- Actors: Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison, Stanley Holloway, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Gladys Cooper
- Directors: George Cukor
- Producers: Jack L. Warner
- Format: Digital, Dolby, DVD Region
- Language: English
- Subtitles: English
- Region: Region 2, Region 4 (Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: U/A (Parental Guidance)
- Studio: Paramount Pictures. | Excel Home Videos
- Run Time: 166.00 minutes
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- ASIN: B07DV9TSGY
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,324 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
My Fair Lady
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This 50th anniversary Blu-ray restoration makes you understand why this movie is a classic. The colorful sets, the amazing costumes, and the chemistry among the principal actors make this disc worth owning. Given how limited the distribution of My Fair Lady has been in digital form, it's likely no one has seen this movie in such high-resolution and color-rich quality since its theatrical release more than 50 years ago. Rex Harrison has never looked better.
The one downside to this disc though is that it has been encoded with the latest audio and video technologies, which requires varying amounts of work on behalf of your TV audio and video processors. For my home theater system (Sony PS4 playing the Blu-ray connected to a Sony STR-1060 receiver feeding a recent LG OLED monitor), this resulted in the audio playing ahead of the video by almost 1/10th of a second. If you are intensely watching Audrey Hepburn slowly learning how to speak the Queen's English, it can be very distracting to hear "The rain in Spain falls mainly in the plain" before her lips actuallys show it. And while there are some scenes where you can simply chalk this up to bad actor lip-syncing (both Audrey Hepburn's and her father's songs were dubbed, in Hepburn's case by the famous Marnie Nixon), I finally concluded that this was a technical issue, not an artistic one.
This problem is resolvable however on most systems. On my system, it was located in the Sony STR-1060 audio menu under the menu item "A/V Sync". By raising the A/V sync level from 0 to 70ms, the audio came right into sync with the video again. In some systems you'll find this menu item on the blu-ray player or on your sound bar instead, and sometimes you'll see the menu tagged as "Lip Sync" or "Audio Sync" instead.
Should your system not have one of those audio delay settings, you still may be able to solve the syncing problem by speeding up your video processing of the HDMI signal. Many modern TVs have a "Game" setting which drastically speeds up the video processing in exchange for a somewhat more raw video display (this is to avoid video game lag which can be fatal to your gaming character). Try that as a last resort to get the audio and video to sync up as one.
Once we solved the audio syncing issue, my wife and I very much enjoyed seeing this classic again in the way it was meant to be enjoyed. Should you encounter the same issue, try adjusting your audio delay before thinking you need to return the disc.
Recently I thought that I would go on Amazon Prime, buy the movie and be able to stream whenever I wanted. However, this movie is not available for streaming ANYWHERE that I looked.
When I learned that the 50th Anniversary edition was out on Blu Ray, I almost ran to Amazon to get my copy. Until I can get it streaming somewhere, this is the next best thing.
It was thanks to that English teacher, hooking me on this movie, that made me begin watching other older movies (such as Singing In the Rain.) If only I could recall that teacher's name, I would look her up and send her a big thank you letter!