Christopher Plummer as Captain Von Trapp. Damn captain (*_*)❤️❤️

24 Hunky Actors That Will Make You Wish Time Travel Was Real

Christopher Plummer: "Captain von Trapp" from the Sound of Music. Watched this last night and can't believe I never noticed how fanciable he was!

Mr. Christopher Plummer

Christopher Plummer, as an actor he has it all. I made that word up, but some actors can convey tons of emotions without changing facial expressions and he is one them. Slight facial movements and the eyes.

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I am certain this part makes every girls heart skip a beat. - Christopher Plummer in The Sound of Music -

Interview with Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer about The Sound of Music's 50th anniversary

For Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer, The Sound of Music Was Never So Long, Farewell

The Sound Of Music 1965 - Behind the scenes of Julie Andrews (Maria) and Christopher Plummer (Captain Von Trapp) whilst shooting in Salzburg, Austria - Vanity Fair 2015

Christopher Plummer | 21 Actors Who Experienced The Prime Of Their Life In Truly Beautiful Ways

21 Actors Who Experienced The Prime Of Their Life In Truly Beautiful Ways

Christopher Plummer | 21 Actors Who Experienced The Prime Of Their Life In Truly Beautiful Ways

Still of Christopher Plummer in A Beautiful Mind

Christopher Plummer is one of the coolest men I know. Incredibly wise and introspective person.

Christopher Plummer was born December 13, 1929 in Toronto. He was classically trained as a stage actor and headlined for Britain's National Theatre. He made his film debut in 1957's Stage Struck. Throughout his career, he has passed up blockbuster movies for smaller films. He is probably best known as Captain Von Trapp in the 1965 musical movie The Sound of Music, and continues to be in demand. He played in many movies.  He is a stunning handsome man and I liked him in Sound Of Music.

Oscar nominees 2012: Before they were stars - slide 6

Christopher Plummer was born December 1929 in Toronto. Best known as Captain Von Trapp in the 1965 musical movie The Sound of Music, but won the 2011 Oscar, as Best Supporting Actor for "Beginners".

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