THE CAST INCLUDES
Rex Harrison / Oscared!
(CLEOPATRA, THE CITADEL, NIGHT TRAIN TO MUNICH, ANNA AND THE KING
OF SIAM, THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR, THE YELLOW ROLLS-ROYCE, THE AGONY
AND THE ECTASY, DOCTOR DOLITTLE, CROSSED SWORDS)
Audrey Hepburn (ROMAN HOLIDAY, SABRINA, THE NUN'S STORY,
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, WAIT UNTIL DARK, WAR AND PEACE, FUNNY FACE,
CHARADE, ROBIN AND MARIAN)
Gladys Cooper / Nominated Supporting Actress (REBECCA, KITTY
FOYLE, THAT HAMILTON WOMAN, NOW VOYAGER, THE SONG OF BERNADETTE,
THE BISHOP'S WIFE, THE PIRATE, AT SWORD'S POINT, SEPARATE TABLES)
Stanley Holloway / Nominated Supporting Actor (BRIEF
ENCOUNTER, CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA, NICHOLAS NICKLEBY, HAMLET, THE
LAVENDER HILL MOB, IN HARM'S WAY, TEN LITTLE INDIANS)
With Wilfred Hyde-White, Jeremy Britt, Theodore Bikel, and Mona
ABOUT THE PRODUCER
Jack L. Warner (1892 - 1978), American executive producer and
last member of the four Warner Brothers who started the major studio.
Warner's recent works include: CAMELOT and 1776.
NOTES & TRIVA
Based on the stage play which ran for over 6 years.
Numerous famous Alan Lerner / Frederick Loewe songs, including:
"Why Can't the English", "Get Me to the Church on
Time", and "The Rain in Spain" are memorable. Julie
Andrews had created the role of Eliza Doolittle on the stage and
many were disappointed when she did not get the film role, which
went to Audrey Hepburn. Marnie Nixon was the singing voice of Audrey
MY FAIR LADY was based on George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion",
and the longest running musical on Broadway.
It was filmed excusively in Hollywood.
Art Direction (*)
Costume Design (*)
OTHER "BEST PICTURE" NOMINATIONS
DR. STRANGELOVE OR: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the
ZORBA THE GREEK
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