1964 film adaption of Lerner & Loewe’s 1956 hit stage musical based on George Bernard Shaw’s 1913 play Pygmalion.
Although Rex Harrison reprised his role as Henry Higgins from the stage production, Julie Andrews was replaced in the lead role by Audrey Hepburn. Although Hepburn performed all the songs during filming, her voice was ultimately replaced by Warner Brothers who dubbed her with Marni Nixon.
Regardless the film was a massive hit a the box office and remains as classic, featuring Hepburn’s most celebrated role after Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
“als bester film des jahres mit 8 oscars ausgezeichnet” ‘ awarded 8 oscars as best film of the year
2 German insert posters, from the period circa 1964, folded as issued : measuring 119cm x 42cm unfolded
Condition: Harrison : VG++ minor wrinkles, no pin holes, or rips. Hepburn : Very, very minor edge nick by “A”of Audrey ( zoom in). On the reverse someone has written the film title in marker which is partially visible above the black feather in Hepbrun’s hat. Otherwise , no rips , no pin holes, displays VG+