Bernard Shaw's The Millionairess

Bernard Shaw's The Millionairess

DVD - 2006
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Epifania is glamorous, clever...and also the richest woman in the world. But she faces the challenge her money-mad father imposed on her before his death: she can only marry a man who can convert 150 pounds into 50,000 pounds within six months.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2006]
ISBN: 9781419830419
Branch Call Number: DVD 822.912 MIL
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 100 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in


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Sep 11, 2017

A zany comedy that had me laughing in the beginning, middle, and end.
The bonus play is a bit too didactic to enjoy as a play, but one must remember that it got staged and eventually published too... that fact could give anyone encouragement to write one of their own.

May 26, 2016

I would just agree with the comments by "hania4987" below.

Dec 18, 2013

I'm not even going to rate this as it was just too stupid to rate! Unbelievable that Smith would do something as drole and unentertaining as this play. Definitely would have to be british to get the humor on this overacting and badly written farce as they have a very dull, dry sense of what is humorous. What is the british facination with the royalty and the rich that they have to portray them in just about EVERYTHING they do? Talk about your boorish society with money and no real values and as stupid as a sack of beans! This one is for the rubbish pile!

hania4987 Aug 16, 2013

wonderful adaptation of a Shavian farce. For Dr Who fans, see Tom Baker as the Egyptian doctor. Great quote: " ... why is it that the people who know how to enjoy themselves never have any money and the people who have money never know how to enjoy themselves?" The disc also features "The Apple Cart" with Helen Mirren. This is a fascinating cynical view of the politics of monarchy and democracy, nationalism, trade unions and corporatism; and, of course, society and marriage. Not to mention Brits views of America. In the first part, Magnus delivers a monologue about the responsibility of democracy and "the tyranny of popular ignorance and popular poverty".

Jul 09, 2013

5 Stars
Maggie Smith is first Rate....Smart and Witty drama

Jul 08, 2010

too dry, stuffy and slow moving for my interests

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