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For I gave her that book, in the hope, the dream that she would realize if you love anything enough it will become alive. She kept that book all the many years we were apart.
Perhaps on some days she thought of me.
I know that I still think of her and on some days, like Joe Bell, the bartender, I see bits and pieces of her as I walk the city streets, especially when the sun illuminates the gold, the white, the platinum of a feminine head of hair as if it showed on no other person on boulevard, no matter how bright the sun. Oh, you say Holly Golightly was a brunette--like Audrey Hepburn. Well, that was Blake Edwards' idea of what Holly Golightly looked like. But it wasn't Capote's idea who should play her.
It was Marilyn Monroe. No question. It was that blonde hair, almost platinum.
But Capote only sold the film rights. He maintained no control over the direction or production of the film. Capote was such a wonderful dancer.
I can still remember photographs of him swirling Marilyn across the dance floor. But Lee Strausberg told Marilyn playing Holly Golightly, a prostitute, wouldn't be good for her career. Monroe turned down the role for "The Misfits. But that's another story. History took its course. Henry Mancini composed "Moon River" for the score. George Peppard and Audrey Hepburn had chemistry. Following its release in , Edwards' work became one of the iconic American films.
However, it bears little resemblance to Capote's work, although Audrey Hepburn is stunning in that little black dress. It was not uncommon that movies made from Faulkner's books premiered in Oxford, Mississippi. One, to Faulkner's chagrin, bore so little comparison to his original work, when called to the stage to make opening remarks, Faulkner said, "Ladies and Gentlemen, the film you're about to see bears absolutely no resemblance to the book I wrote from which the title of this film was taken.
I can't imagine Capote taking that approach, he was still connected to a famous film that led to further sales of his work. She seems jolly and carefree on the outside, throwing wild parties and flirting with every man she meets. In addition to that, the narrator learns that she regularly visits the imprisoned criminal Sally Tomato because his accomplice, Mr. She likes and trusts the old man, despite his suspicious demeanor.
After her voluntary marriage with Doc when she was 14, she soon ran away to explore the world. Doc now wants Holly to come home, but even though their reunion is full of harmony, she refuses, which he understands.
One week prior to her planned emigration to Brazil, Holly gets arrested for delivering secret messages between Sally Tomato and Mr. Her former agent from her acting days, O. Berman, buys her free, but because of an accident that happened immediately before the arrest she loses her baby. It was a huge success with a box office of 14 million dollars.