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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Angela Cartwright
— "When you have someone come up to you and say they put "The Sound of Music" in when they're feeling down just to lift their spirits, I mean, what could be better than that, being in a movie that does that to people?" she told NBC on the 45th anniversary of the release of the film.
— Miss Cartwright told the Ventura County Star in California that she never tires of watching "The Sound of Music" and has watched it "hundreds of times, and if I'm changing channels, and it's on TV, I get suckered into it every time."