It's hard to imagine anyone but Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly. But if writer Truman Capote would have had his way, the role would have gone to his good friend Marilyn Monroe. By 1961, Monroe had developed an infamous reputation for being difficult on the set and director Blake Edwards was not willing to accommodate the star's whims. Instead, the part went to Hepburn, a move that elevated her to iconic status. Although Hepburn had already won an oscar for Roman Holiday and captured our hearts with Sabrina, it was Breakfast At Tiffany’s that would become the film she most identified with. Original movie posters from this film are highly sought after.