A History of the Best Picture Oscar Part III


The Sound of Music – 1966

Despite missing out on being cast on the silver screen as Eliza Doolittle, Julie Andrews would get her chance to become one of the most beloved musical leading ladies in Robert Wise’s smash hit musical drama.

Christopher Plummer admitted that he found Julie Andrews insufferable and annoying during filming, referring to her as Ms. Disney to other cast and crew. Later, he admitted to being immature in his feelings and that Andrews was a great actress who behaved like a true professional. The two are now good friends.


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