Perfect print for music lovers! ---- -Print available in three sizes: 5"x7", 8"x10", and 11"x14" -High quality print on heavy weight matte photo paper. -Prints are packaged in a clear cello sleeve and shipped in a 100% recycled rigid mailer. -Ships within 1-3 business days This listing is for the print only. Frame not included. Watermark will not be included on print. Buy any two 8"x10" prints from my shop and save $5: https://www.etsy.com/listing/227099145/discounted-set-choose-any-two-8x10?ref=shop_home_active_1 (Does not apply to wholesale) Images Shannon Slocum 2016


 

This is a great shot I've never seen. This is them dancing around the fountain in Mirabell Palace with them all in the air. This is that great scene in 'Do Re Mi' where they dance around the fountain and then come forward. That's really cool. - Ted Chapin


 

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Julie Andrews in costume // The Sound of Music (1965)


 

How Could I Not Love Julie Andrews?!

Behind the scenes - The Sound of Music directed by Robert Wise (1965)


 

'The Hills are Alive' - The Sound of Music

The Hills are Alive....I may of may not have dreams of reenacting the opening scene of The Sound of Music should I ever find a suitable meadow <3


 

The Sound of Music (1965) - IMDb

A woman leaves an Austrian convent to become a governess to the children of a Naval officer widower.


 

This Is What Happened To The Original 'Sound Of Music' Cast

Forty-eight years after the original "Sound Of Music" hit the big screen, Carrie Underwood and Stephen Moyer are getting ready to step into some pretty e...


 

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Gretl und Liesl. behind the scenes of Sound of Music :) (FYI it's the original, the good one.)


 

Behind the Scenes on The Sound of Music, 55 Years Later

The iconic musical hits a milestone this year, but memories of the movie seem much less than a half-century away. Here, take a look back at some special moments from the film with stars Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer


 

The Sound Of Music stars Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer reunite

Julie Andrews, 79, and Christopher Plummer, 85, reunited on Thursday for a 50th anniversary screening of their hit film The Sound Of Music.


 

The Sound of Music Musical Movie Poster Print Music Poster The Sound of Music Julie Andrews Rodgers 4 Sizes

The Sound of Music Musical Movie Poster Print Music Poster The Sound of Music Julie Andrews Rodgers


 

The Sound of Music Gazebo | Amish Country Gazebos #thesoundofmusic The Sound of Music Gazebo was the focal point of some of the most memorable movies scenes in history...


 

How Well Do You Remember The Sound Of Music?

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'Sound of Music' actress Charmian Carr dies, played Liesl

The actress was 73.


 

The Sound of Music, (1965) ~ This is the scene when Maria first enters the Von Trapp family mansion.


 

The Sound of Music (1965)

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens, brown paper packages tied up with strings, these are a few of my favorite things - The Sound of Music (1965)


 

18 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About 'The Sound of Music'

18 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About 'The Sound of Music'


 

Loco Motive: Handmade Cards and Party Scaping: 16, Going on 17: Sound of Music Party: Tag for party favor bags. So long, farewell,...


 

The Sound of Music Maria teaching the von Trapp children to sing.


 

Why 'Sound of Music’ is one of our favorite things

Most of the audience who saw it in its first release have gone on to that Edelweiss in the sky, but their ranks have been replenished by more fans, who see the movie on DVD, go to the revivals and sing-alongs and, in some cases, even travel to Austria for “The Sound of Music” tour. The Guinness Book of World Records lists a woman from Wales as having seen the movie 940 times — on the big screen. (That’s the equivalent of about 90 days of nonstop viewing.) But the appeal of “The Sound of Music” goes beyond the circle of a few passionate fanatics. Adjusted for inflation, it’s had the third-biggest box office of all time, behind “Gone With the Wind” and “Star Wars.” Production of the film began on Monday, Feb. 10, 1964, with dance and singing rehearsals. The Sound of Music” comes at the end of an age of colorful musical extravaganzas that began a decade and a half before, with films such as “An American in Paris. [...] movies had changed, with breakthroughs such as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” (1966), “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967) and “Midnight Cowboy” (1969). During its creation, Jack Ruby was sentenced for the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, three civil rights workers were killed in Mississippi, and several cities saw some of the first Vietnam War protests. Five days after the film was released, live cameras showed voting-rights marchers in Selma, Ala., being beaten by police. Most obviously, it contains one of the greatest beginnings in history, a kind of alpine translation of the opening to the film version of “West Side Story” four years earlier. Writer Ernest Lehman and director Robert Wise began that film with an omniscient camera moving over New York City, finally settling on an urban playground and zooming in on the Jets in their native habitat. [...] the omniscient camera seems godlike, moving through some of the world’s most beautiful scenery — mountains, trees and forests — before finally settling on a small figure in the distance. In these moments, we recognize her as the embodiment of pure goodness — not to be confused with boring ignorance, or Pollyannaish denial. [...] I’m not really sure that tea is a “drink with jam and bread,” even if “alternative to coffee” doesn’t rhyme with anything. [...] there is an evil lurking that’s as pure and complete in its depth and cruelty as Maria is good — not a witch or a wicked stepmother in this case, but the Nazis.


 

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Hermione Granger, Violet Crawley, Peter Pevensie, Captain von Trapp, and more amazing fictional ESTJ characters in books + film!


 

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When i walk on a sidepath... That song still somehow ends up in my head


 

' The Sound of Music a film ,1964.' Photographic Print - Erich Lessing | Art.com

Photographic Print: The Sound of Music a film ,1964. by Erich Lessing : 12x8in


 

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The Sound of Music Poster

The Sound of Music Poster - Movie Fanatic


 

Do Re Mi, an Illustrated Song

Do Re Mi, a fun song to sing and learn a little about music, too


 

'The Sound of Music:' The Story Behind Its 4K Restoration

The restored version will open the TCM Classic Film Festival with a special screening of the film, which will be attended by Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.


 

18 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About 'The Sound of Music'

18 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About 'The Sound of Music'