Condition: Very Good.
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Size: 21 cm x 30 cm (8.25 in x 12 in).
One of three fantastic stills we have found! A guaranteed original candid still of Peter O'Toole and Audrey Hepburn on the set of William Wyler's 1966 Paris crime comedy caper "How To Steal A Million".
Based on the 1962 story "Venus Rising" by George Bradshaw, O'Toole and Hepburn are joined by Hugh Griffith, Eli Wallach, Charles Boyer and Fernand Gravey in a fun-filled archetypal 1960's film.
This still was taken by Terence O'Neill during filming of the movie. The rear tells us that Hepburn is leading O'Toole for her first screen drive. The gendarme over her left shoulder looks a little nervous! Apparently all of Hepburn's outfits were designed by Givenchy. She certainly looks glamorous, as does exquisitely tailored O'Toole. We love it.
We have included photos of the front and back of the still. A superb piece.
By the way, those of us that remember the Renault Clio adverts of the 1990's will recall the "Papa!", "Nicole" lines borrowed and adapted from this movie!
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