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My Fair Lady

Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison, Stanley Holloway, Wilfred Hyde-White, Gladys Cooper, Jeremy Brett, Theodore Bikel, Mona Washbourne, Isobel Elsom, John Holland, Alan Napier, Marni Nixon
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Prof. Henry, referring to flower seller Eliza, “Woman who utters such disgusting and depressing noises has no right to be anywhere.” (0:09)

Henry tells Eliza, “By George, Eliza, the streets will be strewn with the bodies of men shooting themselves for your sake before I’m done with you.”
Eliza: “He’s off his chump, he is. I don’t want no barmies teaching me.”
Henry: “Oh, mad, am I?”
Eliza: “I’ve heard of girls being drugged by the likes of you.” (0:33)

Eliza’s dustman father Alfie: “Harry boy, we’re in for a booze-up.” (0:49)

A socialite woman spectator faints when she hears Eliza’s Cockney. (1:31)

Col. Pickering tells Henry, “I’m not nervous.” (1:38)

Pickering asks Henry, “Weren’t you a little bit nervous once or twice?” (1:53)

Henry tells Eliza, “Oh, so the creature’s nervous after all.”
”Well, it’s only natural that you should be anxious...” (2:00)

Her suitor Freddy asks, ”Eliza, where are you going?”
Eliza: “To the river.”Freddy: “What for?”
“To make a hole in it.” (2:11)

Henry asks, referring to Eliza, “What could have depressed her?” (2:27)

Henry tells Eliza, “I’ve learned something from your idiotic notions.”
”It’s the only answer you’ll get ‘til you stop being a plain idiot.” (2:36)

References in Kingsman: The Secret ServiceQuick Change, Running with Scissors