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Such a beautiful classic! Watched it a million times growing up and its just... watch it if you haven't, thats all I can say.
The mightupload.com is not the 1965 version :/ why put it on here if it is not the correct one?

,haha . Wonderful contribution, thanks

awesome. i love julie andrews...thanks for this movie

awesome. i love julie andrews...thanks for this movie

The Hills are alive with the sound of music !

incredible.

i have watched this film so many times over the years and still love it , its fantastic to watch and enjoy a movie and sing along.

i think this could be the film that i have seen the most times , as i have been watching it since i can remember.


Julie Andrews is amazing
The sound of music is the best musical film ever made. The story is outstanding, the song wonderful and the acting amazing. This film is not all fluff as many other may think it is. The film does take a dark turn during the last half. This is a film that will never be forgotten.
Where: DVD
Genres: Musical & Performing Arts, Musicals, Classic, Family Interaction, Musical, Romance, True Story, Recommended, Clergy, Family Film, Essential Cinema

One line review: I can't believe this is my first time watching the whole thing.

I picked up the soundtrack on a lark about a year ago from the library and quite enjoyed it. I figured with that "sing-a-long sound of music" craze it had to be good and I was right. I was pretty sure I'd seen the film when I was a kid but I guess I was wrong. It's so much better when you have an authentic half-german singing along with all the songs beside you.

TomatoMeter: 90% People: 89% Average: 89%
(Rotten Tomatoes) (IMDB)

Cast:
Star Julie Andrews (Victor/Victoria - 100%, S.O.B. - 100%, Thoroughly Modern Millie - 100%, The Americanization of Emily - 100%, Mary Poppins - 100%)
Star Christopher Plummer (The Insider - 95%, 12 Monkeys - 86%)
Director Robert Wise (West Side Story - 93%, I Want to Live - 100%, Day the Earth Stood Still - 91%, Curse of the Cat People - 100%, The Magnificent Ambersons - 93%)
Writer Ernest Lehman (Sweet Smell of Success - 100%)
Composer Richard Rodgers (South Pacific - 80%, King and I - 100%, Oklahoma - 100%, Hallelujah, I'm a Bum - 100%)
Composer Irwin Kostal (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - 57%, Mary Poppins - 100%)

Awards:
Oscar Best Director: Robert Wise
Oscar Best Film Editing: William Reynolds
Oscar Best Music, Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment: Irwin Kostal
Oscar Best Picture: Robert Wise
Oscar Best Sound: James Corcoran
Golden Globe Best Motion Picture Actress - Musical/Comedy: Julie Andrews
IT IS CERTAINLY A WELL LOVED MOVIE. SINCE I AM NOT MUCH OF A MUSICAL FAN, MY RATING MAY BE A BIT LOWER THAN MOST, BUT AS MUSICALS GO IT'S NOT BAD. THE STORY IS INDEED A GOOD ONE. ANDREWS IS FINE. OVER SENTIMENTAL AT TIMES, OVERLONG. FINELY PRODUCED. GOOD SCORE.
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