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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 Beatrice on Mar 27, 2019 From Flickers in Time

How to Steal a Million Directed by William Wyler Written by Harry Kurnitz based on a story by George Bradshaw 1966/USA World Wide Productions First viewing/Amazon Instant Nicole Bonnet: Are we planning the same sort of crime? Fans of Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole should be entertained by ... 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 ( 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


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Quotes from

Insurance Clerk: By the way sir, would you like to be present at the technical examination?
Nicole Bonnet, Charles Bonnet: Tech-technical examination?


[Nicole describes the burglar to her Papa]
Nicole Bonnet: Well, it was pitch dark and there he was. Tall, blue eyes, slim, quite good-looking... in a brutal, mean way, Papa. A terrible man!


Nicole Bonnet: I feel like I'm going to faint!
Simon Dermott: Don't, there's no room.


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Facts about

The portrait that Dermott points out to Nicole as a "superb Rembrandt," is "A Portrait of Jacob Trip", painted in about 1661.
Nicole's car is a Autobianchi Bianchina Special Cabriolet (basically an upmarket Fiat 'Sport' 500). Dermott's car is an E-type Jaguar.
William Wyler first considered making this film as a follow up to Roman Holiday; as in that film, Gregory Peck would have played the male lead opposite Audrey Hepburn. At that time he had a darker mood in mind and approached Stanley Kubrick, who had recently made The Killing, to contribute.
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