Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall (1962)

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Herself / Maria von Trapp
Randy Doney ...
Dancer / Singer


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11 June 1962 (USA)  »

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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 »


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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Featured in Carol Burnett: The Special Years (1994) See more »


You're So London
Written by Mike Nichols and Ken Welch
Performed by Carol Burnett and Julie Andrews
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The Best Friends conquer Carnegie Hall with flying colors

Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett, are best friends, as it is very easy to tell from seeing this. As a pair they a simply hysterical, independantly they are ALSO hysterical. The songs are unforgettable and the wonderful way they sang the songs is worth a million dollars. My personal favorite is "Big D". (Talking about Dallas, Texas). it is amazingly funny because singing it is Texas-born Carol and British born Londoner Julie. It wil keep you laughing your head off as Julie tries to put on a Texas Drawl and ends up with sokmething in between Eliza-like Cockney (not surprising as Andrews starred in 'My Fair Lady' a few years before this was made) and Irish Gaelic. But you can tell that she is having tons of fun and that she KNOWS she's not mastering the Texas Drawl and she seems definately ok with that.

In Julie Andrews biography (the one by Robert Windeler) it tells of the hard work it took for Julie and Carol to get their show. I urge you are to read it- some very funny situations took place with those two troublemakers.

***The friendship (BEST friendship actually) between Julie Andrews & Carol Burnett allowed you to see that Julie is NOT Mary Poppins or Maria von Trapp and she's NOT stuck up, prim and boring. She's very wild and crazy, with a personality to die for. Overall, this is a great display of fantastic songs and a very strong friendship. I give it a perfect 10!

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