(Anthony Asquith, 1938)
Before there was My Fair Lady there was Pygmalion, the best screen adaptation of a Shaw play ever, with letter-perfect Leslie Howard as phonetic prof Henry Higgins and the splendid Wendy Hiller as the uncouth Cockney flower seller he encounters and transforms into a grand lady.
Sun., Aug. 2, 3 p.m., 2009
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