The future actress left Arnhem as Edda van Heemstra and arrived in London as Audrey Hepburn, anglicizing her first name and taking her father's surname. This is an obscure fact but there are numerous biographies and websites which indicate it. He added the Hepburn later in life even though no connection with that ancestry can be found. . When Mel was there, it was funny. But imdb might be wrong, who knows. In that faux documentary, we see Allen's Leonard Zelig interacting with real-life historical figures such as Babe Ruth, Amelia Earhart, Woodrow Wilson, Fannie Brice, William Randolph Hearst, and many others.
To comment on your points - a Vagueness, agree it's an issue. If this article needs any attention or maintenance, it would be preferable if that could be done before its appearance on the. Otherwise, the name on the birth certificate which I believe is also supported by not only Sean Ferrer but also Audrey Hepburn herself should be considered gospel on this matter. If the article is too large at over 60K, it was still too large with this removed at almost 67K, so it isn't the problem. I thought that it was a little. In any case by December 1948 she was working as a chorus-girl in the British production of High Button Shoes. In the spot for Galaxy a British chocolate brand , Hepburn is sightseeing in Italy when her tour bus gets delayed.
My summary above covered about all that the edits entailed. I agree it should be mentioned in the article and because it's not exactly straight forward it could be explained a bit better there. It was an honest mistake, and you could have just changed it. He says things, with no truth to them, just see people's reactions. With Audrey, the contrast is inherently funny, like John Wayne singing a Nelly song.
In 2013, a of Hepburn was used in a television advert for the British chocolate bar. I agree that Hepburn was iconic but each in her own way , so was the other Hepburn, Monroe, Dietrich, Garbo, Crawford, Lombard, Harlow, Loy, Bergman, Stanwyck, Garland, Grable, Bardot, Bette Davis, Elizabeth Taylor,. Hepburn's early childhood was sheltered and privileged. Not just something she wore for the movie. Thank you for your attention! Let's face it, 41 is about 73 in movie star years, at least for women. And in this whole movie she was playing a beatnik and to me it looks like she's having more fun dancing than in a lot of her previous movies.
But a couple of questions first : Do you think there should be any limit to the size of the box as a whole? Archived from on 10 May 2015. Discussing the reliability of sources is entirely necessary for the development of an encyclopedia. But, as Vanessa stated, they certainly caught on and really did revive the swing movement. Everything else is right on the money. This article should be an exception because it is about one of those most photographed people in history. Although, she did admit after seeing it, that it did look better that way on flim. But, short of rewinding time or becoming a hardcore eBay troll, there's been nothing to do but aimlessly Google Image Search the nostalgia away.
My family saw it and there was quite a bit of discussion as to whether it was her image from an old film, and if so which one. Everyone said the same thing about the Gap swing commercial. Born in , , Hepburn spent her childhood between , , and the. Some people think it is just vowels v consonants, but we say an hour, although it does not begin with a vowel. In 2012, Hepburn was among the selected by artist Sir to appear in a new version of his most famous artwork — the Beatles' album cover — to celebrate the British cultural figures of his life that he most admires. So it is proper to use that first in the sentence.
It doesn't make sense in an Audrey quote section, frankly. New American Library Signet, 1959. I've changed and removed reference of the loss of Oscar on Givenchy's part as it bears no significance to Audrey's career. In the animated series , the parents of character are beatniks. While Caen and other writers implied a connection with communism, no obvious or direct connection occurred between Beat philosophy, as expressed by the literary movement's leading authors, and that of the , other than the antipathy both philosophies shared towards capitalism.
I think it'll be fine. The editor has also opened a thread about this here where an uninvolved editor gave several suggestions about what to do. If anyone can add a source, that would be great. Joseph finagled a transfer to London, but he had always been rather restless. I do think that saying to someone that their comment is 'nonsense' as did one of the guardians of the page is inappropriate.