At Banks, a wealthy London family, there is great confusion because the housekeeper of the two brothers has just resigned. The father takes matters into his own hands and decides to place an ad in the Times to look for a replacement. Mary Poppins (Julie Andrews) also appears in the row of possible candidates, a housekeeper who has come down from the sky suspended from her talking umbrella, who earns her job. Severe, certain and very demanding, but also full of surprises and wonders, starting with the bag from which dozens and dozens of objects come out. In a week he sows confusion and joy in the Banks family, thanks to his spells that will transport children even inside a cartoon, accompanied by their friend
Ben the Chimney Sweep and to the captivating rhythm of the wonderful unforgettable songs like "Supercalifragilistichespiralidoso" and "Just a little sugar and the pill goes down". This film received the following awards: 5 Oscars 1965 (out of 13 nominations) for "Best Actress" (Julie Andrews), "Best Special Effects", "Best Editing", "Best Song", "Best Score", 1 Golden Globe
1965 (out of 4 nominations) for "Best Actress (Musical / Comedy)" (Julie Andrews), 1 Grammy 1965: "best soundtrack"
| ||Original title: ||Mary Poppins|
|Gender: ||Comedy, fantastic, animation|
|Duration: ||140 '|
|Directed by: ||Robert Stevenson |
|Cast:||Julie Andrews: Mary Poppins |
Dick Van Dyke: Bert / Mr. Dawes, Sr.
David Tomlinson: Mr. George W. Banks
Glynis Johns: Mrs. Winifred Banks
Hermione Baddeley: Ellen
Karen Dotrice: Jane Banks
|Exit : ||1964|
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