The most elegant, best dressed, high style and debonair man that I have ever seen in a movie, is Zachary Scott, in MILDRED PIERCE. He played a fallen aristocrat with unerring taste in clothes, manner and gesture. As for women: two 'entrances' stand out in my mind; both were breathstopping. One is Vivien Leigh, standing in the doorway in her scarlet colored velvet gown, in Gone With the Wind. The other, is Audrey Hepburn, on the stairs, about to leave for the ball in My Fair Lady. But I've got to tell you: the wardrobe that Doris Day wore in PILLOW TALK, designed by Jean Louis, was off the planet beautiful. She wore clothes extremely well. Another super elegant woman was Lana Turner, in PEYTON PLACE. She could wear a tailored brown coat, and look like a queen. Ava Gardner was sumptuously dressed during some scenes, in THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA. And she had an absolutely perfect, body.