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Before Mary Poppins, Andrews' first Disney dance was in the 1957 TV movie Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, featuring the duo's only book and lyrics written for TV (minus "Loneliness of Evening," originally written for but never included in South Pacific) before the production became a long-running stage musical (though there wasn't a Broadway adaptation until 2013).
More than 100 million people watched the original live broadcast on CBS.
Asked whom she felt had especially aided her legendary career along the way, Andrews told Backstage.com in 2011, "Lerner and Loewe, and Moss Hart. Also, Rodgers and Hammerstein were extremely generous and kind and wrote the televised Cinderella musical for me.