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Synopsis

In this classic musical, a nervous novice named Maria (Julie Andrews) agrees to act as a governess for the von Trapp family before taking her vows. But instead of becoming a nun, the impetuous and passionate young woman finds a new vocation where she will need the sound of music to help her climb every mountain until she finds her dream.

MPAA Rating G
Theatrical Release March 29, 1969
Director Robert Wise
Cast Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer
Run Time 177
2000 Twentieth Century Fox

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