How To Steal A Million

USA | 1966 | 123 min | PG


The trouble starts when a forged scupture winds up in a famous Paris museum. If experts determine that it is inauthentic, a legendary art collector’s reputation will be tarnished.

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So his daughter Nicole (Audrey Hepburn) hires cat burglar Simon Dermott (Peter O’Toole) to steal the sculpture back before it’s too late. The caper features diamonds by Cartier and a wardrobe by designer Hubert de Givenchy, whose personal and professional relationship with Hepburn began with Sabrina and continued through seven other features, including the iconic Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Costumes by Hubert de Givenchy

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Director: William Wyler
Cast: Audrey Hepburn, Peter O'Toole, Eli Wallach and Hugh Griffith


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Carolyn follows her dreams: she’s been an urban planner, fashion designer, international development worker, celebrity assistant, talent manager, garage band rock ‘n roller, publicist – and was one of Canada’s first fashion bloggers. She loved writing so much that she wrote Military Chic, a novel inspired by her experience volunteering at Toronto Fashion Week. Carolyn lives in Toronto, loves dresses, glitter, detailed lists, clipboards, and knowing the vital difference between Champagne and prosecco.

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