Hepburn hit the '60s having established herself as an Oscar-winning actress
(for "Roman Holiday") and international style icon. What
followed was even greater acclaim in both realms -- her modish Holly Golightly
look still inspires desperate imitators, while ... moregenerations have been charmed by
the fairy tale of her Eliza Doolittle. As the decade progressed, Hepburn did,
too, augmenting her fabled light touch with unexpected dramatic maturity
(alongside fellow '60s legend Albert Finney in "Two for the Road")
and genre flair in "Wait Until Dark."