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Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

Audrey Hepburn plays that daring, darling Holly Golightly to a new high in entertainment delight!

Genre : Comedy, Romance

Runtime : 1H 54M

Director : Blake Edwards
Writer : George Axelrod

Synopsis

Holly Golightly is an eccentric New York City playgirl determined to marry a Brazilian millionaire. But when young writer Paul Varjak moves into her apartment building, her past threatens to get in their way.

Actors

Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn
Holly Golightly
George Peppard
George Peppard
Paul Varjak
Patricia Neal
Patricia Neal
2E Failenson
Buddy Ebsen
Buddy Ebsen
Doc Golightly
Martin Balsam
Martin Balsam
O.J. Berman
José Luis de Vilallonga
José Luis de Vilallonga
José da Silva Pereira
John McGiver
John McGiver
Tiffany's Salesman
Alan Reed
Alan Reed
Sally Tomato
Dorothy Whitney
Dorothy Whitney
Mag Wildwood
Beverly Powers
Beverly Powers
Nightclub Stripper
Stanley Adams
Stanley Adams
Rusty Trawler
Claude Stroud
Claude Stroud
Sid Arbuck
Elvia Allman
Elvia Allman
Librarian
Mickey Rooney
Mickey Rooney
Mr. Yunioshi
Charles Sherlock
Charles Sherlock
Reporter at Policed HQ (uncredited)
Miriam Nelson
Miriam Nelson
Harriet - Party Guest in Gold Dress (uncredited)
Mel Blanc
Mel Blanc
Holly's Drunk Visitor (voice) (uncredited)
Joe Scott
Joe Scott
Party Guest (uncredited)
Jim Michael
Jim Michael
Strip Club Patron (uncredited)
Don Anderson
Don Anderson
(uncredited)
Janet Banzet
Janet Banzet
(uncredited)
Al Avalon
Al Avalon
Spieler at Stripjoint (uncredited)
Henry Barnard
Henry Barnard
Party Guest (uncredited)
Henry Beckman
Henry Beckman
Narcotics Detective Cronberger (uncredited)
Arthur Berkeley
Arthur Berkeley
Inmate (uncredited)
Nicky Blair
Nicky Blair
Party Guest (uncredited)
Willie Bloom
Willie Bloom
Inmate (uncredited)
Bill Bradley
Bill Bradley
Reporter (uncredited)
Thayer Burton
Thayer Burton
Girl in Shower (uncredited)
Florine Carlan
Florine Carlan
Party Guest (uncredited)
Sue Casey
Sue Casey
Party Guest in Blue and Green Dress (uncredited)
Roydon Clark
Roydon Clark
Party Guest (uncredited)
Marian Collier
Marian Collier
Party Guest (uncredited)
Christine Corbin
Christine Corbin
Sing Sing Prison Visitor (uncredited)
Dick Crockett
Dick Crockett
Cab Driver (uncredited)
Tom Curtis
Tom Curtis
Party Guest (uncredited)
Tommy Farrell
Tommy Farrell
Party Guest (uncredited)
James Field
James Field
Party Guest (uncredited)
George Fields
George Fields
Harmonica Player (uncredited)
Joseph Glick
Joseph Glick
Inmate (uncredited)
Joe Gray
Joe Gray
Party Guest (uncredited)
Joseph J. Greene
Joseph J. Greene
Mr. O'Shaunessy (uncredited)
Sam Harris
Sam Harris
Jewelry Shop Clerk (uncredited)
Pete Kellett
Pete Kellett
Guard (uncredited)
Barbara Kelley
Barbara Kelley
Party Guest (uncredited)
Kip King
Kip King
Delivery Boy (uncredited)
Frank Kreig
Frank Kreig
Party Guest (uncredited)
Gil Lamb
Gil Lamb
Party Guest with Harriet (uncredited)
Hanna Landy
Hanna Landy
Party Guest (uncredited)
James Lanphier
James Lanphier
The Cousin (uncredited)
Mary LeBow
Mary LeBow
Party Guest (uncredited)
Paul Lees
Paul Lees
Floorwalker (uncredited)
Leatrice Leigh
Leatrice Leigh
Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Mel Leonard
Mel Leonard
Cab Driver (uncredited)
Leota Lorraine
Leota Lorraine
Party Guest (uncredited)
Mike Mahoney
Mike Mahoney
Police Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Frank Marth
Frank Marth
Party Guest (uncredited)
Fay McKenzie
Fay McKenzie
Party Guest Laughing in Mirror (uncredited)
William Meader
William Meader
Jewelry Shop Clerk (uncredited)
Joyce Meadows
Joyce Meadows
Party Guest Shaking Derrier in White Dress (uncredited)
Harold Miller
Harold Miller
Tiffanys Customer (uncredited)
Hollis Morrison
Hollis Morrison
Party Guest (uncredited)
Kate Murtagh
Kate Murtagh
Policewoman (uncredited)
Bill Neff
Bill Neff
Party Guest (uncredited)
Chuck Niles
Chuck Niles
Sing Sing Prison Guard (uncredited)
Peggy Patten
Peggy Patten
Party Guest (uncredited)
Robert Patten
Robert Patten
Party Guest (uncredited)
Paul Perri
Paul Perri
Party Guest (uncredited)
Michael Quinlivan
Michael Quinlivan
Party Guest with Eyepatch (uncredited)
William Benegal Rau
William Benegal Rau
Hindu at Party (uncredited)
Tony Regan
Tony Regan
Party Guest (uncredited)
Annabella Soong
Annabella Soong
Chinese Party Guest (uncredited)
Helen Spring
Helen Spring
Party Guest with Hat on Fire (uncredited)
Joan Staley
Joan Staley
Blonde in Low-Cut Cream Dress (uncredited)
Richard Wyler
Richard Wyler
Party Guest (uncredited)
Nino Tempo
Nino Tempo
Customer (uncredited)
Towyna Thomas
Towyna Thomas
Party Guest (uncredited)
Danny Truppi
Danny Truppi
Inmate (uncredited)
Glen Vernon
Glen Vernon
Reporter (uncredited)
Linda Wong
Linda Wong
Party Guest (uncredited)
Wilson Wood
Wilson Wood
Party Guest with Cat on Shoulder (uncredited)
Michael Zaslow
Michael Zaslow
Party Guest (uncredited)

Crews

Blake Edwards
Blake Edwards
Director
Martin Jurow
Martin Jurow
Producer
Richard Shepherd
Richard Shepherd
Producer
George Axelrod
George Axelrod
Screenplay
Henry Mancini
Henry Mancini
Original Music Composer
Franz Planer
Franz Planer
Director of Photography
Howard A. Smith
Howard A. Smith
Editor
Edith Head
Edith Head
Costume Supervisor
Hubert de Givenchy
Hubert de Givenchy
Costume Design
Truman Capote
Truman Capote
Novel
Hal Pereira
Hal Pereira
Art Direction
Roland Anderson
Roland Anderson
Art Direction
John P. Fulton
John P. Fulton
Special Effects
Farciot Edouart
Farciot Edouart
Special Effects
Sam Comer
Sam Comer
Set Decoration
Ray Moyer
Ray Moyer
Set Decoration
William McGarry
William McGarry
Assistant Director
Pauline Trigere
Pauline Trigere
Costume Design
Wally Westmore
Wally Westmore
Makeup Supervisor
Nellie Manley
Nellie Manley
Hair Supervisor
Hugo Grenzbach
Hugo Grenzbach
Sound Recordist
John Wilkinson
John Wilkinson
Sound Recordist
Richard Mueller
Richard Mueller
Other
Johnny Mercer
Johnny Mercer
Songs
Henry Mancini
Henry Mancini
Songs
Frank Inn
Frank Inn
Animal Wrangler
Philip H. Lathrop
Philip H. Lathrop
Additional Photography

Trailers and other movies

Paramount Movies Trailer
Diamonds Clip
Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) Original Trailer [FHD]

Posters and backgrounds

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