Audrey Hepburn, a British actress and humanitarian, was born on May 4, 1929. She was named the third-greatest female screen legend from Classical Hollywood cinema by the American Film Institute, and she was inducted into the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame.
Always is a romantic fantasy drama movie directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Richard Dreyfuss, Holly Hunter, John Goodman, Brad Johnson, and Audrey Hepburn in her final movie performance. It is a remake of A Guy Named Joe, a 1943 love drama set during WWII. The scene shifts from wartime to a modern aerial firefighting operation, which is a significant departure from the 1943 movie. The narrative of the movie, however, is the same: the spirit of a recently deceased expert pilot coaches a novice pilot while watching him fall in love with the girlfriend he left behind.
The four main characters from the original movie have the same names, except Ted Randall, who is renamed Ted Baker in the remake, and Pete’s last name is Sandwich rather than Sandidge. Always was at 5th position in the box office, grossing $3,713,480 against Christmas Vacation, Tango and Cash, The War of the Roses, and Back to the Future Part II. Although it is today regarded as a minor financial success when compared to previous Spielberg projects, the picture grossed $43,858,790 in the United States and $30,276,000 in foreign markets for a worldwide total of $74,134,790.
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