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* Julie Andrews


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returns to television for a special programme
An Evening with Julie Andrews and Harry Belafonte
In this, her first major television programme for five years, Julie Andrews joins another great actor and singer of our time to present melodies old and new. In their contrasting and highly distinctive styles, Miss Andrews and Mr Belafonte sing and dance in a television spectacular produced and directed by Gower Champion
- the director-choreographer of the hit-musical Hello Dolly!
The music ranges from the popular melodies of Julie Andrews to the calypso beat of Harry Belafonte.
Musical director MICHEL LEGRAND
Produced, directed, and choreographed by GOWER CHAMPION in Hollywood for Nbc television
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Unknown: Julie Andrews
Unknown: Harry Belafonte
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Director: Michel Legrand

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