Irony: Sabrina saw Audrey Hepburn play the woman at the center of a love triangle with Humphrey Bogart (left) and William Holden (right).In fact, Holden was the center of the real-life triangle between her and his wife Miraculously they managed to keep their affair out of the tabloid newspapers, even though they were caught in an intimate moment when a member of the Sabrina crew barged into Holden's dressing room without knocking.'Ardis' heart must have frozen at the sight of her – here was this radiant creature, fifteen years younger than she, who wasn't merely beautiful but had unique qualities of class and an almost spiritual grace.'Unlike many Hollywood beauties away from the camera Audrey even had a beautiful speaking voice!Stay for tonight If you want to I can show you What my dreams are made of As I'm dreaming of your face I've been away for a long time Such a long time And I miss you there I can't imagine being anywhere else I can't imagine being anywhere else but here How the hell did you ever pick me?Honestly Because I could sing you a song But I don't think words can express your beauty It's singing to me How the hell did we end up like this?It was intense, and Holden's wife knew that this time she had a fight on her hands for her husband, who had strayed before It didn't take Ardis long to realize what she had to do; as soon as they closed the front door and waved her goodbye 'the gloves came off and (she) went into attack mode', author Edward Epstein writes.At the time filming of Sabrina was due to start, Hepburn, who grew up in England, had recently broken off her engagement to James Hanson, the wealthy British industrialist and a member of the House of Lords, a parting which Epstein describes as 'unpleasant'.
Hepburn became a screen legend thanks to her iconic role in Breakfast at Tiffany's, but suffered a huge backlash after being cast in the title role for My Fair Lady because many felt it belonged to Julie Andrews.
Dean met Monroe in 1955 and the pair quickly adjourned to a romantic weekend at a beachfront cottage.“He was very loving, very romantic,” Monroe told actress Shelley Winters.
“I’ve agreed to marry him one day.” But after several weeks they recognised that marriage would be disastrous.
But as the book reveals, there is more to Stock's oeuvre than his work with Dean.
Following the actor's tragically early death, Stock went on to produce stunning photographs of Montgomery Clift, Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and assassinated president John F.