His wife, Elaine Taylor, said the cause was a blow to the head as a result of a fall.
Though he came to appreciate it later in life his opinion of “The Sound of Music”
“That sentimental stuff is the most difficult for me to play, especially because I’m trained vocally and physically for Shakespeare,” Mr. Plummer said in a People magazine interview in 1982. “To do a lousy part like von Trapp, you have to use every trick you know to fill the empty carcass of the role. That damn movie follows me around like an albatross.”
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