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On set: The Sound of Music, 1965. Miss Andrews getting doused for the rowboat scene-

Julie Andrews is doused with water before her confrontational scene with Christopher Plummer during location shooting in Austria for The Sound of Music

Behind the Scenes on The Sound of Music, 50 Years Later | MOM ON THE JOB | Andrews and daughter Emma Katherine Walton in between takes on set.

Sound of Music Movie, Behind the Scenes Photos

dame-julie: Julie Andrews and daughter Emma Katherine Walton in between takes on set of The Sound of Music

That's Peggy Wood sitting with Julie, and that's Julie's daughter Emma, who was with her in Salzburg the entire time they were filming. Look at the look on mom's face.

"The Sound of Music" Like You've Never Seen It Before! Rare Photos of Film Classic Come to Life - Julie Andrews with her daughter Emma and Peggy Wood (Mother Abbess)

Julie Andrews and Charmian Carr behind the scenes of "The Sound of Music"

What a funny expression! Julie Andrews and Charmian Carr behind the scenes of "The Sound of Music"

Julie & The Sound of Music

On the set of "The Sound of Music". Nonnberg Abbey in Salzburg, where the original (and movie) Maria lived before coming to the von Trapp family.

the sound of music behind the scenes

ORIGINAL: The Sound of Music a film about the singing Trapp- family,was directed by Robert Wise.It starred Julie Andrews as Maria Trapp,who leads her family out of Nazi-occupied Austria to a successful career as the Singing Trapp-Family.

"The Sound of Music" Film Wedding.  The frigid temperatures made filming this scene difficult for everyone involved.

"The Sound of Music" Film Wedding. The frigid temperatures made filming this scene difficult for everyone involved.

Diary of a Celluloid Girl: The Sound of Music: Songs and Nuns and Children, Oh My!

The Sound of Music (1965). Robert Wise Cinematography: Ted D. McCord Fuente Behind the Clapboard

Behind the Scenes on The Sound of Music: Plummer, shooting a scene with Eleanor Parker (the Baroness), recalls the actress "had great fun because she fell in love with the cameraman. I think their story is much more romantic than The Sound of Music.

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