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In the film, the intermission comes before the ball, as Eliza, Higgins, and Pickering are seen departing for the embassy.

All tracks played by the Warner Bros. Between brackets the singers. It was re-released again in after a thorough restoration.

The consensus states: "George Cukor's elegant, colorful adaptation of the beloved stage play is elevated to new heights thanks to winning performances by Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison.

Scheuer of the Los Angeles Times reported from the New York premiere that "when the curtains came together at the finish of just three hours, three hours of Technicolored entertainment, I heard myself all but echoing Col.

Pickering's proud summation of Eliza Doolittle's performances as a duchess at the Embassy Ball, 'a total triumph.

It is Hollywood at its best, Jack L. Warner's career capstone and a film that will go on without now-forseeable [ sic? Scenes move at a steady, even pace, as though every word were worth its weight in gold perhaps, in view of the price paid for the rights, it very nearly was.

Especially, the decor tends to inhibit rather than release the film. Coe of The Washington Post also suggested that Hepburn's casting was the film's "basic flaw," describing her as "recognizably exquisite—but not 21—as the flower girl and to the later scenes she brings a real flirtatiousness quite un-Shavian.

Chicago Sun-Times critic Roger Ebert gave the film four stars out of four, and, in , he put it on his "Great Movies" list, praising Hepburn's performance, and calling the film "the best and most unlikely of musicals.

It's a classic not because a group of stuffy film experts have labeled it as such, but because it has been, and always will be, a pure joy to experience.

The film was restored in by James C. Katz and Robert A. Harris , who had restored Spartacus three years earlier. The restoration was commissioned and financed by CBS, to which the film rights reverted from Warner Bros.

A new film of the musical was planned in with a screenplay by Emma Thompson but the project did not materialize. Keira Knightley , Carey Mulligan , and Colin Firth were among those in consideration for the lead roles.

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Best Sound. George R. Higgins's servants lament the stressful atmosphere "The Servants' Chorus". Just as Higgins is about to give up on her, Eliza suddenly recites one of her diction exercises in perfect upper-class style " The Rain in Spain ".

Though Eliza shocks everyone when she forgets herself while watching a race and reverts to foul language, she does capture the heart of Freddy Eynsford-Hill.

Freddy calls on Eliza that evening, and he declares that he will wait for her in the street outside Higgins' house " On the Street Where You Live ".

Eliza's final test requires her to pass as a lady at the Embassy Ball. After more weeks of preparation, she is ready. All the ladies and gentlemen at the ball admire her, and the Queen of Transylvania invites her to dance with the prince "Embassy Waltz".

A Hungarian phonetician, Zoltan Karpathy, attempts to discover Eliza's origins. Higgins allows Karpathy to dance with Eliza.

The ball is a success; Karpathy has declared Eliza to be a Hungarian princess. Eliza is insulted at receiving no credit for her success, packing up and leaving the Higgins house.

As she leaves she finds Freddy, who begins to tell her how much he loves her, but she tells him that she has heard enough words; if he really loves her, he should show it "Show Me".

Eliza and Freddy return to Covent Garden but she finds she no longer feels at home there. Her father is there as well, and he tells her that he has received a surprise bequest from an American millionaire, which has raised him to middle-class respectability, and now must marry his lover.

Doolittle and his friends have one last spree before the wedding " Get Me to the Church on Time ". Higgins awakens the next morning. He finds himself out of sorts without Eliza.

He wonders why she left after the triumph at the ball and concludes that men especially himself are far superior to women "A Hymn to Him". Pickering notices the Professor's lack of consideration, and also leaves the Higgins house.

Higgins despondently visits his mother's house, where he finds Eliza. Eliza declares she no longer needs Higgins "Without You".

At home, he sentimentally reviews the recording he made the day Eliza first came to him for lessons, hearing his own harsh words.

Eliza suddenly appears in his home. In suppressed joy at their reunion, Professor Higgins scoffs and asks, "Eliza, where the devil are my slippers?

The original cast of the Broadway stage production: [3]. Act I [3]. In the mids, film producer Gabriel Pascal acquired the rights to produce film versions of several of George Bernard Shaw 's plays, Pygmalion among them.

However, Shaw, having had a bad experience with The Chocolate Soldier , a Viennese operetta based on his play Arms and the Man , refused permission for Pygmalion to be adapted into a musical.

Lerner agreed, and he and his partner Frederick Loewe began work. But they quickly realised that the play violated several key rules for constructing a musical: the main story was not a love story, there was no subplot or secondary love story, and there was no place for an ensemble.

During this time, the collaborators separated and Gabriel Pascal died. Lerner had been trying to musicalize Li'l Abner when he read Pascal's obituary and found himself thinking about Pygmalion again.

All of the insurmountable obstacles that had stood in their way two years earlier disappeared when the team realised that the play needed few changes apart from according to Lerner "adding the action that took place between the acts of the play".

However, Chase Manhattan Bank was in charge of Pascal's estate, and the musical rights to Pygmalion were sought both by Lerner and Loewe and by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer , whose executives called Lerner to discourage him from challenging the studio.

Loewe said, "We will write the show without the rights, and when the time comes for them to decide who is to get them, we will be so far ahead of everyone else that they will be forced to give them to us.

The bank, in the end, granted them the musical rights. Recalling that the Gershwins' musical Tell Me More had been titled My Fair Lady in its out-of-town tryout, and also had a musical number under that title, Lerner made a courtesy call to Ira Gershwin, alerting him to the use of the title for the Lerner and Loewe musical.

Mary Martin was an early choice for the role of Eliza Doolittle , but declined the role. Lang were entrusted with the arrangements , and the show quickly went into rehearsal.

The musical's script used several scenes that Shaw had written especially for the film version of Pygmalion , including the Embassy Ball sequence and the final scene of the film rather than the ending for Shaw's original play.

The artwork on the original Playbill and the sleeve of the cast recording is by Al Hirschfeld , who drew the playwright Shaw as a heavenly puppetmaster pulling the strings on the Henry Higgins character, while Higgins in turn attempts to control Eliza Doolittle.

At the first preview Rex Harrison, who was unaccustomed to singing in front of a live orchestra, "announced that under no circumstances would he go on that night The whole company had been dismissed but were recalled, and opening night was a success.

It transferred to the Broadhurst Theatre and then The Broadway Theatre , where it closed on September 29, , after 2, performances, a record at the time.

Moss Hart directed and Hanya Holm was choreographer. The Original Cast Recording , released on April 2, , went on to become the best-selling album in the country in The West End production, in which Harrison, Andrews, Coote, and Holloway reprised their roles, opened on April 30, , at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane , where it ran for five and a half years [18] 2, performances.

Edwardian musical comedy star Zena Dare made her last appearance in the musical as Mrs. The first Broadway revival opened at the St.

James Theatre on March 25, , and ran there until December 5, ; it then transferred to the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre , running from December 9, , until it closed on February 20, , after a total of performances and 7 previews.

Doolittle and Robert Coote recreating his role as Pickering. A national tour was directed by Robin Midgley. Another Broadway revival of the original production opened at the Uris Theatre on August 18, , and closed on November 29, , after performances and 4 previews.

The revival co-starred Nancy Ringham as Eliza. A new revival directed by Howard Davies opened at the Virginia Theatre on December 9, , and closed on May 1, , after performances and 16 previews.

Donald Saddler was the choreographer. A UK tour of this production began September 28, The tour ended August 12, Doolittle and Paxton Whitehead as Colonel Pickering.

The revival closed on July 7, , after 39 previews and regular performances. As such it was seen as a symbol of West Berlin's cultural renaissance and resistance.

Lost attendance from East Berlin now no longer possible was partly made up by a "musical air bridge" of flights bringing in patrons from West Germany, and the production was embraced by Berliners, running for two years.

In the New York Philharmonic held a full-costume concert presentation of the musical. Marni Nixon played Mrs. Higgins; Nixon had provided the singing voice of Audrey Hepburn in the film version.

Higgins, replacing Sally Ann Howes. An Australian tour produced by Opera Australia commenced in May It was presented in English. The costumes were designed by Anthony Powell and the choreography was by Lynne Page.

The production ran until January 26, It was directed by Julie Andrews and featured the set and costume designs of the original production by Smith and Beaton.

Doolittle, Robyn Nevin as Mrs. Pearce, and David Whitney as Karpathy. According to Geoffrey Block, "Opening night critics immediately recognized that My Fair Lady fully measured up to the Rodgers and Hammerstein model of an integrated musical Robert Coleman They are ever so much more than interpolations, or interruptions.

You'd better sit right down and send for those tickets A sampling of praise from critics, excerpted from a book form of the musical, published in The reception from Shavians was more mixed, however.

Eric Bentley , for instance, called it "a terrible treatment of Mr. Shaw's play, [undermining] the basic idea [of the play]", even though he acknowledged it as "a delightful show".

Sources: BroadwayWorld [75] Drama Desk [76]. Source: Olivier Awards [77]. Source: BroadwayWorld [78]. Source: Drama Desk [79]. Source: Olivier Awards [80].

The film version was made in , directed by George Cukor and with Harrison again in the part of Higgins. The casting of Audrey Hepburn instead of Julie Andrews as Eliza was controversial, partly because theatregoers regarded Andrews as perfect for the part and partly because Hepburn's singing voice was dubbed by Marni Nixon.

Jack L. Warner , the head of Warner Bros. Lerner in particular disliked the film version of the musical, thinking it did not live up to the standards of Moss Hart's original direction.

He was also unhappy with the casting of Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle and that the film was shot in its entirety at the Warner Bros. Columbia Pictures announced a new adaptation in Emma Thompson wrote a new screenplay adaptation for the project, but the studio shelved it.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the musical stage play. For the film, see My Fair Lady film. For other uses, see My Fair Lady disambiguation.

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Eliza endures Higgins' demanding teaching methods and treatment of her personally "Just You Wait" , while the servants feel both annoyed with the noise as well as pitiful for Higgins "Servants' Chorus".

She makes no progress, but just as she, Higgins, and Pickering are about to give up, Eliza finally "gets it" "The Rain in Spain" ; she instantly begins to speak with an impeccable upper-class accent , and is overjoyed at her breakthrough "I Could Have Danced All Night".

As a trial run, Higgins takes her to Ascot Racecourse "Ascot Gavotte" , where she makes a good impression initially, only to shock everyone by a sudden lapse into vulgar Cockney while cheering on a horse.

Higgins partly conceals a grin behind his hand. Higgins then takes Eliza to an embassy ball for the final test, where she dances with a foreign prince.

Also present is Zoltan Karpathy , a Hungarian phonetics expert trained by Higgins, who is an imposter.

After he dances with Eliza, he declares that she is a Hungarian princess. Afterward, Eliza's hard work is barely acknowledged, with all the praise going to Higgins "You Did It".

This and his callous treatment of her, especially his indifference to her future, causes her to walk out on him, but, not before she throws Higgins slippers at him, leaving him mystified by her ingratitude "Just You Wait Reprise ".

Eliza tries to return to her old life but finds that she no longer fits in. She meets her father, who has been left a large fortune by the wealthy American to whom Higgins had recommended him, and is resigned to marrying Eliza's stepmother.

Alfred feels that Higgins has ruined him, lamenting that he is now bound by "middle-class morality", in which he gets drunk before his wedding day.

Eliza eventually ends up visiting Higgins' mother, who is outraged at her son's callous behavior. The next day, Higgins finds Eliza gone and searches for her "A Hymn to Him" , eventually finding her at his mother's house.

Pickering, realizing that Higgins was to blame for his mistreatment, leaves Higgins. Higgins attempts to talk Eliza into coming back to him. He becomes angered when she announces that she is going to marry Freddy and become Karpathy's assistant "Without You".

He makes his way home, stubbornly predicting that she will come crawling back. However, he comes to the unsettling realization that she has become an important part of his life "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face".

As he listens to a recording of Eliza's voice, she reappears in the doorway behind him, turning off the recording and saying in her old Cockney accent, "I washed my hands and face before I come, I did.

Where the devil are my slippers? The partly-spoken delivery of the songs given by Harrison is a well known example of Sprechgesang.

Paley , put up the money for the original Broadway production in exchange for the rights to the cast album through Columbia Records.

Warner Bros. The order of the songs in the show was followed faithfully, except for "With a Little Bit of Luck". The song is listed as being the third musical number in the play; in the film it is the fourth.

Onstage, the song is split into two parts sung in two different scenes. Part of the song is sung by Doolittle and his cronies just after Eliza gives him part of her earnings, immediately before she makes the decision to go to Higgins's house to ask for speech lessons.

The second half of the song is sung by Doolittle just after he discovers that Eliza is now living with Higgins. In the film, the entire song is sung in one scene that takes place just after Higgins has sung "I'm an Ordinary Man".

However, the song does have a dialogue scene Doolittle's conversation with Eliza's landlady between verses. The instrumental "Busker Sequence", which opens the play immediately after the Overture, is the only musical number from the play omitted in the film version.

However, there are several measures from this piece that can be heard as we see Eliza in the rain, making her way through the cars and carriages in Covent Garden.

All of the songs in the film were performed near complete; however, there were some verse omissions, as there sometimes are in film versions of Broadway musicals.

For example, in the song "With a Little Bit of Luck", the verse "He does not have a Tuppence in his pocket", which was sung with a chorus, was omitted, due to space and its length.

The original verse in "Show Me" was used instead. The stanzas of "You Did It" that came after Higgins says "she is a Princess" were originally written for the Broadway version, but Harrison hated the lyrics, and refused to perform the song unless and until those lyrics were omitted, which they were in most Broadway versions.

However, Cukor insisted that the omitted lyrics be restored for the film version or he would not direct at all, causing Harrison to oblige.

The omitted lyrics end with the words "Hungarian Rhapsody" followed by the servants shouting "Bravo" three times, to the strains of Liszt 's "Hungarian Rhapsody" before the servants sing "Congratulations, Professor Higgins".

Hepburn's singing was judged inadequate, and she was dubbed by Marni Nixon , [11] who sang all songs except "Just You Wait", where Hepburn's voice was left undubbed during the harsh-toned chorus of the song and Nixon sang the melodic bridge section.

Hepburn did sing the brief reprise of the song in tears. Some of Hepburn's original vocal performances for the film were released in the s, affording audiences an opportunity to judge whether the dubbing was necessary.

Harrison declined to pre-record his musical numbers for the film, explaining that he had never talked his way through the songs the same way twice and thus could not convincingly lip-sync to a playback during filming as musical stars had, according to Jack L.

Warner , been doing for years. George Groves decided to use a wireless microphone , the first such use during filming of a motion picture.

One of the few differences in structure between the stage version and the film is the placement of the intermission. In the stage play, the intermission comes after the embassy ball where Eliza dances with Karpathy.

In the film, the intermission comes before the ball, as Eliza, Higgins, and Pickering are seen departing for the embassy. All tracks played by the Warner Bros.

Between brackets the singers. It was re-released again in after a thorough restoration. The consensus states: "George Cukor's elegant, colorful adaptation of the beloved stage play is elevated to new heights thanks to winning performances by Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison.

Scheuer of the Los Angeles Times reported from the New York premiere that "when the curtains came together at the finish of just three hours, three hours of Technicolored entertainment, I heard myself all but echoing Col.

Pickering's proud summation of Eliza Doolittle's performances as a duchess at the Embassy Ball, 'a total triumph.

It is Hollywood at its best, Jack L. Warner's career capstone and a film that will go on without now-forseeable [ sic? Scenes move at a steady, even pace, as though every word were worth its weight in gold perhaps, in view of the price paid for the rights, it very nearly was.

Especially, the decor tends to inhibit rather than release the film. Coe of The Washington Post also suggested that Hepburn's casting was the film's "basic flaw," describing her as "recognizably exquisite—but not 21—as the flower girl and to the later scenes she brings a real flirtatiousness quite un-Shavian.

Chicago Sun-Times critic Roger Ebert gave the film four stars out of four, and, in , he put it on his "Great Movies" list, praising Hepburn's performance, and calling the film "the best and most unlikely of musicals.

It's a classic not because a group of stuffy film experts have labeled it as such, but because it has been, and always will be, a pure joy to experience.

The film was restored in by James C. Katz and Robert A. Harris , who had restored Spartacus three years earlier. The restoration was commissioned and financed by CBS, to which the film rights reverted from Warner Bros.

A new film of the musical was planned in with a screenplay by Emma Thompson but the project did not materialize. Keira Knightley , Carey Mulligan , and Colin Firth were among those in consideration for the lead roles.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Release date. Running time. The New York Times. Retrieved April 23, Box Office Mojo. December 25, Retrieved November 25, NY Times.

Retrieved December 21, Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved March 11, The Oxford dictionary of music Sixth ed. Oxford University Press.

A well-known example of Sprechgesang is that of Rex Harrison Higgins in My Fair Lady. Crown Publishers. Daily Variety. The Street Where I Live.

Da Capo Press. Julie Andrews: An Intimate Biography. It was directed by Julie Andrews and featured the set and costume designs of the original production by Smith and Beaton.

Doolittle, Robyn Nevin as Mrs. Pearce, and David Whitney as Karpathy. According to Geoffrey Block, "Opening night critics immediately recognized that My Fair Lady fully measured up to the Rodgers and Hammerstein model of an integrated musical Robert Coleman They are ever so much more than interpolations, or interruptions.

You'd better sit right down and send for those tickets A sampling of praise from critics, excerpted from a book form of the musical, published in The reception from Shavians was more mixed, however.

Eric Bentley , for instance, called it "a terrible treatment of Mr. Shaw's play, [undermining] the basic idea [of the play]", even though he acknowledged it as "a delightful show".

Sources: BroadwayWorld [75] Drama Desk [76]. Source: Olivier Awards [77]. Source: BroadwayWorld [78]. Source: Drama Desk [79].

Source: Olivier Awards [80]. The film version was made in , directed by George Cukor and with Harrison again in the part of Higgins. The casting of Audrey Hepburn instead of Julie Andrews as Eliza was controversial, partly because theatregoers regarded Andrews as perfect for the part and partly because Hepburn's singing voice was dubbed by Marni Nixon.

Jack L. Warner , the head of Warner Bros. Lerner in particular disliked the film version of the musical, thinking it did not live up to the standards of Moss Hart's original direction.

He was also unhappy with the casting of Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle and that the film was shot in its entirety at the Warner Bros.

Columbia Pictures announced a new adaptation in Emma Thompson wrote a new screenplay adaptation for the project, but the studio shelved it.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the musical stage play. For the film, see My Fair Lady film.

For other uses, see My Fair Lady disambiguation. Original Broadway Poster by Al Hirschfeld. Main article: My Fair Lady film.

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