CHICAGO — The hills are alive again 45 years later, this time on the small screen.
Harpo Productions says the entire cast of the 1965 Academy Award-winning movie musical "The Sound of Music" will appear Friday, Oct. 29, on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
That includes stars Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. Andrews had non-cancerous throat nodules removed in 1997, an operation that initially left her unable to sing. She will not sing on the TV program.
Plummer will talk about his relationship with the film over the decades.
The show will include a performance from the singing group The von Trapp Children, which features members of the real von Trapp family.
The musical's score includes such classics as "My Favorite Things" and "Do Re Mi."