My Fair Lady
Academy Award® Winner
On a gentleman's wager, a man turns an unrefined flower girl into a lady, but ends up falling for her. View more >
Starring Rex Harrison, Audrey Hepburn
This film won Best Film at the 1965 Academy Awards, with Rex Harrison receiving an Oscar for Best Actor
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If you like musicals, you need to see this movie!
Audrey Hepburn is incredible, Rex Harrison is mostly despicable, and you'll be rooting for them at the end.
"My Fair Lady" is in a class by itself. This musical based on the musical by Alan J. Lerner and Fredrick Loewe based on the play "Pygmalion." the film is about three hours long and it's worth your time. this musical has plenty to sing about. Rex Harrison plays Henry Higgins a phonetics expect, tries to change a flower girl, played by Audrey Hepburn into a lady overnight. There is plenty of music in the movie. but if I can choose one song as my favorite and that is "Get Me to the Church On Time," this movie is one of the best by director George Cukor who turn this musical into a masterprice. and with help from stars Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn. If you like musicals, How about a great musical from 1964, I love "My Fair Lady," so will you.
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