Julie Andrews in a recording session for Camelot - Original Broadway Cast Recording 1960 | The Official Masterworks Broadway Site

Julie Andrews ~ rehearsal song for the live presentation of Oscar and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" that aired on CBS television in

Julie Andrews in Camelot on Broadway...this is where Walt Disney first saw her perform and asked her to star in Mary Poppins (at the time...she was about to go on maternity leave, so Mr. Disney postponed the shooting until after she had given birth so she could be in it.)

Lerner and Loewe's "Camelot" opens at the Majestic Theatre on December Julie plays Queen Guenevere, with two gorgeous guys by her side: Robert Goulet plays Lancelot, and Richard Burton (Mmmmm) plays King Arthur.

Julie Andrews -  She excelled as "The prodigy in pigtails who hit an F above high C at age 12!" She became the youngest performer to lead the Royal Variety show finale, and played many principle girl parts in countless pantomimes.

The nun with a switchblade: How Julie Andrews' bleak childhood made her ruthless... and the truth about her 'lesbian' clinch?

Julie Andrews. I don't know where to pin this, but I have to because Julie Andrews.

Julie Andrews one of the most classy ladies in Hollywood. List of favs: Sound of Music, Mary Poppins, princess diaries and many

Julie Andrews: the classiest, most elegant and beautiful woman inside and out. "The Sound of Music" is my favorite movie of all time and she is my singing inspiration. I adore her.

Actress Julie Andrews, best known for her roles in two movies, Mary Poppins and The Sound Of Music, was born on Oct. Which is your favorite Julie Andrews movie?

Julie Andrews  Practically perfect in every way... An amazingly beautiful and talented woman.

Julie Andrews (Dame Julie Elizabeth Andrews) (born in Walton-on-Thames (England) on October

The gorgeous Julie Andrews... Heavenly voice and cute quirkiness!

Photo (I Have Lived a Thousand Lives)

Dame Julie Andrews, winner of the Best Actress Oscar (Mary Poppins, Mary Poppins was her feature film debut. She received two other Oscar nominations for The Sound of Music and Victor Victoria

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Julie Andrews // "Sometimes oppurtunities float right past your nose. Work hard, apply yourself, and be ready. When an opportunity comes you can grab it.