Mary Poppins is the ultimate family adventure that continues to bring smiles and joy to children and adults all over the world to this day.
For a nostalgic dose of flying nannies, penguin picnics, carousel horse races and dancing chimney-sweeps, relive some of the best moments from the magical adventure with the supercalifragilisticexpialidocious trailer here:
Bringing us legendary performances from Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke, the 1964 movie, laden with iconic songs and incredible special effects, remains one of the greatest musicals in the history of cinema.
Yet, whilst we may recall at least some projects in which Andrews and Van Dyke went on to star after Mary Poppins, this can't be said for the two other main leads, Jane and Michael Banks.
Following on from news of the upcoming Mary Poppins remake, I decided to delve a little bit into what happened to child actors Karen Doctrine and Matthew Garber, and quite frankly, I was not prepared for the tragic information that I found out.
Ultimately, if this isn't enough to dispel the facade of magic and happy smiles that was Mary Poppins, I don't know what is.