irons à Monte Carlo (1951)
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Nous irons à Monte Carlo
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3
Starring:
Ray Ventura, Henri Génès, Georges Lannes, Philippe Lemaire
Directed By:
Jean Boyer
21. They All Laughed (1981)
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They All Laughed
PG
10
7
Role:
Angela Niotes
Starring:
John Ritter, Ben Gazzara, Patti Hansen, Dorothy Stratten
Directed By:
Peter Bogdanovich
22. The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)
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The Lavender Hill Mob
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Henry is a meek bank clerk who is in charge of overseeing the shipments of gold. Along with his eccentric neighbor, he soon plans to steal gold bars, and smuggle them out of the country.

Starring:
Alec Guinness, Stanley Holloway, Sidney James, Alfie Bass, Marjorie Fielding
Directed By:
Charles Crichton
23. Monte Carlo Baby (1951)
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Monte Carlo Baby
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7
Role:
Linda Farrel / Melissa Farrell
Starring:
Jules Munshin, Cara Williams, Michele Farmer, Philippe Lemaire
Directed By:
Jean Boyer, Lester Fuller
24. Young Wives' Tale (1951)
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Young Wives' Tale
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Starring:
Joan Greenwood, Nigel Patrick, Derek Farr, Guy Middleton
Directed By:
Henry Cass
25. Sauce Tartare (1949)
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Sauce Tartare
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3
Starring:
Claude Hulbert, Jessie Matthews, Renee Houston, Muriel Smith
Directed By:
Audrey Cameron
26. Laughter in Paradise (1951)
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Laughter in Paradise
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9
Starring:
Alastair Sim, Fay Compton, Guy Middleton, George Cole
Directed By:
Mario Zampi
27. Bloodline (1979)
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Bloodline
R
5
10
Role:
Elizabeth Roffe
Starring:
Michelle Phillips, Omar Sharif, Romy Schneider, James Mason, Irene Papas, Ben Gazzara, Claudia Mori
Directed By:
Terence Young
28. One Wild Oat (1951)
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One Wild Oat
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9

One Wild Oat is a British comedy film which tells the story of Humphrey, a lawyer whose daughter is infatuated with a man known for his philandering ways. He attempts to reveal the man’s past to his daughter, but the plan backfires when the man’s father threatens to reveal the barrister’s shady background.  

Starring:
Roger Moore, Robertson Hare, Stanley Holloway, Vera Pearce, Andrew Crawford
Directed By:
Charles Saunders
29. Love Among Thieves (1987)
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Love Among Thieves
8
7
Role:
Baroness Caroline DuLac
Starring:
Robert Wagner, Patrick Bauchau, Jerry Orbach, Brion James
Directed By:
Roger Young

TV Shows

BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
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3
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
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3
Starring:
Luise Rainer, Laurence Harvey, Richard Attenborough, Trevor Howard, Vanessa Redgrave, Kenneth Williams, Richard Todd
Directed By:
Producers' Showcase
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Producers' Showcase
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4
Starring:
Paul Newman, Buster Keaton, Lauren Bacall, Broderick Crawford, Ray Walston, Joel Grey, Margaret Sullavan
CBS Television Workshop
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CBS Television Workshop
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4
Starring:
Leslie Nielsen, James Dean, Sidney Poitier, Grace Kelly, Robert Baines, John Baragrey, Harry Bellaver
Directed By:
Sidney Lumet, Curt Conway, Richard Franchot

Audrey Hepburn Awards

Academy Awards
Roman Holiday Best Actress in a Leading Role 1954
Golden Globe Awards
Winner World Film Favorite - Female 1955
Roman Holiday Best Actress - Drama 1954
Primetime Emmy Awards
Gardens of the World with Audrey Hepburn Outstanding Individual Achievement - Informational Programming 1993
BAFTA Awards
Charade Best British Actress 1965
The Nun's Story Best British Actress 1960
Roman Holiday Best British Actress 1954
Winner Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema 1992
Grammy Awards
Winner Best Spoken Word Album for Children 1994