“Breakfast at Tiffany's” quotes

Movie Breakfast at Tiffany's
Blake Edwards directed this movie in 1961
Title Breakfast at Tiffany's
Year 1961
Director Blake Edwards
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance
Plot – Holly has always lived in New York, surrounded by luxurious things and a lot of freedom, while Paul is a young writer who’s supported by a rich lady. The two live in the same building and soon they fall in love. At first, Paul keeps the relationship with the lady and Holly keeps accepting the money from a prisoner she usually visits, but finally the girl sends her husband back to Texas and Paul rejects his mature friend: now they can begin together their love story.
All actors – Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard, Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam, José Luis de Vilallonga, John McGiver, Alan Reed, Dorothy Whitney, Beverly Powers, Stanley Adams, Claude Stroud, Elvia Allman, Putney, Mickey Rooney, Alfred Avallone, Janet Banzet, Henry Barnard, Henry Beckman, Nicky Blair, Mel Blanc, Bill Bradley, Florine Carlan, Sue Casey, Roydon Clark, Marian Collier, Christine Corbin, Dick Crockett, Tom Curtis, Tommy Farrell, James Field, George Fields, Joe Gray, Joseph J. Greene, Barbara Kelley, Kip King, Frank Kreig, Gil Lamb, Hanna Landy, James Lanphier, Mary LeBow, Paul Lees, Leatrice Leigh, Mel Leonard, Mike Mahoney, Frank Marth, Fay McKenzie, Joyce Meadows, Hollis Morrison, Kate Murtagh, Bill Neff, Miriam Nelson, Chuck Niles, Peggy Patten, Robert Patten, John Perri, Michael Quinlivan, William Benegal Rau, Joe Scott, Charles Sherlock, Annabella Soong, Helen Spring, Joan Staley, Nino Tempo, Towyna Thomas, Glen Vernon, Linda Wong, Wilson Wood, Richard Wyler, Michael Zaslow
show all