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George Bernard Shaw had And she lived happily ever after poster to wage an uphill struggle against audiences, as well as some critics, persistently demanding that his “Pygmalion” have a happy ending, i.e. that Professor Higgins and Eliza Doolitle would ultimately marry. To Shaw’s great chagrin, Herbert Beerbohm Tree who presented the play in London’s West End in 1914 had sweetened the ending and told Shaw: “My ending makes money; you ought to be grateful. Your ending is damnable; you ought to be shot.The irritated Shaw added a postscript essay, “‘What Happened Afterwards”, to the 1916 print edition, for inclusion with subsequent editions, in which he explained precisely why in his view it was impossible for the story to end with Higgins and Eliza marrying. Nevertheless, audiences continued wanting a happy ending also for later adaptations such as the musical and film “My Fair Lady”

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The Octoroon, a 1859 anti-slavery And she lived happily ever after poster play by Dion Boucicault, focuses on the tragic love between the white George Peyton and the Octoroon girl Zoe. Her one-eighth Black ancestry is enough to prevent their marrying. In the American society of the time, it would have been unacceptable to present a play ending with a mixed-race couple consummating their love. Rather, the play ends with Zoe taking poison and dying, the grief-stricken George at her side. However, when the play was performed in England, where prejudice was less strong, it was given a happy ending, culminating with the young lovers happily getting together against all odds

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