|The hat, the dress, the lady who wore them, and the man behind her.
|My Fair Lady's composer, Frederick Loewe,
and Alan J. Lerner, screenwriter and lyricist.
|The artists at Warner Bros. art department had a field day promoting My Fair Lady.
The most popular fell to the one on the far right.
|Audrey Hepburn's Eliza, mistaken
for a Hungarian princess.
|A Cockney flower seller becomes a British high society lady the hard way--by enduring the gross insensitivities of England's premier expert on diction, grammar, and elocution.
|How to make a lady in 170 musical minutes.
|Professor Henry Higgins in his two-story library lair.
Despite his signature song, there's nothing ordinary about him.
|Just get him to the church on time.
|Cartoonist, Al Hirschfield's take on the Ascot sequence.
|Eliza discovers small talk, wealthy friends, and a boyfriend.
|Will she marry Freddy?
|George Cukor and his cast, before, during, and after My Fair Lady.
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