Julie Andrews might have needed some medicine (and a spoonful of sugar to help it go down) after filming her first love scene.
Andrews, 84, sat down with ABC News to discuss the contents of her memoir, "Home Work: A Memoir of Hollywood Years," including the details of her first love scene.
During the filming of "The Americanization of Emily," Andrews had to shoot a love scene with Oscar-nominee James Garner, for which she was "terrified."
"I had no idea what -- one [was] supposed to do," Andrews told Diane Sawyer, "with a kiss and all of that."
Andrews recalls Garner being "delicious" and making things easy for her, but even he couldn't help what happened next.
"I began to think, 'It's getting a little hot in here.' And when I got up, I kept thinking, 'I can manage this.' And I got up and my legs buckled because it really had hit me rather hard," Andrews revealed.
She recalls Garner being "lovely" about the scene, and added, "I think he -- he might have enjoyed it, too."
Andrews admitted that, at the time, she "didn't know much about men," having just gone through a divorce and then fallen in love with director Blake Edwards.
"Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years" will be available for purchase on Tuesday.