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Truman Capote was reportedly unhappy with the decision to cast Audrey Hepburn as he’d been in favor of Marilyn Monroe (she was originally cast as Golightly, but her drama coach, Lee Strasberg, told her that playing a call-girl was not good for her image). Hepburn was very self-conscious of her performance while Capote was on set as she felt inadequate as the Holly he had envisioned.

    Truman Capote was reportedly unhappy with the decision to cast Audrey Hepburn as he’d been in favor of Marilyn Monroe (she was originally cast as Golightly, but her drama coach, Lee Strasberg, told her that playing a call-girl was not good for her image). Hepburn was very self-conscious of her performance while Capote was on set as she felt inadequate as the Holly he had envisioned.

    (Source: filmtrivia)

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