In Depression-era London, a now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, along with Michael's three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins following a personal loss. Through her unique magical skills, and with the aid of her friend Jack, she helps the family rediscover the joy and wonder missing in their lives.
This Christmas, when you lose your way, just remember the magic always returns.
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Did You Know?
Although the original setting of the first three Mary Poppins novels was the 1930s, Walt Disney changed this to the turn of the century for Mary Poppins
(1964). This film, set roughly twenty-five years after the the first, restores the 1930s setting. See more
[after Georgie opens the door to reveal Mary Poppins's entrance; he stares partially open-mouthed
Close your mouth, please, Michael, we are *still* not a codfish.
[he does so, then Jane giggles briefly
Jane Banks, still rather inclined to giggle, I see.
[she sets her carpet bag down on a small couch
Good heavens, it really is you! You seem hardly to have aged at all!
*Really*? How incredibly rude! One *never* discusses a woman's age, Michael. Would have hoped I taught you ...
The Walt Disney Pictures logo is set in 1930s London (Big Ben and Tower Bridge can be seen), amidst drizzly weather.
If one looks closely, Mary Poppins steps out of the castle and flies away. See more
The Place Where Lost Things Go
Music by Marc Shaiman
Lyrics by Scott Wittman
and Marc Shaiman
Performed by Emily Blunt See more