Audrey Hepburn singing “Moon River” in “Breakfast at Tiffany's“, 1961 ————————————————————————- There comes a moment in Breakfast at Tiffany's where Holly Golightly is feeling blue, so she pulls out a guitar, settles down on her fire escape, and softly sings, "Moon River". Hepburn, who was not known as a singer, performed the song herself, singing sweetly, if sparingly on the track, filling it with romantic yearning for a simpler life. Their work didn't impress the studio, though. The way Mancini tells it, the president of Paramount Pictures watched an early preview of the film and announced that the song had to be removed. "The normally gentle Hepburn told him firmly that it would be over her dead body," the Telegraph reports.
Thank you, dear @mumtheband for today's magical concert with the movie "Menschen am Sonntag" (1930) ❤️
Finally I visited your concert, aaa! 🔮
And about this movie, that was made in Berlin.
A bit strange to think, but actually many of these actors and film crew afterwards became refugees (because of you know what! ) and migrated to different countries, such as USA, Great Britain etc.
And by the way, Billy Wilder was born in Galicia region (nowadays west Ukraine), that was a part of Austria.
Later he, of course, also moved and lived his life in USA.
It's this man, who made a movie "Some like it hot" (in the case, if you forgot!😆).
Play ▶️🎙📽"Volver al futuro" y su impacto en la cultura popular a 35 años de su estreno.
Aunque suene contradictorio, hablar de "Volver al futuro" es dar un salto al pasado, a 1985, año en que el mundo entero se sorprendió con la impactante historia del cine que tenía como su principal fundamento una "máquina del tiempo"