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The Sound of Music (1965) is a UK VHS release by CBS/Fox Video on 6th July 1987 and it got re-released by CBS/Fox Video on 1st October 1990 and 31st October 1994. It got re-released on UK VHS again by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on 2nd December 1996 and 8th March 2004. It got re-released on UK DVD as a Special Edition by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on 9th April 2001, 8th March 2004, 28th November 2005, 12th November 2007, 8th November 2010, and 2nd March 2015. It also got released on UK Blu Ray as a 50th Anniversary Edition on 2nd March 2015.

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Best Actress Julie Andrews previously did her Oscar-winning performance as the irrepressible nanny in Walt Disney's 1964 musical film, Mary Poppins.

Description[]

Classic 1960s musical starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. Former nun Maria (Andrews) becomes the governess for a family of seven children who live in the shadow of their domineering and repressed widower father Captain Von Trapp (Plummer). Along with the required discipline Maria brings love, music and excitement into the children's lives and also eventually begins to have an effect on their father. But just when things are looking up, the rise of Nazism and the threat of the coming war darkens all their futures. The cast also includes Charmian Carr, Nicholas Hammond and Eleanor Parker.

Songs[]

  • Prelude/The Sound of Music (Medley)/Overture/Preludium
  • Morning Hymn/Alleluia (Medley)
  • How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?
  • I Have Confidence
  • Sixteen Going on Seventeen
  • My Favourite Things
  • Do-Re-Mi
  • The Sound of Music
  • The Lonely Goatherd
  • Edelweiss
  • So Long, Farewell
  • Entr'acte
  • Climb Ev'ry Mountain
  • Something Good
  • Processional and Maria (The Wedding)
  • Sixteen Going on Seventeen (Reprise)
  • Do-Re-Mi (Reprise)
  • Edelweiss (Reprise)
  • So Long, Farewell (Reprise)
  • Climb Ev'ry Mountain (Reprise, Finale)

Cast[]

  • Julie Andrews as Maria von Trapp
  • Christopher Plummer as Captain von Trapp
    • Bill Lee overdubbed Plummer's singing
  • Eleanor Parker as Baroness Elsa von Schraeder
  • Richard Haydn as Max Detweiler
  • Peggy Wood as the Mother Abbess
  • Charmian Carr as Liesl von Trapp
  • Nicholas Hammond as Friedrich von Trapp
  • Heather Menzies as Louisa von Trapp
  • Duane Chase as Kurt von Trapp
  • Angela Cartwright as Brigitta von Trapp
  • Debbie Turner as Marta von Trapp
  • Kym Karath as Gretl von Trapp
  • Anna Lee as Sister Margaretta
  • Portia Nelson as Sister Berthe
  • Ben Wright as Herr Zeller
  • Daniel Truhitte as Rolfe
  • Norma Varden as Frau Schmidt, housekeeper
  • Gil Stuart as Franz, servant
  • Marni Nixon as Sister Sophia
  • Ada Beth Lee as Sister Catherine (uncredited)
  • Doreen Tryden as Sister Agatha (uncredited)
  • Evadne Baker as Sister Bernice
  • Doris Lloyd as Baroness Ebberfeld

Credits[]

  • Directed by: Robert Wise
  • Produced by: Robert Wise
  • Associate Producer: Saul Chaplin
  • Screenplay by: Ernest Lehman
  • Production Designed by: Boris Leven
  • Director of Photography: Ted McCord, A.S.C.
  • Costumes Designed by: Dorothy Jeakins
  • Puppeteers: Bill Baird and Cora Baird
  • Vocal Supervision: Robert Tucker
  • Second Unit Supervision: Maurice Zuberano
  • Additional Photography: Paul Beeson, B.S.C.
  • Film Editor: William Reynolds, A.C.E.
  • Sound by: Murray Spivack and Bernard Freericks
  • Assistant Director: Ridgeway Callow
  • Unit Production Manager: Saul Wurtzel
  • Music Editor: Robert Mayer
  • Dialogue Coach: Pamela Danova
  • Set Decorations: Walter M. Scott, Ruby Levitt
  • Sound Recording Supervised by: Fred Hynes and James Corcoran
  • Special Photographic Effects: L.B. Abbott, A.S.C., Emil Kosa, Jr.
  • Hair Styles by: Margaret Donovan
  • Make-up by: Ben Nye
  • Aerial Views Photographed with an MCS-70 Camera
  • With the Partial Use of Ideas by: Georg Hurdalek
  • From the stage musical with music and lyrics by: Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
  • Based on the Book by: Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse
  • Originally Produced on the Stage by: Leland Hayward, Richard Halliday, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
  • Music by: Richard Rodgers
  • Lyrics by: Oscar Hammerstein II
  • Additional Words and Music by: Richard Rodgers
  • Music Supervised, Arranged and Conducted by: Irwin Kostal
  • Choreography by: Marc Breaux and Dee Dee Wood
  • Produced in: Todd-A0
  • Developed by: The American Optical Company and Magna
  • Colour by: De Luxe
  • Produced by Argyle Enterprises, Inc. and Released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation
  • Sound by: Westrex Recording System
  • MPDDA/MPAA Number: 20734
  • Copyright (c) MCMLXV by Argyle Enterprises, Inc., Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

Opening (TBA Release)[]

Closing (TBA Release)[]

Trailers and info[]

  1. The Rogers & Hammerstein Collection with clips of "Oklahoma!", "South Pacific", "State Fair", "The King and I", "Carousel" and "The Sound of Music".
  2. The Musical Classics Collection with clips of "Hello, Dolly!", "Stormy Weather", "Daddy Long Legs", "Can-Can", "Doctor Dolittle" and "My Fair Lady".

Gallery[]

Video clips[]

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VHS Opening and Closing to The Sound of Music Widescreen UK VHS Tape

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