Julie Andrews sings in the 1957 live broadcast of "Cinderella," the only musical Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote for television. She was nominated for an Emmy for her role as the title character. Andrews began singing in public at age 10 when her parents, both vaudeville performers, realized she had beautiful voice and a four-octave range. She performed in musical revues, radio shows and plays before making her Broadway debut in "The Boy Friend" in 1954 at the age of 19.
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