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  • And, though it will break the hearts of Julie Andrews fans, the real Maria von Trapp of 1965's Best Picture winner, "The Sound of Music," freely admitted that she was not in love with Georg von Trapp when she married him - a full 11 years before the Nazi invasion of Austria.

    And the Oscar for most historically inaccurate film goes to . . . all of them!

  • Franconia, will hold a concert by Elisabeth Von Trapp, granddaughter of Maria and Georg von Trapp, whose story inspired "The Sound of Music," 7 p.m. Sunday.

    Fairfax County religion notes

  • Georg von Trapp when she's sent as governess to his seven children. Stories

  • Georg von Trapp was an ace Austro-Hungarian submarine commander during World War I, and the pater familias of the "Trapp Family Singers" memorialized in the film

  • Georg von Trapp in the London revival of "The Sound of Music" in 2008-2009.

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  • Georg von Trapp in the London revival of "The Sound of Music" in

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  • Georg von Trapp, a widowed Austrian aristocrat who was played by Christopher Plummer in the film and Theodore Bikel on Broadway, was not cold, unfeeling and distant.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • At least in name, Georg von Trapp achieved international fame as the father of the family portrayed in

    A Progressive on the Prairie

  • The Sound of Music's sound of music for three-plus hours under direct social pressure from Rodgers and Hammerstein, Captain Georg von Trapp, and more than a few strong personalities to sing loudly, proudly, and absolutely unselfconsciously.

    SF Weekly | Complete Issue

  • To the Last Salute: Memoirs of an Austrian U-Boat Commander, by Georg von Trapp, translated & with an introduction by Elisabeth M. Campbell


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