Posted 21 March 2014 - 09:16 PM
Perhaps Julie is waiting to expire first before a biopic is made of her life but I think she should be around to watch things when they do. From her childhood in London during WWII, her coming to N.Y. to star in the Boyfriend, her audition for Rogers and Hammerstein and her landing My Fair Lady, her avoiding the advances of Richard Burton in Camelot and movie stardom in Mary Poppins and meeting Maria Von Trapp. Her marriages to Tony Walton and Blake Edwards up to her tragic throat operation which ended her musical career but opened a new one writing children's books with daughter Emma. What great material for a movie to include great music. I hope they do one soon.