Will The Sound of Music be on TV in 2021?

When is The Sound of Music on TV? The Sound of Music is on ABC on Sunday, Dec. 19, 2021 at 7 p.m. ET. Throughout the broadcast be sure to follow along with The Sound of Music’s Twitter (@SoundofMusic) and Instagram (@SoundofMusic) accounts for trivia and fun facts.

Where can we watch The Sound of Music?

Disney Plus
The Sound of Music, a musical movie starring Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, and Eleanor Parker is available to stream now. Watch it on Disney Plus, ROW8, Prime Video, Redbox., VUDU, Vudu Movie & TV Store or Apple TV on your Roku device.

Where can I see The Sound of Music for free?

‘The Sound of Music’ will stream on Youtube for free.

How old was Julie Andrews in Sound of Music?

86 years (October 1, 1935)Julie Andrews / Age
The musical adaptation called for a versatile young actress who was also an accomplished singer. Although a number of established stars coveted the part, Lerner, Loewe and director Moss Hart decided to take a chance on the 20-year-old Julie Andrews, who had never before acted in such a demanding role.

Does Amazon Prime have sound of music?

Watch The Sound of Music | Prime Video.

Can I watch Sound of Music on Netflix?

CAN I WATCH THE SOUND OF MUSIC ON NETFLIX OR HULU? Sorry, Netflix and Hulu customers — The Sound of Music is not currently streaming on either service.

Is Sound of Music on Disney?

Since Disney acquired 20th Century Fox, independent theatre operators say classic Fox movies like The Sound of Music and Home Alone are no longer available to show in theatres.

Is The Sound of Music on Disney?

Who owns the rights to The Sound of Music movie?

20th Century Fox
The Sound of Music (film)

The Sound of Music
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date March 2, 1965 (United States)
Running time 174 minutes
Country United States

What ruined Julie Andrews voice?

Julie Andrews on losing her voice after an operation: ‘I went into a depression’ After having vocal surgery to remove ‘nodules’, Julie Andrews was left with permanent damage that destroyed her four-octave soprano voice.