History YMMV / MyFairLady

2nd Feb '16 11:30:20 AM ProbablyNotARobot
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* EarWorm: [[http://youtu.be/7Ezy50aY6Bg I COULD HAVE DAAAAANNCCEEEED ALL NIIIIIGGHHT! I COULD HAVE DAAAAAANNCCEEED ALL NIIIIIIGHT! AND STIIIILLL HAVE BEEEEEEGGED FOR MOOOOOORRRREE!"]]
27th Oct '15 9:30:47 AM dsneybuf
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* TheyJustDidntCare: Instead of comissioning a new restoration for the 2011 Blu-Ray, CBS just upscaled a 1994 restored version to 1080p. However, the 50th anniversary Blu-Ray from 2015[[note]]CBS had to delay the release date[[/note]] boasts a newer, 4k restoration.

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* TheyJustDidntCare: Instead of comissioning a new restoration for the 2011 Blu-Ray, CBS just upscaled a 1994 restored version to 1080p. However, Averted for the 50th anniversary Anniversary Blu-Ray from 2015[[note]]CBS had to delay and DVD, which utilized an improved, 4K restoration-one so meticulous, CBS didn't complete it until the release date[[/note]] boasts a newer, 4k restoration.movie's 51st Anniversary.
20th Apr '15 10:28:28 AM Tuckerscreator
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* WifeHusbandry Accidental? Henry Higgins, a "Confirmed Bachelor", creates a woman he can't live without.
20th Apr '15 10:27:30 AM bar1scorpio
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* WifeHusbandry Accidental? Henry Higgins, a "Confirmed Bachelor", creates a woman he can't live without.
27th Mar '15 2:22:55 PM Premonition45
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* GeniusBonus: In the Film, near the beginning we get a glimpse of Henry Higgins' notebook, which he's using to transcribe people's accents. It's unreadable... unless you understand [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shavian the Shavian alphabet]], whose creation was funded by George Bernard Shaw.
* HoYay: Higgins and Pickering have quite a bit, particularly in "A Hymn to Him".

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* GeniusBonus: In the Film, film, near the beginning we get a glimpse of Henry Higgins' notebook, which he's using to transcribe people's accents. It's unreadable... unless you understand [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shavian the Shavian alphabet]], whose creation was funded by George Bernard Shaw.
* HoYay: Higgins and Pickering have quite a bit, particularly in "A Hymn to Him".Him", where Higgins straight up asks "Why can't a woman be more like a man?".
18th Jan '15 12:00:01 PM dsneybuf
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* TheyJustDidntCare: Instead of comissioning a new restoration for the 2011 Blu-Ray, CBS just upscaled a 1994 restored version to 1080p. However, the 50th anniversary Blu-Ray from 2014 boasts a newer, 4k restoration.

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* TheyJustDidntCare: Instead of comissioning a new restoration for the 2011 Blu-Ray, CBS just upscaled a 1994 restored version to 1080p. However, the 50th anniversary Blu-Ray from 2014 2015[[note]]CBS had to delay the release date[[/note]] boasts a newer, 4k restoration.
4th Jan '15 10:33:42 PM vifetoile
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** When it was first made, Eliza came across as much more unacceptably uncouth to theatre-goers, and therefore just as bad as Henry, whereas it's getting more and more common to see Henry as a misogynistic villain putting Eliza unfairly down. Basically, they're each supposed to be a JerkWithAHeartOfGold, but current values don't look favorably on characters like Higgins.

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** When it was first made, Eliza came across as much more unacceptably uncouth to theatre-goers, and therefore just as bad as Henry, whereas it's getting more and more common to see Henry as a misogynistic misogynistic, snobbish villain putting Eliza unfairly down. Basically, they're each supposed to be a JerkWithAHeartOfGold, but current values don't look favorably on characters like Higgins.
26th Dec '14 3:31:08 PM Premonition45
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** In its original release, Eliza came across as much more unacceptably uncouth to theatre-goers, and therefore just as bad as Henry, whereas it's getting more and more common to see Henry as a misogynistic villain putting Eliza unfairly down. Basically, they're each supposed to be a JerkWithAHeartOfGold, but current values don't look favorably on characters like Higgins.

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** In its original release, When it was first made, Eliza came across as much more unacceptably uncouth to theatre-goers, and therefore just as bad as Henry, whereas it's getting more and more common to see Henry as a misogynistic villain putting Eliza unfairly down. Basically, they're each supposed to be a JerkWithAHeartOfGold, but current values don't look favorably on characters like Higgins.
7th Nov '14 3:14:09 PM RoseAndHeather
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: "I Could Have Danced All Night" has gone down in the record books as one of the most beloved soprano solos in the history of musical theatre -- and with ''very'' good reason.
15th Sep '14 1:00:33 PM dsneybuf
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* TheyJustDidntCare: Instead of comissioning a new restoration for the Blu-Ray, CBS just upscaled a 1994 restored version to 1080p.

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* TheyJustDidntCare: Instead of comissioning a new restoration for the 2011 Blu-Ray, CBS just upscaled a 1994 restored version to 1080p.1080p. However, the 50th anniversary Blu-Ray from 2014 boasts a newer, 4k restoration.
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