Mary Poppins 1964-08-27 ( current )

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A magical nanny employs music and adventure to help two neglected children become closer to their father.

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Set in Edwardian London, Jane and Michael Banks are two children in a middle class London suburb. Their parents are distant from the children and each nanny they employ leaves in exasperation after the chaos the children cause. The children's father is a banker who is cold towards them and their mother is too busy with the suffragette movement.They want the perfect nanny and in a sudden gust of wind, Mary Poppins drops by. She possesses magical powers such as a bottomless handbag. Mary Poppins changes the life of the children and also meets up with her friend Bert, the one man band. Mary Poppins combines live action with Disney animation as well as some memorable songs and in Dick Van Dyke an unforgettable cockney accent. The movie is regarded as a Disney classic but I found the animation to be below average, the film overlong and not all that amusing.

  • Julie Andrews
  • Dick Van Dyke
  • David Tomlinson
  • Glynis Johns
  • Hermione Baddeley
  • Robert Stevenson (Director)
  • P.L. Travers (Novel)
  • Bill Walsh (Screenplay)
  • Don DaGradi (Screenplay)
  • Walt Disney (Producer)

Walt Disney Productions


United States of America



Release Date:

1964-08-27 USA

Run Time:

139 min