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Audrey Hepburn riding a Vespa in the 1953 film "Roman Holiday" with Gregory Peck

Audrey Hepburn and her Vespa

Audrey Hepburn riding a Vespa in the 1953 film "Roman Holiday" with Gregory Peck

Roman Holiday (1953) - Pictures, Photos & Images - IMDb - vintage camera prop

Roman Holiday (1953)

Roman Holiday (1953) - Pictures, Photos & Images - IMDb - vintage camera prop

Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck  Roman Holiday (1953) One of my favorite movies

Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck Roman Holiday (1953) One of my favorite movies

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday, 1953

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday, 1953

Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in "Roman Holiday" eating ice cream on the Spanish Steps in Rome.

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Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in "Roman Holiday" eating ice cream on the Spanish Steps in Rome.

Roman Holiday with Gregory Peck Apparently it was Peck's idea to fake the missing hand for this scene. Unaware, her reaction was genuine.

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Roman Holiday with Gregory Peck Apparently it was Peck's idea to fake the missing hand for this scene. Unaware, her reaction was genuine.

When one thinks of Rome, the first thing that comes to mind besides the ancient sites like the Roman Colosseum and Trevi Fountain are  Vespa scooters. Everyone remembers Audrey Hepburn riding with Gregory Peck during Roman Holiday; and the tradition continues decades later.

A Vespa Tour of Rome

When one thinks of Rome, the first thing that comes to mind besides the ancient sites like the Roman Colosseum and Trevi Fountain are Vespa scooters. Everyone remembers Audrey Hepburn riding with Gregory Peck during Roman Holiday; and the tradition continues decades later.

Gimme some Roman Holiday

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Gimme some Roman Holiday

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday. / Paramount originally wanted to shoot this movie in Hollywood. William Wyler refused, insisting it must be shot on location. They finally agreed, but with a much lower budget. This meant the movie would now be in Black-n-White, not the expected Technicolor, and he would need to cast an unknown actress as the Princess - Audrey Hepburn. 1950s

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday. / Paramount originally wanted to shoot this movie in Hollywood. William Wyler refused, insisting it must be shot on location. They finally agreed, but with a much lower budget. This meant the movie would now be in Black-n-White, not the expected Technicolor, and he would need to cast an unknown actress as the Princess - Audrey Hepburn. 1950s

I don't know which one makes me more happy. The fact that she is eating Gellato, or that Gregory Peck is standing right behind her - Roman Holiday

I don't know which one makes me more happy. The fact that she is eating Gellato, or that Gregory Peck is standing right behind her - Roman Holiday

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