Tony gets a breakfast treat on his first college day, but is too eager for learning too risking being late. Professor Darnell's course public speaking proves quite a challenge, as Tony's Brooklyn accent, vocabulary and grammar constitute the perfect example how never to speak. Despite the merciless humiliation and doubts if posh speech won't harm his relationships or even undermine his personality, Tony toughs it out. His progress and zeal in class impress Darnell enough to be invited to a speeches night on Churchill. Written by
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The title is based on the the musical "My Fair Lady" which opened at the Mark Hellinger Theater in New York on March 15, 1956, and ran for 2717 performances, which was, at the time, the longest run a Broadway show had ever had. The show won the 1957 Tony Award (New York City) for the Best Musical. See more
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