Audrey Hepburn stars in this 1964 classic musical adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's play "Pygmalion."
This is the classic film rendition of the Broadway musical about the snobbish Professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison),
who agrees to a wager that he can take teach a low-class street vendor (Hepburn) and teach her how to
speak proper English and pass as a duchess. When the common Eliza Doolittle shows herself to be an apt pupil,
she makes quite an impression on a young aristocrat, Freddie Einsford-Hill. Once transformed into an
elegant lady who can easily hold her own in high society, Higgins gleefully collects on his bet
and neglects to give her any credit, only to realize how he cannot live without Eliza. This
delightful family-friendly classic
features memorable songs and a delightful performance by Hepburn.
This film is rated G.