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Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall (1962)

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Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win. See more awards »

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In one sketch "The Sound of Music" is parodied three years before Julie Andrews starred in the movie version. (This clip is included on the 45th Anniversary Blu-Ray of the movie The Sound of Music (1965).) See more »

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Carol Burnett: Hey, Julie. Do you remember when we first worked together?
Julie Andrews: No.
Carol Burnett: Of course you do! It was on the Gary Moore Show.
Julie Andrews: No.
Carol Burnett: Don't you remember? We did that number about Texas?
Julie Andrews: No!
Carol Burnett: Well, do you remember how good you were?
Julie Andrews: Oh, yes!
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Referenced in I've Got a Secret: Episode dated 4 June 1962 (1962) See more »

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You're So London
Written by Mike Nichols and Ken Welch
Performed by Carol Burnett and Julie Andrews
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Looking for writer of "Meantime"
23 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

I had the pleasure of watching this at the Museum of Radio and Television this past weekend and my only regret is not writing down who the writer of the song "Meantime" (that Carol sings) is. I fell in love with it and would like to find the sheet music, if available. Any information would be greatly appreciated, Thanks! I loved the way Carol belted out this number - her voice was in top shape for the taping. I was also pleasantly surprised to be reminded of just how wonderful a dancer Julie is. You can't beat this pairing - especially on numbers like "A boy like that/I have a love" from West Side story. Combine Stephen Sondheim and Leonard Bernstein, then have Julie and Carol sing the heck out of it! It doesn't get much better than that!


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