#9. My Fair Lady – 1964
(#8 on the AFI list)
My one memory from a childhood viewing of My Fair Lady is Audrey Hepburn’s Eliza Doolittle, newly refined, slipping in to her former dialect at a horse race and shouting “Move yer bloomin’ arse!” to the horror of the upscale crowd around her.
That is indeed a standout moment in a movie that is filled with good humor, great songs, and delightful performances by the entire ensemble cast.