Fly back in time on the back of a kite with chimney sweeps dancing on the rooftops of London. Follow a curious bear, with a particular fondness for honey, on his adventures with a little piglet. Then, swing from tree to tree with apes and giant orangutans singing the words “I wanna be like you.” These childhood images are none other than the great works of Disney’s Mary Poppins (1964), Winnie-the-Pooh (1966) and The Jungle Book (1967). What makes these works truly magical are the musical scores and lyrics its creators, Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman (aka the “Sherman Brothers“), bestowed upon them.
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So there’s a place in Australia called MARYBOROUGH..— Jessica Rickson (@jessrickson) September 20, 2018
Where MARY POPPINS author PL TRAVERS was born..
AND IT HAS THESE TRAFFIC LIGHTS!!!!
Close your mouth please, we are not a codfish! #MaryPoppinsReturns ☂️ pic.twitter.com/05BOKPyMGa