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How to Steal a Million (1966) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by William Wyler and produced by Fred Kohlmar.

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How to Steal a Million ( 1966 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Jan 9, 2016 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Audrey Hepburn loved Paris and audiences adored seeing her in Paris on film. She portrayed a young woman who journeyed to Paris to study cooking in Sabrina ( 1954 ), a shy bookshop clerk who longs to see the city in Funny Face ( 1957 ), and the daughter of a French private detective in Love in the A... Read full article


How to Steal a Million ( 1966 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Jan 9, 2016 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Audrey Hepburn loved Paris and audiences adored seeing her in Paris on film. She portrayed a young woman who journeyed to Paris to study cooking in Sabrina ( 1954 ), a shy bookshop clerk who longs to see the city in Funny Face ( 1957 ), and the daughter of a French private detective in Love in the A... Read full article


How to Steal a Million ( 1966 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Jan 9, 2016 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Audrey Hepburn loved Paris and audiences adored seeing her in Paris on film. She portrayed a young woman who journeyed to Paris to study cooking in Sabrina ( 1954 ), a shy bookshop clerk who longs to see the city in Funny Face ( 1957 ), and the daughter of a French private detective in Love in the A... Read full article


How to Steal a Million (1965)

By 4 Star Film Fan on May 16, 2015 From 4 Star Films

Honestly, the main attraction of this film is its leads in Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole as well as its director, the great William Wyler. Otherwise, this film is a fluffy, silly caper comedy with a touch of drama. It falls somewhere in between a rom-com and a art heist film where everyone ... Read full article


How to Steal a Million (1966)

By Cameron on Jun 16, 2014 From The Blonde At The Film

via: http://www.impawards.com/1966/how_to_steal_a_million.html   Unless otherwise noted, all images are my own How to Steal a Million is an eternally delightful film that happens to be one of my very favorites. It was released in 1966, but it has the feel of a 1930s comedy with the modern zazz of th... Read full article


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Simon Dermott: [regarding the Venus] It's a fake, isn't it?
Nicole Bonnet: I...
Simon Dermott: No long drawn out stories at this time of night. Just simply nod your head yes or no.


Simon Dermott: I know about their so called tests.
Nicole Bonnet: Papa, they aren't so called they are!


Simon Dermott: [crazy Senor Paravideo comes as Nicole and Simon are leaving] Who's that?
Nicole Bonnet: [obviously lying] Papa's cousin... from South America!
Simon Dermott: You know for someone who started lying recently, you're showing a real flair!
Nicole Bonnet: Oh thank you!
[she hugs him]


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Nicole's car is a Autobianchi Bianchina Special Cabriolet (basically an upmarket Fiat 'Sport' 500). Dermott's car is an E-type Jaguar.
The police escort vehicles featured in the beginning sequence are as follows: a 1965/66 Citroen DS-21 unmarked police sedan, a 1965 Citroen Type H Police van, and a '65 Citroen H delivery van. The Citroen DS-21 sedan, designed by famed industrial designer Flaminio Bertoni, is a particularly noteworthy addition to this movie as its futuristic and aerodynamic signature concept design, along with its innovative technology - the first mass-produced car to feature front disc brakes - caused the DS to be named "the most beautiful car of all times" by Classic and Sports Car Magazine.
After Nicole (played by Audrey Hepburn) dresses up as a cleaning lady, Simon Dermott says "That does it. For one thing, it gives Givenchy a night off." Hubert de Givenchy was Audrey Hepburn's costume designer.
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