JULIE ANDREWS ONLINE

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JULIE-PEDIA

 

FILMOGRAPHY

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RADIO AND VOICE WORK

THEATRE

DISCOGRAPHY

BIBLIOGRAPHY

PERSONAL APPEARANCES

 

A huge thank you to Ernesto Tomasini for his information and his organizational skills - without him we wouldn't have these pages .. and thank you to all the fans of Ms. Andrews who contributed information!!


Personal Appearances


--- Lectures, Readings and Live “Interview-Style” Retrospective Shows---

++ The Guardian Lecture''. National Flm Theatre, London - April 6, 1986
++ United Nations Day'' Los Angeles, CA (Julie was chairperson) - October 24, 1992
++ The National Press Club'' (Andrews was named goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Development Fund for Women - UNIFEM) - December 11, 1992
++ ''Smart Talk Women's Lectures'' (some billed as An Evening with Julie Andrews''). Indianapolis - November 13, 1999 (then in 2000: Vancouver B.C. (Canada, Orpheum Theatre, May 2); Cincinnati, Kansas City, Milwakee, Minneapolis. 2001: Atlanta (Woodland Arts Center, May 15), Columbus (Ohio Theatre, May 16). 2002: Louisville, New Brunswick, Westchester, Wilmington. 2005: Baltimore (Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, June 6). 2007 Des Moines (Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, June 4).
++ The Dudley Moore Research Fund'' launched by the Virgin Healthcare Foundation (Dudley Moore and Julie Andrews perform narrative works with music). Bellevue Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia - November 18, 1999
++ Women's Convention''. Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, Indiana - November 13, 1999
++ Julie Andrews: The Sound of Triumph''. Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, B.C. (Canada) - May 2, 2000
++ Unique Lives and Experiences''. Houston, TX - May 8, 2000
++ "Read To Grow" (fundraiser). Branford, Connecticut - November 27, 2000
++ Julie Andrews: The Sound of Triumph''. Woodland Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia - May 15, 2001
++ A Conversation with Julie Andrews''. Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor, New York - November 10, 2001
++ Julie Andrews appeared at a press conference at Sardi’s, talking about a new affiliation with doctors from Massachusetts General Hospital and MIT. The project involved vocal restoration worldwide - June 13, 2002
++ ''National Book Festival Gala''. Library of Congress - October 3, 2003
++ The Leader's for Literacy Luncheon''. The Grand Ballroom at the Hilton Chicago and Tower, Chicago, Illinois - June 7, 2004
++ The Academy of Achievement summit'' (“Legend of Stage & Screen Award''). Chicago, Illinois - June 2004
++ ''The Brilliant Lecture Series''. Hobby Center, Sarofim Hall, Houston, Texas - December 3, 2007
++ ''LA Festival of Books'', April 27, 2008
++ ''BookExpo America 2009'' (also book signing with daughter Emma) Javits Center in New York City - May 29, 2009
++ A Celebration of Poetry for the Whole Family'' (a reading with Julie and daughter). Avram Theater, Stony Brook Southampton, Southampton, NY - July 11, 2009
++ An Evening with Julie Andrews'' (she talks about her television career). The Paley Centre For Media, New York - October 5, 2009
++ Tivoli Theatre at Downers Grove, Chicago, IL - October 17, 2009
++ NCTE Annual Convention''. Philadelphia, PA - November 20, 2009
++ 'Julie Andrews in conversation with Ted Chapin, president of Rogers & Hammerstein'', for the launch of ''Little Bo in Italy'' (also book sining), Barnes and Noble, New York, NY 10007 - November 10, 2010
++ Lecture to students of Perpich Center for Arts Education, Minnesota - May 12, 2011
++ Julie at LA Times Festival of Books – April 22, 2012
++ Lecture with Emma at the Chautauqua Institution, NY – June 29, 2012
++ Middlesex Chamber Special Luncheon Event Featuring Julie Andrews at Crowne Plaza Cromwell, Connecticut – November 12, 2012
++ SCBWI Winter Conference (Julie and Emma will deliver a keynote speech). Grand Hyatt Hotel, New York, NY – Feb 3, 2013
++ CU Boulder Commencement address to the University of Colorado's Class of 2013. Folsom Field, Colorado – May 10, 2013
++ ‘’An Evening with Julie Andrews’’, tour of Australia and New Zealand: Concert Hall QPAC, Brisbane (May 18); Riverside Theatre, Perth (May 21); State Theatre, Sydney (May 24 and 25); Festival Theatre, Adelaide (May 28); Hamer Hall, Melbourne (May 31); The Civic, Auckland (June 5), 2013
++ "An Evening with Julie Andrews’’, tour of England: National Indoor Arena, Birmingham (May 24); Echo Arena, Liverpool (May 27); Hammersmith Apollo, London (May 30 and 31); Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth (June 1), 2014

 



--- Book Signings ---

++ Barnes & Nobel Lincoln Center (NY); signing of 'Little Bo' - October 11, 1999
++ National Book Festival at National Mall in Washington, DC; with John Bucchino (Julie presents, reads and signs books) - October 4, 2003
++ Waterstone's department at Harrods in London; signing of 'Simeon's Gift' - November 30, 2005.
++ Waterstone's, Oxford Street London; signing of 'The Great American Mousical' - October 28, 2006
++ WH Smiths, Milton Keynes and Brent Cross, London - October 29, 2006
++ Macy's store in Philadelphia, PA; sining of 'Home' - 2008
++''Book Expo of America'' - May 29, 2009
++''Fridays at Five'' at Hampton Library, Bridgehampton, NY; signing of 'Julie Andrews’ Collection of Poems, Songs and Lullabies'; with daughter Emma and also reading and Q&A - August 14, 2009
++ Disneyland’s Grand Californian Hotel - August 29, 2009
++ Barnes & Noble - Tribeca Store; New York - October 6, 2009 (this and all of the following October 2009 dates with her daughter Emma)
++ RJ Julia Booksellers; Madison CT - October 7, 2009
++ Macy's; New York - October 8, 2009
++ Book Revue; Huntington NY - October 9, 2009
++ Books, Bytes Beyond; Glen Rock NJ - October 10, 2009
++ Books of Wonder; New York - October 10, 2009
++ Costco; Westbury NY - October 11, 2009
++ Anderson's Bookshop; Naperville IL (also talk and Q&A + a screening of ''Mary Poppins'', at the Tivoli Theatre) - October 13, 2009
++ Borders Store # 61; Schaumburg, IL - October 14, 2009
++ Scott Montgomery Elementary School; Washington DC - November 18, 2009
++ John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Washington DC - November 18, 2009
++ Politics & Prose; Washington DC - November 19, 2009
++ Children's Book World; Haverford, PA - November 20, 2009
++ Macy's (she also unveiled Macy's Holidays Windows) ; Philadelphia, PA - November 21, 2009
++ Bookends, Ridgewood, NJ; signing 'The Very Fairy Princess' - July 5, 2010
++ Davis-Kidd Booksellers, Nashville, TN - July 7, 2010
++ Barnes & Noble, Alpharetta, GA - July 8, 2010
++ Little Shop of Stories; Decatur, GA - July 9, 2010
++ Borders, Plantation, FL - July 11, 2010
++ Books & Books, Coral Gables, FL - July 11, 2010
++ Anderson's Bookshop; Naperville IL (also signing of ''Poems, Songs and Lullabies + a screening of ''The Sound of Music'', at the Tivoli Theatre) - September 11, 2010
++Saks Fifth Avenue, Children's Collections on Nine; (Julie and Emma sign copies of The Very Fairy Princess and unveil the new Very Fairy Princess 'Books to Bed' pajamas), New York - November 9, 2010
++ Country Glen Center; Carle Place, NY (Little Bo in Italy) - November 11, 2010
++ Books of Wonder; New York (Julie and Emma sign copies of The Very Fairy Princess Takes the Stage) - May 9, 2011
++ Books, Bytes & Beyond; Glen Rock, NJ (Julie and Emma) - May 10, 2011
++ Barnes & Nobles; 86th & Lexington Ave, NY (Julie and Emma) - May 10, 2011
++ Red Balloon Bookshop; St Paul, MN - May 12, 2011
++ Barnes & Nobles; Roseville II, Roseville, MN - May 13, 2011
++ Saks; 5th Ave, NY (The Very Fairy Princess and its sequel) – November 2, 2011
++ Books of Wonder, 18 West 18th Street, NY (Julie and Emma sign copies of The Very Fairy Princess :Here Comes the Flower Girl) – April 17, 2012
++ Barnes and Noble, Santa Monica, CA – April 24, 2012
++ A Whale of a Tale, Irvine, CA – April 25, 2012
++ Childrens Book World, Los Angeles, CA – April 26, 2012
++ University Bookstore, Seattle, WA – April 28, 2012
++ Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park, WA – April 29, 2012
++ Barnes and Noble, Lynwood, WA – April 29, 2012
++ Vromans, Pasadena, CA – May 3, 2012
++ Bookends, NJ (Julie and Emma sign copies of Treasury For All Seasons) – October 3, 2012
++ Barnes and Noble, Carle Place, NY – October 4, 2012
++ Mendhams Books, Mendham, NJ, (Julie signs copies of Little Bo in London) – November 27, 2012
++ Books, Bytes & Beyond, Glen Rock, NJ – November 28, 2012
++ Barnes and Noble, East Westport, CT – November 29, 2012
++ The Voracious Reader, Larchmont, NY (Julie signs copies of The Very Fairy Princess Follows Her Heart) – February 4, 2013
++ Bank Street Bookstore, NYC, NY – February 5, 2013
++ Books & Greetings, (Julie only), Northvale, NJ – February 6, 2013
++ Watchung Booksellers, (Julie only), Montclair, NJ – February 6, 2013
++ Fairfield University Bookstore, (Julie only), Fairfield, CT – February 7, 2013
++ RJ Julia, Madison, CT – February 7, 2013
++ Flintridge Bookstore, Flintridge, CA – February 11, 2013
++ Chaucer’s Bookstore, (Julie only), Santa Barbara, CA – February 12, 2013

 

 



--- Special Events ---
++ Julie Andrews receives the Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year by the Harvard University Theatrical Society - February 1983
++ Mary Poppins: Special Screening'', Costa Mesa, CA - October 1990
++ Julie Andrews has a rose named after her at the Chelsea Flower Show in London - May 1992
++ Julie Andrews receives an honorary degree, Doctor of Fine Arts, at Yale University, New Haven - May 24, 1999
++ Julie Andrews receives her Damehood from Queen Elizabeth II in Buckingham Palace in London - May 16, 2000
++ ''The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Centennial Tribute to Richard Rodgers'', Julie Andrews host, Beverly Hills - June 20, 2002
++ Julie Andrews christens the Crystal Serenity cruise ship in Southampton, England - July 3, 2003
++ ''Mary Poppins: A Charity Gala Performance In Honour Of Julie Andrews'' at The Prince Edward Theatre, London - March 17, 2005
++ ''Julie Andrews In Conversation at the NFT'' (after a special screening of The Sound of Music for it's 40th anniversary and a season dedicated to her), National Film Theatre, London - November 28, 2005
++ ''World Travel and Tourism Conference Gala Dinner with Julie Andrews'', Disneyland 50th Anniversary Celebrations, she sings "It's a Small World" with children, National Building Museum, Washington DC - April 2006
++ ''The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" (Julie was a guest-speller in a charity performance of the Broadway musical), Circle in the Square Theatre, NY - January 30, 2007
++ ''AFI's 40th Anniversary Celebrations'' (Julie introduced a special screening of ''The Sound of Music''). 2007
++ Annette Bening and Disney studio head Robert Iger honoured for their support of live theatre. Julie is co-chair of the tribute, with Dick Van Dyke, Geffen Playhouse - March 19, 2008
++ ASHA Convention, Julie receives the Annie Glenn Award, Chicago - November 2008
* National Arts Awards, Dame Julie Andrews, Yoko Ono, and Phil Ramone honored by Americans for the Arts. Cipriani 42nd Street, NY - 2008 (?)
* ''Ultimate Mancini'', concert during which Julie gives a special video message to the audience about her time working with Henry Mancini, Hollywood
++'' Ultimate Mancini'' at the Hollywood Bowl (concert during which Julie gives a special video message to the Bowl audience about her time working with Henry Mancini), July 11, 2009
++ ''16th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute'' (Julie receives the L'Oreal Paris Legend Award at ELLE magazine) - October 19, 2009
++ ''Blake Edwards' art exhibit preview'', Julie attends with Carol Burnett and other celebrity guests at Leslie Sacks Fine Art in Brentwood, California - June 5, 2010
++ ''Seventh Annual Live At Club Starlight'', Julie honoured by Ross School in East Hampton NY - June 19, 2010
++ ''Despicable Me LA premiere'' - June 27, 2010
++ ''An Evening with Blake Edwards'', Julie attends with other celebrity guests at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California - September 30, 2010
++ ''Caritas Award 2010'', Julie Andrews and Blake Edwards recieve the prize by the Saint John’s Health Center Foundation Trustees and the Irene Dunne Guild, Los Angeles, California - October 16, 2010
++ ''VH1 Save the Music Gala'', Julie honored by the VH1 Save the Music foundation, at the Cipriani, NY - November 8, 2010
++ ''53rd Grammy Awards Special Merit Awards Ceremony and Nominee Reception'' , Julie receives the Lifetime Acheivement Award alongside Dolly Parton, the Ramones and others, Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles - February 12, 2011
++ ''Blake Edwards memorial service reception'', Directors Guild, Los Angeles - March 29, 2011
++ ''Stars of Stony Brook Gala'', Julie and daughter honoured, Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan, NY - April 4, 2011
++ ''TCM Film Festival'', Julie introduces a screening of ''Breakfast at Tiffany's'' to commemorate Blake Edwards, Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood - April 30, 2011
++ ''Backstage at the Geffen'', Julie receives the Geffen's Distinction in Theater Award, Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles - May 2, 2011
++ ''Ford’s Theater Annual Gala'', Julie and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar were presented with the Lincoln Medal, an award honoring their “extraordinary careers and commitment to education, understanding and equality.”, Julie specifically in recognition of her accomplishments as a children’s author and a representative for Save the Children and the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, Ford Theatre, Washington DC - June 5, 2011
++ Breakfast at Tiffany’s 50th Anniversary screening at Alice Tully Hall - Lincoln Centre in New York + Q&A with Julie – September 15, 2011
++ Gig Harbor Film Festival, receives lifetime achievement award for Blake Edwards, November 16, 2011
++ Princess Grace Awards Gala, receives the Prince Rainier III Award in recognition of her charity work, Gotham's Cipriani NYC – November 1st, 2011
++ ‘’A Tribute to Horowitz’’, benefit for the American Cancer Society with pianist Lola Astanova. Julie  is billed as a “special guest artist host.” And receives a prize from Donald Trump, Carnegie Hall, NYC – January 19, 2012
++ ICG Publicists Awards, presents Carol Burnett with a lifetime achievement award, Beverly Hilton Hotel - February 24, 2012
++ Rob Marshall honored at the Roundabout Gala, Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC – March 12, 2012
++ Julie receives the Professional Dancers Society (PDS) Gypsy Award. Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills – March 18, 2012
++ Julie (on film) sends congratulation message to ex-husband Tony Walton who receives a lifetime achievement recognition at the 16th Annual ADG Awards. – April 22, 2012
++ Julie hosts the Opening Night at the Hollywood Bowl, Reba McEntire and Chaka Khan were inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame. - June 23, 2012
++ Julie guest of ‘’The Los Angeles Philharmonic 2012/13 Season Opening Night Gala And Concert: The Philharmonic Dances at Walt Disney Concert Hall’’ – September 27, 2012
++ "Great Performances" (broadcast on PBS), Lincoln Center's David W. Koch Theater, New York – November 15, 2012
++ "Raise Your Voice Benefit", Julie on video from Vienna sends a message, Beverly Hills Hotel – January 24, 2013
++ "John Williams: Maestro of the Movies’’, Julie introduces an homage to Henry Mancini and Blake Edwards. Hollywood Bowl – August 30 and 31, 2013
++ "Walt Disney Concert Hall 10th Anniversary’’, Julie present with Jane Fonda, Helen Hunt and others – September 30, 2013
++ "Saving Mr Banks’’ Los Angeles premiere – December 9, 2013
++ "Mary Poppins" Star Julie Andrews Introduces "Saving Mr. Banks" Screening'‏ in Los Angeles - December 12, 2013
++ "Julie receives in Vienna the silver "Leopoldi Pfennig 2014" – December 30, 2013
++ "Julie & Carol at a “fundraiser tea party” – March 26, 2014
++ "Julie at First Congregational Church in Madison CT - April 30, 2014
++ "Julie is awarded the honorary citizenship of Saanen in Switzerland – June 6, 2014
++ Julie attends the opening night of the LA Philharmonic tribute to John Williams, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles - September 30, 2014
++ Julie and Christopher Plummer attend the 50th Anniversary Screening of “The Sound of Music” at the TCM Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles - March 26, 2015
++ Julie closed Dublin's Film Festival. She was interviewed at Bord Gais Energy Theatre in the afternoon. Later in the evening she walked the red carpet at the Savoy Cinema, prior to a screening of "The Sound of Music", and made a speech afterwards. The following morning she received a Volta for her contributions to cinema – March 29/30, 2015
++ Julie attends the LA Philharmonic's Opening Night gala, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles - September 29, 2015
++ Julie honored at the New York Botanical Garden’s annual Rose Dinner, New York – October 8, 2015
++ Julie attends the My Fair Lady Australia media launch, Sydney Opera House, Sydney - November 10, 2015
++ Julie attends the Artists’ Dinner for the 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors hosted by United States Secretary of State John F. Kerry, U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. - December 5, 2015




// MENTIONS OF JULIE ANDREWS OR HER WORK ON VARIOUS MEDIA //

--- Films ---

++ ''Bedazzled'' (Julie Andrews is a magic word), 1967
++ ''The Yellow Submarine'' (one of the characters sings a phrase from "The Sound of Music"), 1968
++ ''Carry On Camping'', 1969
++ ''Up The Chastity Belt'' (Andrews is mentioned), 1971
++ "Plaza Suite" (her name is read out as one of the Oscar nominees the character played by Maggie Smith is competing against), , 1971
++ The Black Windmill'', 1974
++ ''The Pink Panther Strikes Again'' (in the animated opening sequence the Pink Panther re-enacts the twirl on the alps from "The Sound of Music"), 1976
++ ''Monty Python's The Meaning of Life'' ("The Sound of Music" is mentioned in one of the songs), 1983
++ ''National Lampoon's European Vacation'' (Chevy Chase re-enacts the twirl on the alps from "The Sound of Music"), 1985
++ ''Sister Act'' ("The Sound of Music" is mentioned), 1992
++ ''Addams Family Values'' (the Addams children are shown "The Sound of Music" as punishment), 1993
++ ''To Die For'', 1995
++ ''Jeffrey'' (Nathan Lane finds the cause for homosexuality on the sleeve of the original Broadway "My Fair Lady" cast album), 1995
++ ''The Birdcage'' ' (Nathan Lane sings "I could Have Danced All Night" in a falsetto that lamopoons Andrews' voice), 1996
++ ''Beautiful Thing'' (the leads watch "The Sound of Music" on TV),1996
++ ''The Postman'' (Kevin Costner watches "The Sound of Music" on the big screen), 1997
++ ''Kiss Me Guido'' (the lead is obsessed with Andrews), 1997
++ ''Love, Valour, Compassion'' (Andrews in "Star!" is discussed by one of the leads), 1997
++ ''Goodbye Lover'' (the lead is obsessed with "The Sound of Music"), 1998
++ ''The Sixth Sense'' (Andrews is mentioned by a newsreader), 1999
++ ''Dancer in the Dark'' (Bjork is obsessed with "My Favourite Things")2000
++ ''Snatch'', 2000
++ "Moulin Rouge’’ (Ewan McGregor and Kylie Minogue sing a line from “The Sound of Music), 2001
++ ''Get Over It'', 2001
++ ''Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle'', 2003
++ "Meet the Fockers" (Ben Stiller’s character claims to be known as Barry Poppins), 2004
++ ''Chunky Monkey'' (The lead is obsessed with Andrews), 2005
++ ’’The Producers’’ (The poster for My Fair Lady - with Julie’s name and drawing - is prominent in a scene), 2005
++ "Wedding Daze’’ (during a “guess the film” game, “The Sound of Music” is mentioned), 2006
++ "Filth and Wisdom’’ (a character calls another character: Mary Poppins), 2008
++ "In the Loop'' ("Nazi Julie Andrews" joke), 2009
++ ''Land of the Lost'' (sidekick calls the British female lead: Mary Poppins), 2009
++ "The Muppets’’ (a picture of Julie can be seen in Kermit’s office + the baddie mentions her), 2011
++ "New Year’s Eve’’ (Mary Poppins is mentioned), 2011
++ "Mental" (the lead is obsessed with “The Sound of Music”), 2012
++ "Trumbo" (there’s a picture of Julie with Trumbo in the end credits), 2015

 



--- TV Films and Series ---

++ ’’The Jack Benny Show’’ (Benny and Elke Sommer sing a parody of Supercalifragilistic), 1965
++ Gilligan’s Island’’ (episode? aired in November. Julie’s nose is discussed by 2 characters), 1965
++ ''The Frost Report'' (comedy sketch with Michael Palin and Ronnie Corbett), BBC 1969
++ "The Lucy Show’’ (Lucille Ball and Carol Burnett dance to “Thoroughly Modern Millie”), 1968
++ ''The Beverly Hillbillies'' (season 7, episode 19. A male character claims to be Julie), Jannuary 1969
++ ''The Mothers-in-Law'', January 1969
++ "The Carol Burnett Show" (Carol gets punched in the face for her fake English accent “Julie Andrews you ain’t’’ thy tell her), 1972
++ ''The Goodies'' (series 2, Episode 12 "The Music Makers" 1971 and series 5, Episode 1: "The Movies" 1975)
++ ''The Brady Bunch Hour" (Season 1, Episode 7. The "Star!" soundtrack album is proiminent in one scene), 1977
++ ''Charlie's Angels'' (Sabrina says: “Who do you think I am? Julie Andrews?”), , 197?
++ ''Coronation Street'' (Julie mentioned in several episodes)
++ "The Golden Girls'' (first series, episode? Bea Arthur mentions Andrews) 198?
++ "Dallas'' (episode 303), 1989
++ ''Ally McBeal' (episode?)', 199?
++ ''Gimme, Gimme, Gimme (episode?), 199?
++ ''The Simpsons'' (Mary Poppins visits the Simpsons), 199?
++ ''Will & Grace'', (various episodes), 200?-2010
++ "The Nanny', 199?
++ ''My Beautiful Son'', 2001
++ ''Animaniacs'', 200?
++ ''Frasier'' (episode 12), 200?
++ The Vicar of Dibley'' (episode?), 200?
++ "Two and a Half Men" (episode 8, season 1: Charlie Sheen marvels that a group of children don’t know My Fair Lady and Camelot. Where’s the gay ones?), November 2003
++ ''Von Trapped'' (the lead is obsessed with "The Sound of Music"), 2004
++ ’’NCIS’’ (season 3, episode 23. A character called Tony says: "The Sound of Music confuses you, probie”), 2006
++ ''Pushing Daisies'' (episode 2, series 1), ABC 2008
++ ''Royal Pains'', Cable TV Network USA, July 2009
++ ''The Beautiful People'', (the lead loves Mary Poppins), BBC, 2009
++ ''Glee'' (series 2, episode 4 ''Duets''. Chris Colfer in "Le Jazz Hot"), Fox, October 2010
++ ''Family Guy'', 2011
++ ''Saturday Night Live'', March 2011
++ ''Saturday Night Live'' (episode 19, series 36: Helen Mirren as Andrews in a comedy sketch), April 2011
++ "Glee" (series 3, Chris Colfer says. “we could make clothes from curtains like in The Sound of Music”. Puck sings a rock version of "The Rain in Spain" and, in the Christmas special, Rachel, Kurt, Mercedes and Blaine sing "My favorite things”), Fox, 2011
++ "Bones" (series 7. A character called Booth says: "She was just like Mary Poppins"), Fox, 2012
++ "Liz & Dick" (biopic in which Liz Taylor tells Burton: " You managed to sleep with everybody except Julie Andrews..."), Lifetime, November 25, 2012
++ "Mad Men" (season 6, episode 4: Harry proposes a variety show starring Joey Heatherton, Julie Andrews and John Wayne), AMC, April 2013
++ "Killing Kennedy" (Kennedy listens to Julie’s “I Loved You Once in Silence”), National Geographic Channel, November 2013
++ "Goodness Gracious Me: Reunion Special" (Scary Poppat sketch), BBC, June 2014
++ "The Big Bang Theory" (“Why can’t I be in a relationship with a girl who likes the Sound of Music?” – asks a gay character – “Because you are that girl” - replies another), January 2016?

--- Online ---

++ "Mary Poppins Quits" with Kristen Bell. Funny Or Die, 2014

--- Plays ---

++ ''Beautiful Thing'' by Jonathan Harvey, 1993
++ ''Love, Valour and Compassion'' by Terrence McNally, 1994
++ "Duets'', a cabaret with Emily Skinner and Alice Ripley (available on a Varese Sarabande CD), 1998
++ ''Hushabye Mountain'' by Jonathan Harvey, 1999
++ "A Free Man of Color’’ by John Guare, 2010
++ "Whistling Away the Dark’’, a tribute cabaret by Robert Windeler, with Shana Farr, 2012
++ ’’Julie, Madly, Deeply’’, a tribute one-woman-show with Sarah-Louise Young, 2013

 



--- Songs ---

++ "I’m Bored" – Gorilla-Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, 1968
++ "The Sound of Music" - Gorilla-Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, 1968
++ ''An Ode to Julie Andrews'' - John Cleese and Monty Python, 1968
++ "The Julie Andrews Dirty Song Book" (from I'm Sorry I’ll Read That Again, a BBC comedy revue series) - John Cleese, 1970
++ ''Don't Call Me "Mama" Anymore'' - Mama Cass, 1973
++ ''Mel Smith's Greatest Hits'' - Mel Smith and Roger Taylor, 1981
++ ''Happy Birthday Hollywood'' - Kander & Ebb, sung by Liza Minnelli, 1987
++ ''Festive Frolics From Four Fellows'' - A Tribe of Toffs, 1989?
++ ''(I Can Get No) Edelweiss" – Edelweiss, 1989
++ ''Mary Poppins y el deshollinador'' - Fabiana Cantilo, 1991
++ "Mary Poppins" – Son of Crackpipe, 1995
++ ''Electric Trains'' – Squeeze, 1995
++ ''No More Mr Nice Guy'' - Richard Kates, 1999
++ ''Julie Andrews (A Tribute)'' - The 49 Americans, 2002
++ ''Wind It Up'' - Gwen Stefani, 2005
++ ''Julie Andrews'' - The Down & Outs, 2007
++ ''Topless Mary Poppins'' – Neck, 2008
++ ''Julie Andrews! (the Magic Words)'' - Dave Dark and the Sharks, 2009
++ ''I Believe'' (from the musical The Book of Mormon) – 2010
++ "I Like Musicals" – Laura Benanti, 2016
++ ''Without You'' - from ''Wicked Lips'' by Richard Kates, 1984
++ ''Just You Wait Julie Andrews'' - from ''Forbidden Broadway'', 1985
++ ''I Couldn't Hit the Note'' - from ''Forbidden Broadway'', 1994
++ ''Stupidcarelessfictionalnonsensicalverbosness'' - from ''Forbidden Hollywood'', 1995
++ ''Le Julie Hot'' - from ''Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back'', 1997
++ ''A Spoonful of Julie'' - from ''Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back'', 1997
++ ''Victor/Ignor-ee-ya'' - from ''Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back'', 1997
++ ''Crazy Girl'' - from ''Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back'', 1997
++ ''Julie the Star!'' - from ''Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back'', 1997
++ ''Julie Andrews Hosts PBS - The American Musical: The Next Hundred Years'' - from ''Forbidden Broadway, Special Victims Unit, vol. 8'', 2005



--- Visual Arts ---

++ ''Al Hirschfeld illustrations'' (Julie Andrews has the distinction of being the most depicted personality by the American artist, in 52 drawings), 1954 -1997
++ "Julie Andrews’ Shoe’’ (part of a set of “Warhol’s Golden Slippers” from the 50s, printed on purses and bags by Dior in their 2013 fall collection), drawing by Andy Warhol embellished with gold leaf and decorations, 1956
++ ''Julie Andrews portrait'' painting by Pietro Annigoni 1958
++ ''Julie Andrews'' celluloid frames by John Waters 198?
++''Julie Andrews'' four pictures by Michael Evers 1987
++ "Mr & Mrs von Trapp’’ giclée print by Stanley Chow ????
++ ’’Julie Andrews’’ oil on panel by Marion Peck 2002
++ ''Julie Andrews Crucifix'' poster by James Cauty 2007
++ ''Julie Andrews Singing on a Rubbish Top'' poster by James Cauty 2007
++ ''Julie Andrews Twirling on a Rubbish Top'' poster by James Cauty 2007
++ ''Julie Andrews & Dick Van Dyke on a Tractor'' poster by James Cauty 2007
++ ''Where The Magic Begins, Julie Andrews as the Blue Fairy from Pinocchio and Abigail Breslin as Fira from Disney Fairies'' picture by Annie Leibovitz 2008
++ ''Poppins and Penguins'' painting by Toby Bluth 2009
++ Maria'' painting by Claudio Dicochea 2009
++ "The Sound Of The End Of Music’’ video by People Like Us 2010
++ ’’Echography of Change, Lady Gaga/Julie Andrews‘’ artwork by Saul Zanolari 2011
++ ’’The 60s Film Alphabet’’ poster by Stephen Wildish 2013

 

--- Literature ---

++ ''Julie Andrews'' by T.H. White (poem)
++ ''The Christmas Sweater'' by Glenn Beck
++ ''The Glamour of Grammar'' by Roy Clark ("Only on a comedy show would Julie Andrews have sung: "The hills is alive with the sound of music...").

--- Singers Who Covered Songs First Introduced by Julie Andrews ---

Does not include performers who played Julie's roles on stage revivals, unless they have subsequently recorded the song(s) in their solo albums. The same applies to the many opera singers who have sung live Julie's songs. Also does not include most songs from ''The Sound of Music'' as these were introduced by Mary Martin on Broadway


++ Josephine Baker - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Shirley Bassey - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Laura Benanti - Something Good
++ Sarah Brightman - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Turin Brakes – Chim Chim Cher-ee
++ Carol Channing - Thoroughly Modern Millie
++ Kristin Chenoweth – I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Charlotte Church - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Gigliola Cinquetti - A Spoonful of Sugar, Thoroughly Modern Millie – both in Italian
++ Petula Clark - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Rosemary Clooney - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Nat King Cole - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Chris Colfer - Le Jazz Hot
++ Ray Connif - A Spoonful of Sugar, Chim, Chim Cher-ee
++ Bing Crosby - Chim Chim Cher-ee, Thoroughly Modern Millie
++ Jamie Cullum - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Sammy Davis Jr - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Connie Fisher - Something Good, I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Renee Fleming – I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Annette Funicello – Chim Chim Cher-ee
++ Lesley Garrett - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Angela Gheorghiu - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Daniela Goggi – A Spoonful of Sugar – in Italian
++ Kiri Te Kanawa - Wouldn't It Be Loverly, Just You Wait, The Rain in Spain, I Could Have Danced All Night, Show Me, Without You
++Jack Jones – Wouldn’t It Be Loverly
++ Peggy Lee – I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Angela Lansbury - Thoroughly Modern Millie
++ Jo Lawry - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Mannheim Steamroller - Chim, Chim Cher-ee
++ Milena Manni – A Spoonful of Sugar – in Italian
++ Mary Martin - A Spoonful of Sugar, Feed the Birds, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Stay Awake, Chim Chim Cher-ee
++ Johnny Mathis - Whistling Away the Dark
++ Leona Mitchell - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Brigit Nillsson - I Could Have Danced All night
++ Marni Nixon - Wouldn't it Be Loverly, Just You Wait, The Rain in Spain, I Could Have Danced All Night, Show Me, Without You, A Spoonful of Sugar, Feed the Birds, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Stay Awake
++ Rita Pavone – A Spoonful of Sugar, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious - both in Italian
++ Jane Powell - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Louis Prima - A Spoonful of Sugar, Feed the Birds, Chim, Chim Cher-ee, Stiamo Svegli (Italian version of Stay Awake), Jolly Holiday, Stay Awake, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Supercalifragilistic-Espiralidoso (Italian version)
++Cliff Richard – A Spoonful of Sugar
++ Dinah Shore - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Frank Sinatra - I Could Have Danced All Night, Star!
++ KT Sullivan – Crazy World
++ Sylvia Syms - I Could Have Danced All Night
++ Ernesto Tomasini - Whistling Away the Dark
++ Brian Wilson (The Beach Boys) – Stay Awake
++ Lena Zavaroni - Chim Chim Cher-ee

Julie's rendition of "My Favorite Things" is also said to have been one of Michael Jackson's favorite songs of all time and in 2013 Annie Lennox chose “Feed the Birds” as one of her own favourites. She wrote on her Facebook page: “#SoundtrackOfMyLife Day 30 JULIE ANDREWS - FEED THE BIRDS The very first record I ever bought was ‘Mary Poppins'. Sometimes I just want to revisit a very innocent place with a very pure voice.

 

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++ Julie Andrews Studio (formerly Studio 2), Walt Disney Studios, Burbank, USA
++ Julie Andrews Room, Prince Edward Theatre, London, UK
++ Julie Andrews Meadow, USGS Timpanogos Cave, Utah, USA
++ Julie Andrews themed Pizza Express in Walton On Thames, UK