Five-volume box set of classic Audrey Hepburn films. In 'Roman Holiday', bored regalite Princess Anne (Hepburn, in her Oscar-winning American screen debut) escapes her claustrophobic entourage while in Rome for an official engagement, in order to see what life beyond the castle is like. Down-at-heel American reporter Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck) is just one of many journalists vying for an interview, but he realises he has a major scoop on his hands when he meets the Princess and initially pretends not to know who she is. Roping in a photographer friend, Bradley takes her on a tour of Rome over 24 hours, all the while falling more in love with her. 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' stars Hepburn as Holly Golightly, an eccentric high-class escort working in New York. When young writer Paul Varjack (George Peppard) - the kept man of a wealthy older woman - moves into Holly's apartment block, he finds inspiration when he falls in love with her. In 'Sabrina Fair', Sabrina Fairchild (Hepburn) is the impressionable daughter of the chauffeur to the wealthy Larabee family. Her childhood crush on David Larabee (William Holden), the playboy younger brother, goes unnoticed until she returns a woman from finishing school in Paris. When David's dalliance with Sabrina places a lucrative business deal at risk, hard-headed elder brother Linus (Humphrey Bogart) steps in and decides to woo her himself. In 'Funny Face', Jo Stockton (Hepburn) is a bookshop worker with intellectual pretensions. Discovered by the editor of a top fashion magazine and asked to become the figurehead of a new collection, Jo is talked into going to Paris by magazine photographer Dick Avery (Fred Astaire), and they soon become romantically involved. In 'Paris When It Sizzles', writer Richard Benson (William Holden) has spent the last three months boozing in Paris instead of concentrating on producing his screenplay for Hollywood producer Alexander Meyerheimer. He now has just three days till his deadline, and so hires temporary secretary Gabrielle Simpson (Hepburn) to assist him. The secretary proves to be an unexpected source of inspiration, acting out various outlandish plots for Richard and firing his imagination.