Christopher Plummer, the award-winning actor who played Capt. Georg von Trapp in the film The Sound of Music, died Feb. 5 at age 91. He tried to get out of his leading role in the 1965 film “about 16 times.” He complained, “What have I done, playing with all these children?” He kept the part because 20th Century Fox threatened to sue him. He later referred to the film as “The Sound of Mucus.” At 82, Plummer became the oldest Academy Award winner for his supporting actor role in Beginners. He is one of 24 people to earn the Triple Crown of Acting: an Emmy, a Tony, and an Academy Award. A wife and daughter survive him.