My Fair Lady
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Landlady: ...and what things does she want? Her bird cage and her Chinese fan. But she says, never mind about sending any clothes.

Eliza Doolittle: The difference between a lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves, but how she is treated.

Professor Henry Higgins: By George, Eliza, the streets will be strewn with the bodies of men shooting themselves for your sake before I'm done with you.

Professor Henry Higgins: The question is not whether I've treated you rudely but whether you've ever heard me treat anyone else better.

Eliza Doolittle: Come on, Dover! Come on, Dover! Move your bloomin' arse.

Eliza Doolittle: I ain't dirty! I washed my face and hands before I come, I did.

Colonel Hugh Pickering: Higgins, at a time like this, it's positively indecent that you don't need a glass of port.

Visible crew/equipment: When Professor Higgins is having Eliza practice saying the letter H by blowing into a tube to make the flame waver, the paper she's holding is actually Rex Harrison's lines. Once the paper starts to burn and the camera angle changes, you can read them and it's practically all of his lines for the whole scene.

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Trivia: In the 40th anniversary re-mastered edition they have used Audrey Hepburn's original singing track for the "Wouldn't it be lovely" song.

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