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10 Things You May Not Know About ‘The Sound of Music’

When Robert Wise’s film version of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s hit Broadway musical was released March 2, 1965, probably most of the participants were not dreaming of the kind of extraordinary staying power the movie has exhibited; they were just concerned that it make back its $8 million cost and keep the creditors from beleaguered 20th Century-Fox’s door. Star Julie Andrews was probably most worried that portraying another wholesome nanny after Mary Poppins would shackle her image and career. But the movie has persevered through re-releases and broadcast and home video and sing-alongs. Here are 10 facts about the classic movie musical:


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