U.S, 1965, 174 min, Dir. Robert Wise, Rated G; 20th Century Fox
"The Sound of Music turns 50 this year, as popular as ever, a bedrock memory of untold millions of childhoods." - Lawrence Downes, The New York Times
Julie Andrews’ breakout role as Maria, a woman who leaves a convent and becomes a governess in Robert Wise’s heartfelt musical The Sound of Music, plays at the Gables Cinema on Saturday & Sunday, December 12 and 13 at 11:00 am as part of our children and family program Family Day on Aragon. Set in the 1930s in Salzburg, Austria, The Sound of Music tells the story of Maria (Julie Andrews) who successfully becomes a governess to disorderly children of Naval officer Captain Von Trapp (Christopher Plummer) by showing them kindness, love, and music in a changing world. The film was scored by the illustrious Rodgers and Hammerstein who are known for musicals such as South Pacific and The King and I, giving generations songs like “My Favorite Things” ,“Edelweiss”, & “Do-Re-Mi.” This film is appropriate for ages 6 and up.
Culturally rich, inexpensive family fun featuring beloved classics and new favorites for all to enjoy. Hosted on the second Saturday & Sunday of every month. Tickets are free for children 12 & under and pay what you can for everyone else. All tickets include a free small popcorn and soda. Suggested price per pay what you can ticket is $5 per person. In partnership with Books & Books and Coral Gables Museum.
If you or your company are interested in sponsoring a film program, please contact Javier Chavez at 786-472-2249 or email to discuss opportunities and benefits.