In 1954 Paramount Pictures came out with a romantic, comedy, drama about a chauffeurs daughter who goes away to cooking school and comes back to her home of her father and becomes the object of the master of the house’s son. And that’s where the story gets interesting.
This movie was cleverly directed by Billy Wilder, who was also part of the writing team.
This 1954 version started, Aubrey Hepburn as Sabrina, William Holden as David Larrabee the younger of the well to do family and Humphrey Bogart as Linus Larrabee the older brother.
The cast included Julia Ormond as Sabrina, Greg Kinnear as David Larrabee and Harrison Ford as Linus Larrabee.
Both movies present this enthralling story in the time frames they were created in, but still wonderful even in today’s settings.