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‘My Fair Lady’: Why Wasn’t Julie Andrews In The Film?

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By Lorraine Dusky on Aug 11, 2016
The original Broadway production of “My Fair Lady” in 1956 starred Julie Andrews, a frequent visitor to the Hamptons and the mother of one of the founders of Bay Street... more

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