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InStyle.com says: The preternaturally graceful Audrey Hepburn plays cockney waif Eliza Doolittle, who becomes a proper English gentlewoman thanks to elocution lessons from Professor Henry Higgins and a one-of-a-kind ensemble created by famed costume designer Cecil Beaton. Obvious? Yes, but it's too good of a makeover not to include!
EW.com says: Audrey Hepburn may not have sung her own songs in this Oscar-winning stage-to-film adaptation, but there's no one else who could have pulled off Doolittle's journey (at the hands of Rex Harrison's Henry Higgins) from slovenly slummer to the consummate fair lady.
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