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Stage and Screen: “My Fair Lady”

Members say: Delightful, Entertaining, Enchanting, Great singing, Funny

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Enjoy “My Fair Lady” on the big screen and learn about the Broadway revival!

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As an intro to the movie, a special guest will explain the links between the movie and the upcoming stage revival.

This amazing movie is NOT available for streaming anywhere online, so this is a rare opportunity to see it in the way it was designed to be enjoyed.


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90
Delightful, Entertaining, Even better on the big screen

See it if You’ve never seen it on the big screen or (can it be possible?) never have seen it at all. It’s more beautiful than you remember!

Don't see it if I don’t know! Go for the art nouveau decor! Go for the closeups of the costumes! Go for the twinkle in Rex’s eyes! You should go!

Also I’ve watched this countless times on (increasingly larger) TV screens.... Read more Read less

85
Pre-show talk informative/fun, Restored classic movie a delight

See it if You enjoy hearing informed and interesting discussion before screening & appreciate the opportunity to see great movie musical on big screen

Don't see it if You don’t have time for a 3-hr movie, insist on arriving late (during the talk) or chatting away during the film. (Grrr.) Don’t like Hepburn

Also The movie was beautifully restored and the archivist shared memorable ... Read more Read less

81
Delightful, Enchanting, Great singing, Great staging

See it if Enjoy seeing classic movie musicals on the big screen with interesting preshow discussion

Don't see it if Don't like background information just want to see the movie

85
Enchanting, Fun, Timely, Informative

See it if Timely showing of the movie to coincide with MFL on stage. Great, informative guest speaker.

Don't see it if You can't sit for 3 hours or find it necessary to talk through movies.

88
Delightful, Enchanting, Entertaining

See it if you would like to see a beautifully restored classic movie musical in a comfortable, clean, well organized space.

Don't see it if you don’t see the historical value of classic movies from the 60’s with stars of the day.

Also Wonderful to see My Fair Lady on the big screen with Audrey Hepburn, R... Read more Read less

96
Delightful, Enchanting, Entertaining

See it if you enjoy classic musicals.

Don't see it if it bothers you that Audrey Hepburn's singing voice was dubbed by Marni Nixon.

100
Funny, Exquisite, Great acting, Must see, Relevant

See it if A masterful film with classic actors and George Cukor at the helm.

Don't see it if can't imagine

95
Delightful, Enchanting, Must see, Entertaining, Great singing

See it if You enjoy musicals and talks about the show before hand.

Don't see it if Don’t like musicals. Talk makes the run-time longer so don’t see if you can’t sit that long

Also I was slightly disappointed with the talk as my interpretation of the ... Read more Read less

100
Great writing, Entertaining, Nostalgic

See it if If you love Rex Harrison, if you love good music, not to mention being transported back to your childhood, you will love this!

Don't see it if I have no reason not to see it.

99
Funny, Clever, Delightful

See it if You love Audrey Hepburn & musicals - like me!

Don't see it if Hate 1940s movies

85
Delightful, Masterful, Entertaining

See it if Classic movie musical. Beautifully filmed, great songs, restored version. A must-see for movie musical fans.

Don't see it if You are upset that Julie Andrews was not cast as Eliza.

68
Confusing, Disappointing, Overrated

See it if You're a fan of the musical, or if you'd seen this film before and had some connection to it, perhaps you'd enjoy it.

Don't see it if I found the Eliza character's voice and accent incredibly grating. Also, I didn't like that it wasn't the Audrey Hepburn actually singing.