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  • I read that Walt Disney had to try for several years before the lady that wrote the Mary Poppins book would agree to let him make it into a movie

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      This evening I watched the classic movie “Mary Poppins”. This Disney classic is timeless people from eight to eiighty enjoy this show.

      I was interested to learn that this movie was the first to bring live action and animation together. When the movie was being made there were several retakes, then adding the animation


      then more remakes. That is different from nowadays when people use computer graphics to create movies.

      Mary Poppins comes to a family to teach a father and mother how to show more attention to their two children. She is hired as a nanny to the children. One of my favorite parts of the ...


      • movie is when she answers the advertisement which the father had thrown in the fireplace. While she explains her references, the father is looking in the fireplace.

        This is a nice musical the songs are great. My favorite is “Feed the Birds”.

        Julie Andrews plays this part very well, she has a

        wonderful singing voice.

        Dick Van Dyke does a good job as Bert, the chimney sweep.

        he also plays the bank president.

        I read that Walt Disney had to try for several years before the lady that wrote the Mary Poppins book would agree to let him make it into a movie. That movis is Mr. Disney’s favorite.




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