Sing-A-Long Sound Of Music

Genre:  Musical, Other
Release Date: January 1, 2001 - Original release 1965

Current rating: Rating: 4.51
based on 97 votes and 3 reviews
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Cast: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, Eleanor Parker, Richard Haydn, Peggy Wood


The beloved classic The Sound of Music returns to the big screen, with one big difference - viewers are encouraged to get into the spirit of the movie by dressing up like their favorite character and singing their hearts out to all of those unforgettable tunes (like Edelweiss, Do-Re-Mi, Favorite Things).

A host will lead the audience through a vocal warmup, demonstrate the use of an interactive pack, judge a costume competition and give a comprehensive guide to the accompanying actions and heckling (like hissing at the Baroness, or booing at the Nazis).

Director: Robert Wise
Producer(s): Robert Wise
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  • 5 stars "Sound of Music Sing-A-Long scheduled for 6:30 Didn't start until after 7PM because of junk shorts some suggestive and the audience consisted of parents children, babies and grandmothers. The idea was great but went past 10PM when we had to leave as there was school next day. There were a few hopeful entertainers in the audience who sang full volume and greatfully left early on. The sound of adults and children singing the entire soundtrack was delightful, however the junk that preceeded was disgusting.There was something about a priest and a little boy that really turned me off. I would think a long time about attending again. The adult men and we silent women had a pretty good idea it was n"
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