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What Makeover Movies Teach Us About Being Cool

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12. 'My Fair Lady'
Cool Is: Dropping your Cockney accent

Audrey Hepburn played the cockney waif Eliza Doolittle who transforms into a well-mannered English woman at the hands of Professor Henry Higgins, who believed that a person's voice and intonation has everything to do with determining your place in society. After a few elocution lessons from the professor, Eliza impresses with her impeccable upper class accent, and passes off as nobility with ease.