Funny Face - (Original Trailer)
Fred Astaire is a fashion photographer who turns beatnik Audrey Hepburn into an international super-model in the musical Funny Face (1957).
Funny Face (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Title Song
Fred Astaire (as fashion photographer Dick Avery, based on Richard Avedon) is in the dark room explaining to bookish Jo (Audrey Hepburn, title character) why he wants to take her to Paris to be photographed, song from the original George & Ira Gershwin 1927 musical, in Funny Face. 1957.
Funny Face (1957) -- (Movie Clip) I Rather Feel Like Expressing Myself (Basal Metabolism)
Continuing their philosophical dispute, now in a Paris cafe, Fred Astaire as fashion photographer Dick and Audrey Hepburn as bookish recruited model Jo introduce her solo dance, with contributions from Astaire, director Stanley Donen and choreographer Eugene Loring, in Funny Face, 1957.
Funny Face (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Think Pink
The de facto opening number, an original for the movie by Roger Edens and Leonard Gershe, Kay Thompson as fashion editor Maggie Prescott is inspired to wake up the next issue of Quality magazine, Eugene Loring choreography, in Funny Face, 1957, starring Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn.
Funny Face (1957) -- (Movie Clip) She's A Thinker
Having difficulty making their model (Dovima) look brainy, fashion editor Maggie (Kay Thompson) and photographer Dick (Fred Astaire) seize a Greenwich Village bookstore, finding co-star Audrey Hepburn as clerk Jo, early in director Stanley Donens Funny Face, 1957.
Funny Face (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Let's Kiss And Make Up
After a minor dispute, in Paris, between Fred Astaire as photographer Dick and Audrey Hepburn as reluctant model Jo, director Stanley Donen finishes the song by George & Ira Gershwin and Fred solos, in Paramounts Funny Face, 1957.
Funny Face (1957) -- (Movie Clip) You're Anna Karenina
Photographer Dick (Fred Astaire) has finally got his model (Audrey Hepburn as literature-oriented Jo) to Paris and begins coaching her, director Stanley Donen shooting on location at Gare du Nord, Opera Garnier, the Seine and Latona Fountain, Versailles, in Funny Face, 1957.