Paramount Stars on Parade. (1953-1957) When you mention the name Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993) words like style, elegance, timeless, fashion icon, best dressed, regal, blue-blood, international, classic beauty, grace and humanitarian all instantly come to mind. And all of these descriptions would be right. Beyond the movie classics all containing scenes and moments we still recall decades later, this Oscar, Tony, Emmy and Grammy winning legend, did it all in a very stylish way. Hepburn always remained true to her style, which her son once said were "the extension of an inner beauty reinforced by a life of discipline, respect for the other, and hope in humanity". Born in Belgium, her early years in Germany-occupied countries in WWII would shape her life course ultimately thru UNICEF as early as 1954 to bring attention to those profoundly disadvantaged with even greater zeal than she devoted to her highly successful acting career. Beginning as a ballerina and after a brief stint in a handful of British films, her first success was on Broadway as the original "Gigi". It's success led to Hollywood and a very generous lifelong friend Gregory Peck giving her equal above the title billing in her Oscar winning "Roman Holiday". The camera loved this face. "Sabrina"*, "War and Peace", "Funny Face", "Love in the Afternoon", "The Nun's Story"*, "Breakfast at Tiffany's"*, "Charade", "My Fair Lady", "How to Steal a Million", "Two for the Road", "Wait Until Dark"* and "Robin and Marion". If they were not all major commercial hits originally, they have remained more memorable than those of many of her bigger contemporaries. Never a Top 10 Box-office star she nonetheless almost hit the list in 54, 62, 64, 66-68. *nominated for 5 oscars she would win a second Oscar (the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award) in 1994 posthumously. She once advised "For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone". Watching any Hepburn movie is watching a woman who lived by these words.