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Mary Poppins (movie)

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  • Julie Andrews to publish a new memoir

    Julie Andrews to publish a new memoir
    If raindrops on roses, whiskers on kittens and Julie Andrews are a few of your favorite things, you're in luck.
  • Disney's 'Saving Mr. Banks' premiere brings out 'Mary Poppins' icons

    Disney's 'Saving Mr. Banks' premiere brings out 'Mary Poppins' icons
    Stars of old and new made the red carpet for the premiere of Disney's "Saving Mr. Banks" at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California on Sunday night. The highlight might have been the presence of "Mary Poppins" stars Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke....

    Review: Emma Thompson is a ripsnorter in 'Saving Mr. Banks'

    Review: Emma Thompson is a ripsnorter in 'Saving Mr. Banks'
    A creative dispute between a writer and a studio head over the direction of a prospective motion picture sounds like the kind of movie scenario only a lawyer could love. But when the writer is cranky, crusty P.L. Travers, who means it when she says "I...

    Gucci loans, Donatella approves, Tommy Bahama hits 'The Pitch'

    Donatella on "Donatella": Although we weren't even aware that Lady Gaga's upcoming album had a song about Donatella Versace on it (titled "Donatella" nonetheless), Ms. Versace isn't only aware of it, she "approves" of it. At least that's the takeaway from...

    Sherman brothers of 'Saving Mr. Banks' get in tune with a real one

    Sherman brothers of 'Saving Mr. Banks' get in tune with a real one
    In 1961, Disney songwriting stalwarts Robert and Richard Sherman struggled with adding tunes to the "Mary Poppins" screenplay. Oh, they had plenty of ideas — some Oscar-winning ones, as it turned out. But the process of persuading the story's author...