This is SO well done.
The actress who played Liesl has died aged 73. Here's her best loved moment.
Charmian Carr was born in Chicago in 1942. Her mother was a vaudeville actress, and her father was a musician and orchestra leader.
She was a college student when she auditioned for the 1959 film of Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic musical, starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.
Although Carr went on to be a successful interior designer - counting Michael Jackson among her clients - she was a regular at Sound of Music sing-along performances at the Hollywood Bowl, telling the audience that that they should consider the experience like going to a therapist.
She died from complications caused from a rare form of dementia.
The Sound of Music lost a beloved member of the family w/ the passing of Charmian Carr. She will be forever missed. pic.twitter.com/ehqec4uWrr— 20th Century Fox (@20thcenturyfox) September 18, 2016
Fans' most cherised memory of Carr is the playfully ironic song ' Sixteen Going On Seventeen' in which Liesl tells Rolf that she can rely upon him for guidance, because he is a year older. Let's remember that wonderful moment: