Julie Andrews reflects on her Hollywood years

LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — Everyone is on their best behavior when Julie Andrews is around. It's early June in Los Angeles and Andrews is coming to film segments for a night of guest programming on Turner Classic Movies and speak about her new book, "Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years," which hits shelves Tuesday. The air is thick with anticipation before her arrival. When her car does appear — as prompt as Mary Poppins — the crew, the producers and even the catering staff all abandon their lunches and stand to attention. When she steps out, some even start to softly clap, as though she is royalty or perhaps even something bigger than that. But Andrews, seemingly knowing the effect she has on people, brings it back down to earth. "Hi gang!" she says c
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