My Fair Lady (1964)

My Fair Lady (45:17)

My Fair Lady

The other Hepburn and the inspiration for Stewie from Family Guy star in this ritzy musical “romance”, the 66th edition of the T100P. We, uh, didn’t love My Fair Lady. In fact, “tearing new ones” rises to a new level. Find out why!

LINKS:

Sparkplug Coffee

My Fair Lady on Wikipedia

Audrey Hepburn on IMDb

Rex Harrison on IMDb

George Cukor on IMDb

George Bernard Shaw on Wikipedia

Alan Jay Lerner on IMDb

Marni Nixon on IMDb

Family Guy on IMDb

A Clockwork Orange on IMDb

An American In Paris on IMDb

Julie Andrews on IMDb

Mary Poppins on IMDb

The Age Of Innocence (the touch)

Dr. Strangelove on IMDb

1964 Academy Award winners and nominees

Box Office Mojo Adjusted For Inflation Top 200

She could’ve dahnced all night…

Bonnie And Clyde T100P podcast

AFI Top 100 lists

Next week on the T100P: The Sound Of Music

2 thoughts on “My Fair Lady (1964)

  1. The main reason I watched this one was because of its influence on ‘Family Guy,’ especially re: Stewie. And holy crap, does McFarlane ever do a bang-on Henry Higgins impression! But apart from enjoying that aspect, I found this movie pretty fluffy and inessential. And it has no business on Earth running three hours!

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