A film directed by George Cukor, which won eight Oscars. Snobby phonetics professor Henry Higgins (played by Rex Harrison) makes a rash bet that he can transform a lower class Cockney girl, Eliza Doolittle (played by Audrey Hepburn), into someone who could pass in high society. They at first clash and then begin to soften their stances on the other.
One of the most beloved musicals of all film history. Though today it does read as rather misogynist that can be overlooked due to the quality. It won eight Academy Awards including Best Picture. Adapted to film by director George Cukor from the Broadway musical. It dazzles and delights.
The film looks the best it ever has because of the 4K Ultra HD and the restoration of the original print.
Released in 1964.
- More Loverly Than Ever: The Making of My Fair Lady Then & Now
- 1963 Production Kick-Off Dinner
- Los Angeles Premiere 10/28/1964
- British Premiere
- George Cukor Directs Baroness Bina Rothschild
- Rex Harrison Radio Interview
- Production Tests
- Alternate Audrey Hepburn Vocals
- Comments On A Lady
- Theatrical Featurettes
- Digital Copy