Mary Poppins (1964)
Many years later, in 2001, there was a celebration of what would have been Walt Disney's 100th birthday, which included the dedication of the famous statue of Disney holding hands with Mickey Mouse. With his piano placed in front of the statue, Sherman played a number of songs, concluding with what he told the crowd was Walt Disney's favorite, saying that he would be playing it just for Walt.
As he completed the song, he blew a kiss to the statue. Just as he was finishing, a bird flew in out of nowhere and passed directly over Sherman. In the video that was made of this performance, the shadow of the bird can be seen as it passed overhead. Sherman said that the bird was a loving gesture from Walt himself.
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