‘The Sound of Music’ Kicks Off 50th Anniversary With Screenings of Restored Version

'The Sound of Music' Returns to

The Sound of Music,” which earned five Academy awards in its 1965 debut, is returning to the bigscreen to celebrate its half century legacy.

“The Sound of Music” will show at the Turner Classic Movies Classic Film Festival on March 26, with Robert Osborne hosting a Q&A with Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.

Twentieth Century Fox has a yearlong global campaign in place for the film’s golden anniversary, including a home entertainment release beginning March 10.

A restored version of the film will also be shown in more than 500 theaters across the U.S. on April 19 and 22.

In addition to the restored film, the five-disc collector’s edition set has 13 hours of additional content, including a new documentary, “The Sound of a City: Julie Andrews Returns to Salzburg” on DVD, Blu-Ray and Digital HD.

Four new books and a themed Princess Cruise will also help celebrate the classic’s anniversary.

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  1. walterquinnhall says:

    I need a reminder so i won’t forget and miss it.

  2. godzmyrefuge says:

    HURRAYYYYY!!!! Can’t wait. 😊

  3. walterquinnhall says:

    My favourite musical movie always.

  4. Waldemar Lopes says:

    The great, multitalented and forever beautiful Julie Andrews is magnificent in this masterpiece! The Sound of Music and its wonderful star have brought the world such joy. What an amazing achievement by Robert Wise – 5 Oscars, including best picture! Time has shown that it much deserved each one of them. New generations are in awe of Julie Andrews beauty, energy, extraordinary voice and acting. Surely Julie is a treasure, and definitely,along with The Sound of Music, one of our favorite things;

  5. Charles says:

    I’ll pay to see it.

  6. The Memetrix says:

    Reblogged this on The Memetrix.

  7. Mario Menen says:

    One of the most beloved films of all time….timeless and a truly classic…..50 years wow…..a movie for all generations….and a truly legacy that Hollywood can really make movies

  8. Dody says:

    My favourite movie of all time ! I have seen this movie 23 times in French English and Persian
    And I owened this movie from Super 8 , Betamax , VHS , LD ( laser disc ) Dvd , blue ray the script , special order picture from 20 th century
    On word I Love it

  9. One of my favorite movies of all time :)

  10. Sal U. Lloyd says:

    Looking forward to this.

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