ELIZA: I shall not feel alone without you, I can stand on my own without you. So go back in your shell, I can do bloody well without…
PROFESSOR HIGGINS: By George, I really did it, I did it, I did it! I said I’d make a woman and indeed, I did. I knew that I could do it, I knew it, I knew it! I said I’d make a woman and succeed, I did!
PROFESSOR HIGGINS: Eliza, you’re magnificent. Five minutes ago, you were a millstone around my neck, and now you’re a tower of strength, a consort battleship. I like you this way.
ELIZA: Goodbye, Professor Higgins. You shall not be seeing me again.
George Cukor, My Fair Lady (1964), dal musical di Loewe e Lerner, con Audrey Hepburn (canta Julie Andrews in playback)