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Old 08-07-2006, 05:53 PM   #46
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Old 08-07-2006, 11:01 PM   #47
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I find the Sound of Music more intruiging for its political/historical plot. Running away from Nazis...very exciting! And it's a true story, making it more exciting.
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I find the Sound of Music more intruiging for its political/historical plot. Running away from Nazis...very exciting! And it's a true story, making it more exciting.


I LOVE this movie!! I love everything about the way Christopher Plummer played von Trapp. Honestly I could give or take Julie Andrews, but Plummer made the movie what it is, IMO. I read that Walter Matthau was first pick, but he laughed at the script and said it would never catch on. My mom and I are such SOM nerds! We read all these books about "the making of", including about Charmain Carr's younger sister who does vocals and even though was not cast as a child, still makes as much in royalties as the rest of them. We have such love for this movie, mom and I considered using the bridal processional from the movie in my wedding (the variation on How Do You Solve a Problem).

Salzburg has always been on my Top 10 to Visit list
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I've never seen any of the Lord of the Rings OR the Star Wars franchises, and I'm quite proud of this.
Same with me and add the Harry Potter movies to the list for me too
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Christopher Plummer is so dreamy as Captain Von Trapp!

But you could give or take Julie Andrews? Again with making the Baby Jesus cry! :cry:
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I LOVE this movie!! I love everything about the way Christopher Plummer played von Trapp. Honestly I could give or take Julie Andrews, but Plummer made the movie what it is, IMO. I read that Walter Matthau was first pick, but he laughed at the script and said it would never catch on. My mom and I are such SOM nerds! We read all these books about "the making of", including about Charmain Carr's younger sister who does vocals and even though was not cast as a child, still makes as much in royalties as the rest of them. We have such love for this movie, mom and I considered using the bridal processional from the movie in my wedding (the variation on How Do You Solve a Problem).

Salzburg has always been on my Top 10 to Visit list
My mum is a MASSIVE SOM fan, and when we did a trip of Europe we of COURSE had to go to Salzburg and go on the Sound of Music tour. Nothing will top a bus full of 50 45+ women singing at the top of their lungs to the music as we crested on of the mountain passes 'the hiiiiiiiiiiiills are aliiiiiiiiiive with the souuuund of music' If you like I can show you some photos of the house, the church where they get married and the rotunda where Lisel sings her 'i am 16 going on 17'

It was an awesome trip!

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Christopher Plummer is so dreamy as Captain Von Trapp!
Glad I'm not alone in this!


I'm also glad I'm not the only SOM nerd under 30
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