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Opened in Theaters: Thursday, April 1st, 1965

Directed by Robert Wise

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The Sound of Music
Academy Award® Winner
A woman leaves an Austrian convent to work for a rigid man, taking care of his seven children.  View more >

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Starring Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, Eleanor Parker...  View more >

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[--- See Now! ---]by Scott Jentsch VIP MemberDec 19, 2006

A classic movie that should be seen by everyone. Those with large screens or seeing this in a theater will be rewarded immediately by the sweeping vistas in the opening sequence!

Highly recommended! 

[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberDec 13, 2007

Don't ask me how many times that I saw "the Sound of Music." I probaby saw at least 25-50 times! I may have klost count, but I never lose my love for this movie. Not only it's one of the best musicals every, but the best musical from Richard rogers and Oscar Hammerstein. The story is quite simplee. It's about the Von Trapp Family and how a nun, played by Julie andrews, has changed their lives. There are many memorable songs, I can't tell you which ones are my favorite, but they all my favorites. I like one song "Do, Re, Mi" which comes alive in one scene when the kids learned how to sing. You want to watch a great musical? How about "the Sound of Music?" sounds old fashioned, but you will love the movie. 




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