My Fair Lady quotes

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Snobbish phonetics Professor Henry Higgins agrees to a wager that he can make flower girl Eliza Doolittle presentable in high society.

Director: George Cukor
Writer: Alan Jay Lerner, George Bernard Shaw
Production: N/A
Year: 1964
MetaScore: 95/100
ImdbRating: 7.8
BoxOffice: $72,560,711
Released: 25 Dec 1964
Awards: Won 8 Oscars. 25 wins & 13 nominations total

74 Clips & Quotes

But how she is treated - My Fair Lady 00:26 But how she is treated There even are places where English completely disappears - My Fair Lady 00:28 There even are places where English completely disappears Where the devil are my slippers - My Fair Lady 00:06 Where the devil are my slippers Wouldn't it be loverly - My Fair Lady 00:30 Wouldn't it be loverly How ever did you learn good manners with my son around - My Fair Lady 02:23 How ever did you learn good manners with my son around Move your bloomin' arse - My Fair Lady 00:15 Move your bloomin' arse She's so deliciously low - My Fair Lady 00:21 She's so deliciously low The French don't care what they do actually - My Fair Lady 00:29 The French don't care what they do actually I do hope we won't have any unseasonable cold spells - My Fair Lady 04:19 I do hope we won't have any unseasonable cold spells Why can't a woman be more like a man - My Fair Lady 00:17 Why can't a woman be more like a man I ain't dirty - My Fair Lady 00:18 I ain't dirty Have you ever met a man of good character where women are concerned - My Fair Lady 01:24 Have you ever met a man of good character where women are... By George - My Fair Lady 01:36 By George The great secret - My Fair Lady 03:21 The great secret I'm a good girl - My Fair Lady 00:14 I'm a good girl Say it again - My Fair Lady 01:27 Say it again Like a lady in a florist's shop - My Fair Lady 03:00 Like a lady in a florist's shop It's the new small talk - My Fair Lady 00:19 It's the new small talk How poignant it will be on that inevitable night - My Fair Lady 02:00 How poignant it will be on that inevitable night What is it - My Fair Lady 01:16 What is it Higgins' intentions are entirely honorable - My Fair Lady 00:58 Higgins' intentions are entirely honorable She's got it - My Fair Lady 00:32 She's got it I've grown accustomed to her face - My Fair Lady 01:20 I've grown accustomed to her face I sold flowers - My Fair Lady 00:27 I sold flowers What a disagreeable surprise - My Fair Lady 00:15 What a disagreeable surprise Who asked him to make a gentleman out of me - My Fair Lady 01:38 Who asked him to make a gentleman out of me I beg your pardon - My Fair Lady 00:52 I beg your pardon And damn you - My Fair Lady 00:13 And damn you She's an owl - My Fair Lady 00:18 She's an owl I could have danced all night - My Fair Lady 00:17 I could have danced all night It's positively indecent that you don't need a glass of port - My Fair Lady 00:27 It's positively indecent that you don't need a glass of port I've learned something from your idiotic notions - My Fair Lady 00:24 I've learned something from your idiotic notions I have often walked down this street before - My Fair Lady 02:19 I have often walked down this street before Marry Freddy - My Fair Lady 02:31 Marry Freddy I ain't done nothin' wrong by speaking to the gentleman - My Fair Lady 00:46 I ain't done nothin' wrong by speaking to the gentleman You  won my bet - My Fair Lady 00:19 You won my bet I'm dashed - My Fair Lady 00:09 I'm dashed Colonel Pickering - My Fair Lady 00:38 Colonel Pickering You impudent hussy - My Fair Lady 00:17 You impudent hussy And what things does she want - My Fair Lady 00:31 And what things does she want Here  are your slippers - My Fair Lady 00:29 Here are your slippers There can't be any feeling between the likes of me and the likes of you - My Fair Lady 00:24 There can't be any feeling between the likes of me and the... Have some chocolates - My Fair Lady 01:30 Have some chocolates You might marry - My Fair Lady 01:12 You might marry Miss Doolittle - My Fair Lady 01:21 Miss Doolittle Would I run off and never tell me where I'm going - My Fair Lady 00:19 Would I run off and never tell me where I'm going What's to become of me - My Fair Lady 01:08 What's to become of me That's what I am - My Fair Lady 03:13 That's what I am I know your head aches - My Fair Lady 01:46 I know your head aches That's all there is to that - My Fair Lady 00:38 That's all there is to that I knew she had a career in front of 'er - My Fair Lady 00:15 I knew she had a career in front of 'er Where's the girl now - My Fair Lady 00:34 Where's the girl now You oughta be stuffed with nails - My Fair Lady 00:17 You oughta be stuffed with nails We've got a bloomin' heiress in our midst - My Fair Lady 00:23 We've got a bloomin' heiress in our midst That young woman with Colonel Pickering - My Fair Lady 00:21 That young woman with Colonel Pickering I paid five pounds for her - My Fair Lady 00:16 I paid five pounds for her Go and find a cab - My Fair Lady 00:12 Go and find a cab Look at her - My Fair Lady 00:44 Look at her I washed my face and hands before I come - My Fair Lady 00:17 I washed my face and hands before I come The  rain  in  Spain  stays  mainly  in the  plain - My Fair Lady 01:26 The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain What am I to do - My Fair Lady 01:07 What am I to do What's happened - My Fair Lady 00:50 What's happened You are to stay here for the next six months - My Fair Lady 02:57 You are to stay here for the next six months I didn't sell myself - My Fair Lady 00:28 I didn't sell myself Damn the coffee - My Fair Lady 00:13 Damn the coffee Where does it rain - My Fair Lady 00:22 Where does it rain Are second nature to me now - My Fair Lady 00:46 Are second nature to me now I'm one of the underserving poor - My Fair Lady 03:12 I'm one of the underserving poor What an infantile idea - My Fair Lady 02:33 What an infantile idea Has anyone behaved badly - My Fair Lady 00:40 Has anyone behaved badly What ever are you doing here - My Fair Lady 01:18 What ever are you doing here A prisoner of the gutters - My Fair Lady 00:45 A prisoner of the gutters I shall not feel alone without you - My Fair Lady 01:36 I shall not feel alone without you Condemned by every syllable she utters - My Fair Lady 00:45 Condemned by every syllable she utters

Cast

Eliza Doolittle - Audrey Hepburn
Professor Henry Higgins - Rex Harrison
Alfred P. Doolittle - Stanley Holloway
Colonel Hugh Pickering - Wilfrid Hyde-White
Mrs. Higgins - Gladys Cooper
Freddy Eynsford-Hill - Jeremy Brett
Zoltan Karpathy - Theodore Bikel
Mrs. Pearce - Mona Washbourne
Mrs. Eynsford-Hill - Isobel Elsom
Butler - John Holland
Ascot Extra - Helen Albrecht
Jamie - Doolittle's crony - John Alderson
Cockney - Mary Alexander
Ad Lib at Church - LaWana Backer
Ball Guest - Walter Bacon
Cockney - Al Bain
Gentleman - Frank Baker
Second Maid - Lois Battle
Daughter of Elegant Bystander - Brittania Beatey
Footman - William Beckley
Cockney with Pipe - Marjorie Bennett
Greek Ambassador - Oscar Beregi Jr.
Lady at Ball - Betty Blythe
Ascot Extra - Diana Bourbon
Flower Girl - Iris Bristol
Ascot Extra - Tex Brodus
Ad Lib at Church - Meg Brown
Prince of Transylvania - Buddy Bryan
Bystander Who Warns Eliza - Walter Burke
Cockney - Bea Marie Busch
Ascot Gavotte - Colin Campbell
Ad Lib at Church - Jeannie Carson
Ad Lib at Ascot - Paulle Clark
Ascot Extra - Natalie Core
Footman - Tom Cound
Mrs. Higgins' Maid - Jennifer Crier
Selsey Man - Maurice Dallimore
Ad Lib at Ascot - Allison Daniell
Ambassador - Henry Daniell
Cockney - Donna Day
Footman - Roy Dean
Cockney - Thomas Dick
Leading Man - Brendan Dillon
Ad Lib at Church - Anne Dore
Ad Lib at Church - Pauline Drake
Ascot Extra - Harvey B. Dunn
Cockney - Joe Evans
Juggler - Kai Farelli
Cockney - Ray Foster
Ad Lib at Church - Stanley Fraser
King George V in Fantasy Sequence - Charles Fredericks
Fat Woman at Pub - Ayllene Gibbons
Ad Lib at Church - Jack Goldie
Ball Guest - James Gonzalez
George - Jack Greening
Grand Lady - Beatrice Grenough
Gentleman - Stuart Hall
Costermonger - Clive Halliday
Guest at Ball - Sam Harris
Ad Lib at Ascot - Marjory Hawtrey
Costermonger - Eric Heath
Ad Lib at Church - Monika Henreid
Juggler - Eugene Hoffman
Ball Guest - George Holmes
Cockney - Samuel Holmes
Ad Lib at Church - Clyde Howdy
Elegant Bystander - Kendrick Huxham
Lady Ambassador - Lillian Kemble-Cooper
Cockney - Phyllis Kennedy
Ad Lib at Church - Colin Kenny
Cockney - Goldie Kleban
Voice of Linguistics Lesson - Peter Ladefoged
Flower Girl - Alma Lawton
Cockney Bystander - Queenie Leonard
Cockney - William Linkie
Horseman - Rico Lopez
Lady Boxington - Moyna MacGill
Hoxton Man Not Hoston - Laurie Main
Ad Lib at Church - Sidney Marion
Ad Lib at Church - Eric Martin
Ball Guest - Philo McCullough
Man at Coffee Stand - Owen McGiveney
Harry - John McLiam
Ad Lib at Church - Shirley Melline
Cockney - Lenore Miller
Ad Lib at Church - John Mitchum
Cockney - Mike Morelli
Ascot Extra - Barbara Morrison
Gentleman Escorting Eliza to the Queen - Alan Napier
Dancer - Nick Navarro
Playback vocalist for Audrey Hepburn - Marni Nixon
Costermonger - James O'Hara
Costermonger - Richard Peel
Ad Lib at Church - George Pelling
Doolittle's Dance Partner - Barbara Pepper
Bystander - Hilda Plowright
Cockney - Frank Radcliffe
Extra - Jack Raine
Mrs. Hopkins - Olive Reeves-Smith
Ball Guest - Greg Rhinelander
Suitor at Ball - Christopher Riordan
Cockney - David Robel
First Maid - Dinah Anne Rogers
Policeman - Victor Rogers
Cockney - Corinne Ross
Queen of Transylvania - Baroness Rothschild
Ball Guest - Jerry Rush
Ad Lib at Church - Wendy Russell
Racegoer in 'Ascot Gavotte' Sequence - Kenny Salvatt
Ball Guest - Jeffrey Sayre
Landlady - Miriam Schiller
Ad Lib at Church - Buddy Shea
Ascot Extra - Orville Sherman
Parlor Maid - Jacqueline Squire
Bartender - Michael St. Clair
Taxi Driver - Geoffrey Steele
Gentleman - Bert Stevens
Ascot Extra - Grady Sutton
Cockney - Henry Sweetman
Cockney - William Taylor
Cockney - Joy Tierney
Singer - Arthur Tovey
Algernon / Bartender - Ron Whelan
Ad Lib at Church - Elzada Wilson
Ad Lib at Church - Nick Wolcum
Cockney - James Wood
Footman at Ball - Ben Wright
Costermonger - Ben Wrigley