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Funny Face: new poster

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It's the charming musical comedy that has come to define the Golden Age of cinema.

Now 1957 classic Funny Face - starring Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn - is being re-released and we've got a first look at the poster.

The all-singing extravaganza is directed by Stanley Donen of Singin' In The Rain fame and follows the adventures of Jo Stockton (Hepburn), a bookstore clerk who is persuaded by fashion photographer Dick Avery (Astaire) to travel to Paris and become a fashion model; cue elegant musical sequences and sumptuous costumes from Givenchy.

Park Circus is re-releasing Funny Face on 28 February, so get those jazz hands ready as you take a look at the poster, below. Let the glamour commence!

Park Circus is re-releasing Paramount Pictures' Funny Face on 28 February

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