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My Favorite Things
   featured in the film   
The Sound of Music (1965)
Cream coloured ponies and crisp apple strudel, door bells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles...
Do Re Mi
   featured in the film   
The Sound of Music (1965)
Robert Wise
   directed   
The Sound of Music (1965)
David Lean
   directed   
The Sound Barrier (1952)
Sir Malcolm Arnold
   wrote music for   
The Sound Barrier (1952)
The Jayhawks
   released the album   
The Sound Of Lies (1997)
Diphthong
   means   
A Complex Vowel Sound That Begins With the Sound of One Vowel and Ends With the Sound of Another Vowel
Franz
   is the butler in   
The Sound of Music (1965)
Played by Gil Stuart
The Sound
   is in the   
Atlantic Ocean
A strait. Also called Oresund
1960
   Tony Award winner for Best Musical was   
The Sound of Music
Rodgers & Hammerstein
   composed the musical   
The Sound of Music (1959)
Otoacoustic Emission
   is defined as   
The Sound Generated from Within the Inner Ear
Used as a measure of inner ear health
Paul Simon
   composed   
The Sound Of Silence
A 'ringtone'
   means   
The Sound Made by a Cell Phone to Signal an Incoming Call
1965
   the winner was   
The Sound of Music
Directed by Robert Wise for 20th Century Fox
Julie Andrews
   starred in   
The Sound of Music (1965)
The Sound of Drums
   Dr. Who episode was written by   
Russell T. Davies
Episode 40
Another One Bites the Dust
   has the lyric:   
Ain't No Sound but the Sound of His Feet
Queen
The Sound of Music (1965)
   was set in   
Austria
William Faulkner
   wrote   
The Sound and the Fury
'Phonation' is the Vibration of the Vocal Chords in the Larynx That Makes the Sound of Our Voice
   is   
True
When a stutterer makes no attempt to phonate (say a word out loud), but merely mouths the word silently, no stuttering is evident.
The Sound of Music (1965)
   starred   
Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, Eleanor Parker and Richard Haydn
Winds That Transport Lighting Bolts Create the Sound That We Hear As a Thunder
   is   
False
Thunder is the sound of the lightning discharging into the atmosphere
The Sound of Music (1965)
   has the tagline   
The Happiest Sound in All the World.
The Sound of Silence
   has the opening line   
Hello, Darkness, My Old Friend
Simon and Garfunkel
Simon & Garfunkel
   recorded   
The Sound of Silence
Bray
   is   
The Sound of a Donkey
A loud and harsh noise
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)
   has the last line:   
“T-t-that's All, Folks. Hmm, I L-l-like the Sound of That. Eee-ba-da, Eee-ba-da,...th-th-th-th-that's All, Folks!”
The Sound Barrier (1952)
   starred   
Ralph Richardson, Ann Todd and Nigel Patrick
Director: David Lean. Also starred Jack Allen, Denholm Elliott & Donald Harron. Plot: Fictionalized story of British aerospace engineers solving the problem of supersonic flight. Won Oscar
The Sound Barrier (1952)
   has the tagline   
Jet Packed Showmanship
The Sound Barrier (1952)
   has the tagline   
Nothing on Earth Can Match Its Super-sonic Thrills!
The Sound Barrier (1952)
   has the tagline   
They Lived and Loved, Like the Jets They Flew - Fast and Dangerous!
Hristo Iliev Mitev
   created the sculpture   
The Sound of Bronze, 1968
The Sound of Music
   debuted in   
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York
1959 - Hammerstein died nine months after the musical’s premiere
The Sound and the Fury
   begins   
Through the Fence, Between the Curling Flower Spaces, I Could See Them Hitting.
William Faulkner
Yukio Mishima
   wrote   
The Sound of Waves
"Beyond The Sound Barrier"
   was released by   
Wayne Shorter
2006 - Best Jazz Instrumental Album
Chuck Yeager
   was/were the first   
Man to Break the Sound Barrier in an Airplane
1947
Jacqueline Cochrane
   was/were the first   
Woman to Break the Sound Barrier in an Airplane
1953
The Sound of Music (1965)
   starred   
Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer and Eleanor Parker
IMDB:7.8/10. Director: Robert Wise. Won 5 Oscars incl. Best Picture, 2 Golden Globes and National Film Preservation Board Award.
Robert Wise
   directed the film   
The Sound of Music (1965)
The Sound
   is published in   
The U.S.A.
Madison, CT, U.S.A.
Thunder
   is   
The Sound Wave Produced As a Lightning Stroke Heats the Air Causing It to Rapidly Expand
There are roughly 18,000 thunderstorms occurring on Earth at any given moment.
Jacqueline Cochran
   was   
The First Woman to Break the Sound Barrier
1953
The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner
   was titled from the literary source   
Macbeth
William Shakespeare
Julie Andrews
   won the Golden Globe for   
The Sound of Music
Best Actress - Musical or Comedy, 1965
Philip Glass
   composed the opera   
The Sound of a Voice
2003 operatic adaptation of the David Henry Hwang play of the same name
The Sound
   is a nickname of   
Stan Getz
Bush
   released the single   
The Sound of Winter (2011)
#1 on the US Alternative Songs chart for 5 weeks; also #1 on the US Hot Rocks Songs and canada Rock charts.






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