Congratulations to Christopher Plummer!

This March, Plummer will be honored with a lifetime achievement award from the Canadian Screen Awards!

LIKE this photo of Christoper Plummer as 'Captain Georg von Trapp' in The Sound Of Music to celebrate! #SoundOfMusic #CdnScreen17
In 1966, The Sound Of Music won two Golden Globe Awards at the Golden Globes!

-Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
-Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy, Julie Andrews

LIKE this photo of Julie Andrews if the #SoundOfMusic is one of your favorite films! #GoldenGlobes
#FlashbackFriday to Julie Andrews on the set of The Sound Of Music in 1964 in Salzburg, Austria!

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is The Sound Of Music one of your favorite things?

Another classic Rodgers & Hammerstein movie musical - Carousel - returns to cinemas with Fathom Events on January 8th and 11th to celebrate its 60th Anniversary!

Watch the trailer for the #Carousel 60th Anniversary cinema event now and get your tickets here: fathomevents.com/event/carousel
So long and farewell to 2016! See you in the New Year! #SoundOfMusic #HappyNewYear
#HappyNewYear, #SoundOfMusic fans!

SHARE this graphic with your friends if "Sixteen Going On Seventeen" is your favorite song from The Sound Of Music! #16GoingOn17
So long and farewell to 2016! See you in the New Year! #SoundOfMusic #HappyNewYear
Did you know? Filming of the wedding scene in The Sound Of Music film took place at Mondsee Cathedral, which was located about a half-hour Northwest of Salzburg’s city center.

Director Robert Wise hired roughly 600 extras for the scene and tracked the camera - which was perpendicular to the procession - up the nave to the altar as the soundtrack boomed a counterpoint version of “Maria” on the...
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Today in 1979, Richard Rodgers passed away in New York City at the age of 77.

We remember Richard Rodgers...
In loving memory of Charmian Carr… #SoundOfMusic
How well do you know The Sound Of Music?

TRUE or FALSE: The song 'Edelweiss' was written to showcase the beautiful singing voice of the actor playing Captain von Trapp (Christopher Plummer) in the film version of the #SoundOfMusic.

SHARE your answer in the comments below after you watch 'Edelweiss' from the film version of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical!
Did you know? As soon as Julie Andrews was cast in the film version of The Sound Of Music, attention turned to who would play her Captain von Trapp.

Executives at 20th Century Fox were eager for Bing Crosby and the filmmakers thought about Sean Connery, Rex Harrison and Yul Brynner – known for his role in Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I.

The part eventually went to Christopher...
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"What's that they're playing?" "It's the Laendler. It's an Austrian folk dance." #SoundOfMusic

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"High on a hill was a lonely goatherd, Layee odl, layee odl layee oo, Loud was the voice of the lonely goatherd, Layee old layee odl oo."

-'The Lonely Goatherd' from The Sound Of Music #SoundOfMusic
#MerryChristmas from The Sound Of Music!

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Happy Holidays, #SoundOfMusic fans!

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Happy Holidays, #SoundOfMusic fans!

SHARE this holiday card with your friends and family if you love The Sound Of Music starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer!
So long and farewell, West Coast!

Thanks for watching the The Sound Of Music with us on the ABC Television Network! #SoundOfMusic
So long and farewell, East Coast!

Thanks for watching the The Sound Of Music with us on the ABC Television Network! #SoundOfMusic