|aMy fair lady|h[videorecording] /|cWarner Bros. Pictures presents ; produced by Jack L. Warner ; screenplay by Alan Jay Lerner ; based on the play Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw ; book & lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner ; directed by George Cukor.
|a[U.K.] :|bWarner Home Video (U.K.) ;|aTaipei :|bHer Ming Video, |c1999?.
|a1 videodisc (170 min.) :|bsd., col. ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aThe Best Movie Collection
|aChinese title : 窈窕淑女
|aBased on the play Pygmalion / Bernard Shaw.
|aDVD release of motion picture originally released in 1964.
|aSpecial features: Feature-length audio commentary that includes art director Gene Allen, singer Marni Nixon and restorers Robert A. Harris and James C. Katz; behind-the-scenes documentary 'The fairest fair lady'; alternate Audrey Hepburn vocal versions of 'Show me' and 'Wouldn't it be loverly'; interactive menus; production notes; 4 theatrical trailers; scene access.
|aCredits: director of photography, Harry Stradling; editor, William Ziegler.; costume, scenery & production, Cecil Beaton ; choreography, Hermes Pan ; Marnie Nixon, vocals ; conductor, Andre? Previn.
|aCast: Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison, Stanley Holloway, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Gladys Cooper, Jeremy Brett, Theodore Bikel, Mona Washbourne.
|aProfessor Higgins, a linguist, has to win the bet that any common Cockney girl, once tought to speak poperly, can pass as a duchess in London society.
|aDVD Region 3 ; Dolby digital.
|aIn English with optional subtitles in Traditional Chinese or Simplify Chinese subtitle.
|aWinner of 8 Academy Awards including Rex Harrison (best actor), Cecil Beaton (best costume design, best art direction), Harry Stradling (best cinematography), George Cukor (best director), best picture (1965); Directors Guld of America, George Cukor (best director); Golden Globes, George Cukor (best director), Rex Harrison (best actor--musical/comedy), best motion picture--musical/comedy (1965); New York Film Critics Circle, Rex Harrison (best actor), George Cukor (best director) (1964).
|aShaw, Bernard,|d1856-1950|vFilm and video adaptations.
|aMusical films|zUnited States.
|aSpeech and social status|zEngland|zLondon|vDrama.