SUE SUE II... in General Discussion Posted October 16, 2019 "Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years" by Julie Andrews with Emma Walton Hamilton debuts Oct. 15. (Photo: Courtesy Hachette Books) The hills are alive, again. Julie Andrews is reliving her Hollywood beginnings in a new memoir, "Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years" (out Tuesday and co-written with Andrews' daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton). The book spans from her first days in Los Angeles with 1964's "Mary Poppins" roughly through 1995 – which means no tell-all tales of her more recent experiences working in the "Shrek," "Princess Diaries" or "Despicable Me" franchises. But all the stage and screen icon's greatest hits are mentioned, including two that started it all and landed Andrews, now 84, her first Oscar win and subsequent nomination: "Mary Poppins" (for which she won best actress at the 1965 Academy Awards) and "The Sound of Music." For more of the USA Today article, look here. Join Julie Andrews as a TCM Guest Programmer on October 29 for screenings of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Victor/Victoria, and The Americanization of Emily.