The story of an urbane, yet irresponsible party girl and her neighbor, a struggling writer and a kept man, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” has inspired many a schoolgirl dream and many a fabulous party outfit. Coming home at dawn with a cup of deli coffee and a donut to window-shop at Tiffany’s? Glamour to the hilt.
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A wonderful Hitchcock movie about a former jewel thief, John Robie (Cary Grant) “The Cat”, who sets out to clear his name from a current string of burglaries with the help of impetuous socialite, Francie Stevens (Grace Kelly), and her sly mother, Jessie (Jessie Royce Landis). Set in the opulent hotels and mansions of the Riviera, it is well-known among film buffs as not only a great film, but also for being the impetus for Grace Kelly and her future husband, Prince Ranier of Monaco, to meet.
Invented in 1920 by a Johnson & Johnson employee whose hapless wife was always alone in the house when she had cooking, erm, mishaps, the band-aid quickly became the go-to item in any first aid kit. The first orthopedic casts of plaster of Paris were used in war hospitals in the 1800s. But whoever invented the bandages, whoever added the bling is brilliant!
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