Logo: FYE - For Your Entertainment
FREE SHIPPING on CD & Movie Orders Over $40 See Details
Navigation Toggle

Sell your copy

close   X

Essential Art House: Pygmalion [Criterion Collection]

Format: DVD     Release Date: 02/10/2009
Notify Me

Availability: Out of stock

Reg. Price: $19.99
On Sale: $16.98

Member Price: $15.28

add to wishlist

Buy Used

Reg. Price: $8.99

Member Price: $8.09

add to wishlist


When purchasing used items, DVDs & Blu-ray include disc, cover art, and case. Bonus downloadable or promotional content may have already been redeemed. Promotional items (3-D glasses, figurines, t-shirts, posters, jewelry, books or other non-media items) may not be included. Cleaning and repair was done as required.
Leslie Howard and Wendy Hiller star in Anthony Asquith's and Leslie Howard's classic version of George Bernard Shaw's satiric comedy. Henry Higgins (Howard) is an upper class phonetics professor who encounters low-class guttersnipe Eliza Doolittle (Hiller) and bets his friend Colonel Pickering (Scott Sunderland) that he can pass her off as a duchess within three months. Pickering accepts Higgins' bet, with Eliza readily agreeing to the proposal, since she will get to live in Higgins' fancy home. Once in Higgins' house, Eliza is subjected to intensely repetitive phonetics lessons in an effort to transform her Cockney accent into the speech of proper English. Things are a bit rocky at first, with Eliza blurting out "Not bloody likely" at a tea party. But when Eliza is presented at the Ambassador's Ball, she is not only accepted as a princess but is the talk of the ball, everyone in attendance commenting on her charm, beauty, and poise. Relishing his success, Higgins abruptly dismisses her. But Eliza has fallen in love with Higgins and is aghast at her cursory treatment by him. She tells him, "I sold flowers. I didn't sell myself. Now you've made a lady of me, I'm not fit to sell anything else." When Eliza leaves, Higgins realizes that he loves her too, but Eliza has announced to Higgins that she plans to marry high society playboy Freddie Eynsford-Hill (David Tree). ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

Disc #1 -- Essential Art House: Pygmalion

1. Logos/Opening Credits [2:07]
2. "I'm a Good Girl, I Am!" [6:54]
3. "I Could Pass You Off As the Queen of Sheba" [5:15]
4. "I Want to Be a Lady" [8:22]
5. "You Have to Be Very Particular" [4:34]
6. "I'm One of the Undeserving Poor" [7:43]
7. Eliza's Lessons [2:50]
8. Eliza Takes Tea [9:30]
9. Higgins's Crash Course [4:52]
10. At the Embassy Ball [4:04]
11. A Hungarian Princess [6:54]
12. "There Are Your Slippers-and There!" [10:31]
13. "Kiss Me Again!" [3:27]
14. "Middle-Class Morality Claims Its Victim" [8:30]
15. Eliza Speaks Her Mind [7:20]
16. "Where the Devil Are My Slippers, Eliza?" [2:28]
  • Format: DVD
  • Release Date: February 10, 2009
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Region: 1
  • Studio: Criterion
  • Length: 90 minutes
  • Sound: dd1
  • Format: Black & White
  • Discs: 1
  • Language: English
  • Subtitle: English
  • UPC: 715515043519
  • Product ID: 2866519
  • Genre: Comedy

For More Entertainment

Join our mailing list:

Order Information

Shipping & Returns

Need Help?