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My Fair Lady (1964) -- (Movie Clip) You Presumptuous Insect! After her successful London society debut, the now-refined street urchin Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) takes out her frustrations on her teacher Professor Higgins (Rex Harrison) in My Fair Lady 1964, George Cuko directing the Lerner-Loewe musical, from the George Bernard Shaw play.
Devil's Disciple, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Men Of The Same British Stock As Ourselves Redcoat General Burgoyne (Laurence Olivier) warns aide Swindon (Harry Andrews) then doesn't quite meet preacher Anderson (Burt Lancaster), arrived too late to stop a hanging, in The Devil's Disciple, 1959, from the George Bernard Shaw play.
Devil's Disciple, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) The Child Isn't Past Saving At the wake for his father, hanged by the British, New Hampshire outlaw Richard Dudgeon (Kirk Douglas) tangles with his mother (Eva LaGalliene), preacher Anderson (Burt Lancaster) and wife Judith (Janette Scott) in the George Bernard Shaw Revolutionary War tale The Devil's Disciple, 1959.
Devil's Disciple, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Fame Without Ability Narration from George Bernard Shaw's play, and Revolutionary War stop-motion animation, leading to the first scene between General Burgoyne (Laurence Olivier), a historical figure and himself a playwright, and Swindon (Harry Andrews), in The Devil's Disciple, 1959, produced by and starring Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster.
Devil's Disciple, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) To Annoy The English From the Bernard Shaw play, worried Revolutionary War New Hampshire minister Anderson (Burt Lancaster) meets outlaw Dick Dudgeon (Kirk Douglas, Burt’s co-star and producing partner, his first scene), delivering the body of his hanged father, in The Devil’s Disciple, 1959.
Caesar and Cleopatra (1945) -- (Movie Clip) You're Bald! Julius Caesar (Claude Rains) dresses for battle with the aid of Brittanus (Cecil Parker) and Cleopatra (Vivien Leigh) in Caesar and Cleopatra, 1945.
Caesar and Cleopatra (1945) -- (Movie Clip) A Divine Child Julius Caesar (Claude Rains) discovers Cleopatra (Vivien Leigh) in the desert who, unaware of his identity, confides her fear of the Romans in Caesar and Cleopatra, 1945, Gabriel Pascal the director and producer, from the George Bernard Shaw play.
Doctor's Dilemma, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Surgeons Are The Worst Opening narration by Felix Aylmer, whom we’ll learn is London psychologist Sir Patrick Cullen, ruminating about medicine as he visits his suddenly famous friend Dr. Ridgeon (John Robinson), Anthony Asquith directing from the Bernard Shaw play, in The Doctor’s Dilemma, 1959.
Doctor's Dilemma, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) They Daren't Be Ill Dr. Colenso Ridgeon (John Robinson) with colleagues congratulating him on his knighthood, poor Blenkinsop (Michael Gwynn) joins prosperous Sir Ralph, Walpole and Sir Patrick (Robert Morley, Alastair Sim, Felix Aylmer), in The Doctor’s Dilemma, 1959, from the George Bernard Shaw play, starring Leslie Caron and Dirk Bogarde.
Doctor's Dilemma, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Intemperate, Disheveled, Dissolute Invited to dine by Ridgeon (John Robinson) and fellow doctors (Robert Morley, Alastair Sim et al) to assess his worthiness for a cure, consumptive artist Dubedat (Dirk Bogarde) and wife (Leslie Caron) appear to pass muster, in The Doctor’s Dilemma, 1958, from the Bernard Shaw play.
Doctor's Dilemma, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) I Loathe Money Producer and screenwriter Anatole de Grunwald adapts from George Bernard Shaw’s play, from doctors discussing one of their number’s proclaimed cure for consumption, to introduce top-billed Leslie Caron and Dirk Bogarde, as painter Dubedat and wife, in The Doctor’s Dilemma, 1959.
Great Catherine (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Hands Off You Swine! Brit captain Edstaston (Peter O'Toole, also co-producer), in Petersburg to brief the empress on the American revolution, meets apparently dissolute Prince Patiomkin (Zero Mostel) and niece (Marie Kean), Akim Tamiroff and Jack Hawkins in support, in the Bernard Shaw adaptation Great Catherine, 1968.