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Shot on videotape *and* kinescope film. A kinescope clip can be seen in the 1988 documentary "Television" and a video clip can be seen in the "CBS at 75" anniversary special from 2003. See more »

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Chorus: [singing a parody of "Do-Re-Mi"] Many fools can go to school and learn the scale by rote.
Carol Burnett: We have found a ghastly sound for every single note!
Chorus: Ding dong!
Julie Andrews: That's what the bell says.
Chorus: Yum yum!
Julie Andrews: That's what we say when we're eating.
Chorus: Ho ho!
Julie Andrews: That's how Santa's laugh goes!
Chorus: [making kissing sounds] Mwah! Mwah!
Julie Andrews: That's our favorite form of greeting.
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Referenced in Password All-Stars: Carol Burnett vs. Darren McGavin (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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A great night of Entertainment
11 April 2004 | by (Orlando, Fl.) – See all my reviews

Would that there were entertainers like this today. I suppose there probably are but they just don`t get the chance to shine the way they used to. I`ve always been impressed by someone who could just stand at a microphone and sing with an orchestra without having to resort to walking the stage or gyrating uncontrollably like the performers we see today. Julie and Carol were (and are) just that. Of course they were helped by the great Mike Nichols direction and the orchestrations of the always wonderful Irwin Kostal(Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music, West Side Story). There is Comedy and music all through this special including a medley of the great standards of the fifties and sixties. If your lucky enough to get a chance to see it don`t let that chance go by.


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