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Mary Shepard was the illustrator throughout the series. The books centre on the magical English nanny Mary Poppins , who is blown by the East wind to Number 17 Cherry Tree Lane, London, and into the Banks' household to care for their children.
Encounters with pavement-painters and shopkeepers, and various adventures ensue, until Mary Poppins abruptly leaves, i. Only the first three of the eight books feature Mary Poppins arriving and leaving.
The later five books recount previously unrecorded adventures from her original three visits. As Travers explains in her introduction to Mary Poppins in the Park , "She cannot forever arrive and depart.
The film Saving Mr. Banks depicted the making of the film. In , Disney Theatrical in collaboration with Sir Cameron Mackintosh who had previously acquired the stage rights from Travers produced a stage musical also called Mary Poppins in London's West End theatre.
The stage musical was transferred to Broadway , in New York, in , where it ran until its closing on 3 March Banks, their children Jane and Michael, and baby twins John and Barbara.
When the children's nanny, Katie Nanna, storms out in a huff, Mary Poppins arrives at their home, complete with her travelling carpet bag , blown in by a very strong East wind.
She accepts the job agreeing to stay "till the wind changes" , and the children soon learn that their nanny, though stern, vain and usually cross, has a magical touch that makes her wonderful.
Among the things Jane and Michael experience are a tea party on a ceiling with Mr. Wigg, a trip around the world with a compass, the purchase of gingerbread stars from the extremely old Mrs.
Corry, a meeting with the Bird Woman, a birthday party at the zoo among the animals, and a Christmas shopping trip with a star named Maia from the Pleiades cluster in the constellation Taurus.
In the end, in what is perhaps the most iconic image associated with Mary Poppins, she opens her umbrella and the West wind carries her away.
Mary Poppins contained a version of the chapter "Bad Tuesday" in which Mary and the children use a compass to visit places all over the world in a remarkably short period of time.
The original story in the edition contained a variety of cultural and ethnic types of Chinese, Native Alaskan or Inuit , sub-Saharan Africans, and Native Americans.
Travers responded to criticism by revising the chapter twice. A revision removed offensive words and stereotypical descriptions and dialogue, but kept the plot of visiting foreign people, and retained drawings of ethnic stereotypes standing at the compass-points.
In a second revision replaced people with animals; original illustrator Mary Shepard altered the four compass points in the accompanying drawing to show a polar bear at the north, a macaw at the south, a panda at the east, and a dolphin at the west.
One day, when Mrs. Banks sends the children out to the park, Michael flies his kite up into the clouds. Everyone is surprised, when Michael reels his kite in, to find that Mary Poppins is at the end of the string.
She takes charge of the children once again though she'll only stay " 'till the chain of her locket breaks". This time, Jane and Michael meet the fearsome Miss Andrew, experience an upside-down tea party , and visit a circus in the sky.
In the chapter "The New One" a girl, Annabel, is born into the Banks family, and concludes the family of now five children; three daughters and two sons.
As in Mary Poppins , Mary leaves at the end via an enchanted merry-go-round , throwing her locket towards the children as she disappears , but this time with a "return ticket, just in case" she needs to return.
When Mary last left the Banks children in Cherry Tree Lane, she took a "return ticket, just in case". In the third book, she returns to the park in front of Cherry Tree Lane the way she came, falling with fireworks.
Once again she takes up nanny duties in the Banks household and leads Jane, Michael, the toddler twins John and Barbara as well as the new baby girl Annabel on various magical adventures.
This time, they visit her cousin Fred Twigley, befriend a statue that has come to life, go riding on peppermint horses, and experience a garden party under the sea.
This fourth book contains six adventures of the Banks children with Mary Poppins during their outings in the park along Cherry Tree Lane.
Among the adventures they experience are a tea party with the people who live under the dandelions, a visit to cats on a different planet, and a Halloween dance party with their shadows.
Twenty-six vignettes one for each letter of the alphabet weave unexpected tales of Mary Poppins, the Banks children, and other characters from Travers's previous novels.
Each vignette is filled with fun and unusual words that start with the featured letter. Mary Poppins comes to the rescue when the Banks's family cook goes on an unexpected leave, teaching the young Banks children the basics of cooking in the process.
The book includes recipes. Mary Poppins takes the Banks children on yet another memorable adventure, this time on the magical Midsummer's Eve.
All kinds of strange things can happen, and even mythical figures can descend from the heavens. At the back of the book is a list of the herbs that are mentioned in the story, with their botanical, local and Latin names.
The residents of Cherry Tree Lane are distressed to learn that their beloved Number Eighteen, an empty house for which each neighbour has created an imaginary, wished-for tenant, is about to be occupied by Mr.
Banks' childhood governess , Miss Andrew, otherwise known as "the Holy Terror". Her dreaded arrival brings a pleasant surprise as well, for Luti, a boy from the South Seas , has accompanied her as both servant and student.
Delighted by the prospect of a new friend, Jane and Michael are frustrated by the restrictions that the hypochondriacal Miss Andrew has placed on Luti, who grows more and more homesick for his family and tropical surroundings.
When the call in his heart to return home becomes more than he can bear, it is Mary Poppins who makes the trip possible by means of a visit to the Man in the Moon.
The character was first brought to life in an early television play telecast live in by CBS television, as part of their anthology series Studio One.
She was played by character actress Mary Wickes. Marshall portrayed Mr. Banks and future Lassie child star Tommy Rettig played Michael. David Opatoshu played Bert, who was a Match Man a seller of matches in this version.
Mary Poppins was made into a film based on the first four books in the series by Walt Disney Productions in Travers as early as , but was rebuffed because Travers did not believe a film version of her books would do justice to her creation and did not want an animated cartoon based on it.
The books had been a favourite of Disney's daughters when they were children, and he finally succeeded in purchasing the rights in , although Travers demanded and got script approval rights.
The relationship is also the subject of the Disney film Saving Mr. The process of planning the film and composing the songs took about two years.
Songs in the film are by the Sherman Brothers. Mary Poppins is played by British actress Julie Andrews. The film features a mix of adventures and episodes taken from each of the existing novels, and new events created for it.
In notable differences from the original novels, the film does not include the characters John, Barbara, or Annabel Banks, and has Mary Poppins herself characterised as noticeably kinder.
The film received widespread acclaim from critics and audiences, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture with Julie Andrews winning the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as Mary Poppins.
The movie takes place in the year Author P. Travers resisted selling the stage rights to the Mary Poppins stories for many years, as a result of her dislike of the film version, and her perception of being treated discourteously by Walt Disney at the film's premiere.
After the Picketwire stage production in La Junta, Colorado, Travers eventually sold the stage rights to London theatre producer Cameron Mackintosh.
The world premiere of the stage adaptation of Mary Poppins took place at the Bristol Hippodrome in the United Kingdom in September The production then moved to the Prince Edward Theatre in London's West End on 15 December , where it ran for three years before closing in January The show transferred to a UK national tour, and a number of international versions were staged, including a long Broadway run in New York City.
On 14 September , Disney announced a new Mary Poppins film was to be made, with a new plot and new songs, although in P. Travers' final will, another movie version was not to be made according to her wishes.
The film is directed by Rob Marshall and written by David Magee. Songs are composed by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman , who both received support from Richard Sherman , who, along with his late brother-collaborator Robert Sherman wrote the iconic song score of the original Mary Poppins film.
The film is not a reboot or remake of the original film; in this film Mary Poppins revisits the now-adult Banks children from the first film and takes charge of the three children of Michael Banks.
It is loosely based on the other seven Mary Poppins books by Travers and expands beyond them. Mary Poppins is a magical nanny who sweeps into the Banks home on Cherry Tree Lane and takes charge of the Banks children.
She never acknowledges her strange and magical powers, and feigns insult when one of the children refers to her previous adventures.
At the end of the first book she opens up her umbrella to the West Wind and lets it lift her up into the air and away from the children. In the books there are five Banks children: Jane the eldest , Michael , fraternal twins John and Barbara , and Annabel.
Jane and Michael are the eldest and go on most of the magical adventures with Mary Poppins; they are the most prominent and vocal of the Banks children.
John and Barbara are toddler twins who only start going on adventures in the second book. Annabel is the youngest and is born midway through the second book.
Though the ages of the children are never made explicit, Jane is estimated to be around seven years old in Mary Poppins , and John and Barbara have their first birthday in the same book and appear to be around two years old when Annabel is born.
Only Jane and Michael appear in the film and stage musical. John and Annabel appear in the film Mary Poppins Returns , but are presented as being Michael's children, rather than his siblings.
Michael also has a third child in the film named Georgie most likely named after Michael's father. George Banks is Mary Poppins' employer.
He works at a bank and lives at No. In the books he is rarely present, but is gruffly loving of his wife and children. In the film he has a more prominent role as a cross man preoccupied with work who wants order and largely ignores his children and wife, but later on his attitude changes for the better, as Bert convinces him that while he focuses on his life at the bank, his whole life, including his children's childhood, is passing him by.
Nothing of this is so much as mentioned in the book. His role in the stage musical is similar to the film, but he has an additional back-story drawn from the original books, in which he was ignored by his parents and tormented by a cruel governess during his childhood.
He is often consumed in his work and, throughout the film, was shown to neglect his children. But he was not a static character; his attitude changed throughout the film to finally becoming the type of affectionate father that most children would wish for, shown most prominently with him fixing his children's kite and taking them to go fly it outside.
Though this is not the character specifically created in the books, he is represented well. Though he came across as brash and harsh and remained that way in the books, Disney felt that would be a pessimistic persona to portray.
The title of the film Saving Mr. Banks as explained in dialogue at the film's climax arises from the interpretation that Mary Poppins is actually not there to save the children, but to save their father.
The film surmises that Travers wrote the Mary Poppins novels as a form of atonement for her inability as a child to save her own father from his own flaws.
This theme of fatherly salvation notably formed the basis of the major dramatic moments in the film, including the climax involving Mr Banks' somber nighttime walk through London.
Her first name is never revealed in the books, but was given as Winifred in the film and the stage musical.
In the books, she is the struggling mistress of the Banks household, and is easily intimidated by Mary Poppins, who treats her with thinly veiled contempt.
In the film, she is a strident suffragette in public; at home, she is the typical Edwardian wife who is treated somewhat satirically.
The reason she was made into a suffragette in the film was to explain why she sometimes did not have time to look after her children. In the stage musical, she is a former actress who is under constant pressure from her husband as she struggles to enter his social circle.
The Park Keeper is a prominent supporting character in the books. He frequently appears in scenes taking place in the park, one of Mary's favourite places to take the children.
He is very particular and obsessive about the Park's Bye-Laws and such. Travers, who wrote eight Mary Poppins books from to The vast space is overflowing with costumes, props, concept art, set models, and more items used so far in the making of the film.
Because any of these many marvelous objects could spark new flights of imagination in the minds of future believers.
Mary Poppins is, of course, all about imagination, both the kind that a nanny uses to bring joy to a floundering family and the kind Marshall and his Disney-powered team use to bring this story to life in Mary Poppins Returns.
Because without imagination, even a giant clock tower inside a sound stage is just a fancy pile of two-by-fours and nails and paint.