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Controversy, controversy-- but still a good film. Audrey first caused a stir when she won the role of Eliza Doolittle in the film adaptation of Lerner and Loewe's hit Broadway musical (over Julie Andrews among others), and again when her musical numbers had to be dubbed in by Marni Nixon. MY FAIR LADY (1964) suffered a little for all the fuss, but not too much, and the musical Cinderella transition from cockney flower girl to duchess at the embassy ball is lavishly fun and entertaining.

Audrey posing with that most valuable of marble statues, the Celini Venus, in a publicity still from William Wyler's smart and sophisticated romantic comedy HOW TO STEAL A MILLION (1966).

Hiding in a broom closet with Peter O'Toole in preparation for the caper in HOW TO STEAL A MILLION.

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