The Sound of Music Parents guide
The Sound of Music is a 1965 American musical drama film produced and directed by Robert Wise.
This film is produced by Robert Wise and distributed by 20th Century Fox.
The film is an adaptation of the 1959 stage musical of the same name, composed by Richard Rodgers with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.
Official Poster and Details
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|Movie Name||The Sound of Music|
|Genre||Biography, Drama, Family, Musical Romance.|
|Written by||George Hurdalek|
|Release Date||March 2, 1965 (United States)|
|Distributed by||2oth century fox|
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The Sound of Music Official Synopsis
The movie tells the story of Maria, who works as a governess to a large family along she decides whether to become a nun. In the meantime, She falls in love with the children and their widowed father, Captain von Trapp. He is ordered to accept a commission in the German navy, but he opposes the Nazis.
The Sound of Music Parents Guide and Age Rating
The Sound of Music Age Rating
The Sound of Music rated G as the film does not contain rating issues.
MPAA- G-rated programs are for General Audiences — all ages admitted, meaning there is nothing in theme, language, nudity, sex, violence or other matters that the rating board thinks would offend parents whose younger children view the picture.
WhyThe Sound of Music is G-Rated?
- In the climax scene of the film, the character is threatened by a gun. but it’s more like suspense than violence.
- The cigarettes were smoked in a couple of scenes.
- There is no sex and nudity in the film.
- At a point in the film, there is a formal party where some champagne and other alcoholic drinks were there.
- The Nazi flag is displayed in two scenes, and the soldiers are seen marching. but there is no violence but it can be intense for younger kids.
Who is in the cast of The Sound of Music?
- Julie Andrews as Maria
- Christopher Plummer as Captain von Trapp
- Bill Lee overdubbed Plummer’s singing
- Eleanor Parker as Baroness Elsa von Schraeder
- Richard Haydn as Max Detweiler
- Peggy Wood as the Mother Abbess
- Charmian Carr as Liesl von Trapp
- Nicholas Hammond as Friedrich von Trapp
- Heather Menzies as Louisa von Trapp
- Duane Chase as Kurt von Trapp
- Angela Cartwright as Brigitta von Trapp
- Debbie Turner as Marta von Trapp
- Kym Karath as Gretl von Trapp
- Anna Lee as Sister Margaretta
- Portia Nelson as Sister Berthe
- Ben Wright as Herr ZellerDaniel Truhitte as Rolfe
- Norma Varden as Frau Schmidt, housekeeper
- Gil Stuart as Franz, butler
- Marni Nixon as Sister Sophia
- Evadne Baker as Sister Bernice
- Doris Lloyd as Baroness Elberfeld
The Sound of Music Official Trailer
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Why does the Sound of Music receive this age rating? Read the complete information here about ratings in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.
The Sound of Music age rating is G in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Nigeria, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, united states, L in brazil, Iceland, A in Denmark, Mexico, Norway, Spain, U in India, Malaysia, united kingdom, T in Italy in West Germany this film is rated 6.
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