George Bernard Shaw's
Plays on Film

"The ordinary man is an anarchist.
He wants to do as he likes.
He may want his neighbour to be governed,
but he himself doesn't want to be governed.
He is mortally afraid
of government officials and policemen."

Androcles and the Lion
Set in ancient Rome, this satire features bigger-than-life characters.

The Devil's Disciple
A comedy about the American Revolutionary War.

Major Barbara
A rich young woman joins the Salvation Army.

The Millionairess
The richest woman in the world can't have the one thing she really desires.

Pygmalion
Henry Higgins is determined to transform a flower girl into a lady of society.

Saint Joan
George Bernard Shaw at his finest.

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