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Practically perfect in every way.
―Mary Poppins' measurement


Mary Poppins is the titular protagonist of Disney's 1964 musical film of the same name and its sequel. She is a nanny who uses her magical powers to help the Banks family. Since her debut, she has become one of Disney's most iconic and endearing characters. The Disney iteration (as portrayed by Julie Andrews) is regular figure in pop-culture even to this day, receiving many parodies. This notably makes her one of the few live-action Disney characters to gain the critical acclaim of icons such as Mickey Mouse and Tinker Bell.

Background

Though it is never explained where Mary really comes from, it is said that she lives outside of time, meaning that she apparently does not age. She is seen sitting on a cloud above London near the beginning of the film, however.

It is known that she has a friend named Bert and an uncle named Albert (though it is unclear if he is her blood relative, as others call him that as well), who both live in London in 1910.

Personality

Mary is described as being "practically perfect in every way." As a nanny, she is fairly stern, but also kind and nurturing. She is shown to possess various magical abilities including the ability to speak to animals and transport herself and others to various places (including sidewalk chalk pictures), as well as flight. However, afterward, she will deny any usage of these powers and her many voyages and adventures, presumably to keep them a secret from the public.

Appearances

Mary Poppins

Mary first appears at the beginning of the film, sitting on a cloud fixing her makeup. Later, she responds to Jane and Michael Banks' advertisement for a kind nanny. After all the other nanny candidates are literally blown away by the wind, she quickly takes charge and effectively hires herself, much to the surprise of George Banks. He is especially confused as he had previously torn up the advertisement and tossed it into the fireplace.

Mary goes up to her room and introduces herself to the children. While unpacking, she astounds them with her bottomless carpet bag, which contains such items as a hat stand, a mirror, a large plant, and a lamp. She takes out her tape measure and measures the children. Michael is said to be extremely stubborn and suspicious, while Jane is inclined to giggle and leave messes. They then ask to measure her, who complies. The tape measure shows a personalized message which says that she is "practically perfect in every way". It also has her name, which is revealed to them.

Next, Mary leads the children in a game, which turns out to be tidying up the nursery using magic. Simply by snapping, beds fold themselves, and toys put themselves away. After it is clean, she takes them on an outing. Though they intend to go to the park, they run into Bert, who is an old friend of hers. He scoffs at the mundane nature of the outing and notes that with her, unusual things happen. He is then able to goad her into transporting them into one of his sidewalk chalk pictures, which is the English countryside.

While the children enjoy a nearby fair, Mary and Bert stroll through the countryside and enjoy a lunch together. However, their relationship is said to be merely platonic in nature. Later, Mary, Bert, and the children ride a carousel, and at Mary's word, the horses jump off. Eventually, she leads them to a horse race, which she wins handily. When asked by reporters for a word to describe her emotions at winning, she reveals her all-purpose word, "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious". However, a rainstorm hits and washes off the drawing, forcing her to cut the outing short. That night the children ask her to stay forever, but she promises to only do so until the wind changes.

The next day, Mary takes the children with her to run errands, but an emergency calls them to other matters: Uncle Albert is floating in the air due to too much laughter and is unable to come down. She attempts to keep everyone calm, as the "disease" is contagious. But after Bert and the children are all affected as well, Mary allows them to have tea while floating in the air. However, everyone is able to come down after being faced with the sad thought that they must go home.

That night, worried by his children's recount of the day's events, George tries to fire Mary but is soon manipulated in taking them to the bank where he works. The next day also happens to be Mary's day off, and so when the outing ends in disaster, Winifred Banks is forced to hire Bert to watch the children. He allows them to watch as he cleans the chimney. Mary soon appears, warning them of the danger. Both fly up it in rapid succession. Mary and Bert follow, and they take the time to explore the rooftops. They meet up with Bert's chimney sweep friends, and eventually all return to the Banks' home, where everyone parties. George returns from work and demands an explanation, which Mary refuses to give. Later, it is revealed that as a result of what happened during the outing, that he had been sacked. However, remembering Mary's all-purpose word, he is able to laugh.

The next day, Mary is seen preparing to leave, as the wind has changed. However, during the night, it is revealed that George has had a change of heart and has decided to be a more caring father. This pleases the children so much that they forget to say goodbye to Mary. She notes that everything is as it should be and it is implied that she has helped numerous families like the Banks. She then flies off and Bert, noticing her, asks her not to stay away too long.

Mary Poppins Returns

Mary Poppins Returns (17)

Mary in Mary Poppins Returns

Mary appears in the sequel, played by Emily Blunt who replaces Julie Andrews in the role of the character in the sequel. After Michael, who is now grown up and with three children of his own, has a personal loss, she comes back into the lives of the Banks family. She is joined by Jack, a street lamplighter, and her eccentric cousin, Topsy.

Mary Poppins appears telling Georgie, John, and Annabel to be more careful when flying the kite. Upon arriving, she introduces herself to Jack. As Mary leads the children back home, Michael and Jane are happy to see her back. While talking to the family, Mary explains to the children's father that she wants her duty back. Just as the children talk to Mary in their bedroom, Mary and the children arrive at the bathroom where she sings the musical number "Can You Imagine That?" just as she transforms the ordinary bathtub into a magical bathtub. As Georgie plans to take a bath, the children end up in an underwater world sequence alongside Mary. As they swim along, Mary and the children swim across the underwater sequence as the group encounters a pod of dolphins putting the three into bubbles to reach the surface as Mary pops the bubbles so the three can be in their bathtub. Just as the pod of dolphins leap across the bathtub, Mary opens the drain plug, causing her and the children to end up back at their house.

Back at home, Mary tells Georgie to take out the rubbish to which Georgie grabs a drawing of his family while carrying the box of rubbish so he can throw it away. At the nursery, Mary tells Georgie to fix the broken kite Michael used to play with while John helps out with Ellen in the kitchen. Mary talks to Jack outside where he tells her that he has seen the Banks family ever since to which she notices the argument between the children fighting over the Royal Doulton bowl. Mary then spins the bowl, causing Mary, Jack, and the children to end up in the animated sequence where all the inhabitants are anthropomorphic animals. At the carriage, Jack, Mary, and the children fix it just as Shamus takes the children across the animated sequence.

During the musical number "The Royal Doulton Music Hall", Mary, Jack, and the rest of the children stroll across the animated sequence where all the inhabitants are anthropomorphic animals just as Jack encourages Mary to participate on stage. She and Jack later perform with all the anthropomorphic animals on stage, including the Penguin Waiters, during the musical number "A Cover is Not the Book" while Georgie, John, and Annabel notice their plush giraffe Gillie being stolen by the Wolf; the children manage to save Gillie from the Wolf as the three end up at the edge of the bowl. Back at home, Mary tells that the children must be having a nightmare during the chase sequence where she sings to the children that nothing is lost forever, comforting them and telling them to sleep.

Mary then greets Jane the next day just as she, Jack, and the children leave the house as Admiral Boom and Mr. Binnacle fire their cannon to mark the signal just as Mary, Jack, and the children arrive at Topotrepolovsky's All Repairs Large and Small Fix-it Shop to fix the broken bowl where the group encounters Topsy who refuses to let the group in. Barging into Topsy's shop, Mary and the group encounter Topsy who refuses to fix the broken bowl at first because of Second Wednesday. Topsy then introduces the group in her shop about everything going topsy-turvy in her shop. Topsy, however, agrees to accept Mary's request to fix the Royal Doulton bowl just as the group leaves the shop.

Walking across London, the group encounters Jane again where Jack encourages her to ride on the bike just as Mary and the children arrive at the bank to see Mr. Wilkins who would help with the Banks family's house. It is later found out that Mr. Wilkins is identical to the Wolf from the animated sequence who is also an obstacle in both the real world and the animated sequence just as the children tell their father about this to which their father Michael tells Mary to take the children back to Cherry Tree Lane. On their way to Cherry Tree Lane, the children are discussing about Wilkins' true nature while Mary plans to take them home on a foggy night.

Encountering Jack again, he performs the musical number "Trip a Little Light Fantastic" just Jack shows Mary and the children across the street encountering a group of lamplighters while Mary and the children encounter the lamplighters participating in a dance number; Jack and the lamplighters dance together in Cherry Tree Lane just as Mary and the children return home.

Seeing the Certificate of Shares on the kite patched up by the children, Michael realizes that this is linked to the bank, having only about seven midnights till midnight to which Mary agrees to help the children turn back time with help from Jack to turn back time. Mary manages to help Jack stop the clock before it strikes midnight to which afterwards, she tells Jack to relight the clock much to Wilkins' chagrin; later, the children's Michael tells him that the children are telling the truth just as Mr. Dawes Jr. confronts Wilkins for his lies and deception to the Banks family, telling the lawyers to take him away.

With Wilkins taken away, the children retain their home back just as Mary happily watches the Banks family and everyone happily using balloons during the musical number "Nowhere to Go But Up" just as the Balloon Lady gives Mary a balloon. Mary however, lets the balloon go just as she bids a farewell to the Banks family and leaves via her umbrella to mark the end of the film.

Other appearances

Mary makes a cameo appearance at the end of the Oscar-winning short It's Tough to Be a Bird flying over M.C. Bird.

In Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Mary's silhouette can be seen briefly amongst the chaos of Toontown when Yosemite Sam leaps over the universe's barrier with his "biscuits" on fire.

In the Mickey Mouse cartoon "The Birthday Song", Mary is one of the guests at Mickey's party (though her face is unseen).

Musical

Matt Lee & Lisa O'Hare - Step in Time

Mary Poppins: The Musical

In the theatrical version, like the film, Mary is hired as a nanny after the departure of Katie Nanna. She teaches the children valuable lessons in behavior, as they are portrayed as naughtier than in the film and books. She teaches them the value of looking past appearances when she takes them to see Bert. To illustrate the point, she animates the park statues. Later on, she takes the children to see George at the bank. Though he is furious at first, the visit helps him realize just how much his values have changed and how much they mean to him. On the way home, she introduces them to the Bird Woman, as well as Mrs. Corry. That night, she warns Jane, who is in a temper after an outburst from George, about controlling herself. As Mary leaves the room, the children are put on trial by their toys. When they are found guilty, Mary realizes that the Banks family has a lot to learn. To bring them to their senses, she decides to leave.

In the second act, Mary returns after the Banks family suffers through the tyrannical behavior of Mrs. Andrews, George's former nanny. The two nannies have a face-off, with Mary being victorious. Mary and the children have another adventure with Bert, who introduces them to his chimney sweep friends. Later, when George is called to the bank, Mary follows him with the children in tow. At the end with some regret, Mary leaves the Banks family.

Printed Media

Kingdom Keepers

Mary is mentioned in the final book of the saga, Disney At Last, by Bert. She helps the Fairy Godmother and Peter Pan gather all of the heroes to attend a meeting at the Fantasyland Theatre.

Video games

Disney Infinity

Mary makes a cameo appearance in Disney Infinity as a townsperson. In the 3DS version, when she appears, she will allow the player or the CPU to move to another space as long as there is no other character on it.

Disney Parks

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Mary at one of the Disney Parks

Mary is seen at all the Disney Parks around the world as a meetable character, as well as appearing in parades and shows. She is sometimes seen with Bert and/or the penguin waiters. She is dressed in her white outfit from the Jolly Holiday musical number (though unlike the outfit from the film, her hat can't be taken off), though she mentions her others from it frequently to guests and does wear her nanny one in the film from time to time, particularly in colder Florida weather.[1]

Mary also appeared as an audio-animatronic figure in The Great Movie Ride with Bert in a scene based on "Chim Chim Cher-ee".

Mary, Bert, and a few of the chimney sweeps can be seen in their own float segment of Mickey's Soundsational Parade at Disneyland.

Mary can be seen alongside Bert in Fantasmic!

In the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy cruise ships, Mary makes an appearance in Believe, where she and other Disney "magic makers" help an uptight father believe in magic.

Mary is also seen with Bert in Disney's Once Upon a Dream Parade at Disneyland Paris.

Gallery

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Trivia

  • Mary was the namesake of MAPO, the animatronics and vehicle manufacturing unit of Walt Disney Imagineering that operated from the 1960s until 2012. The unit took this name as it was established by using some of the profits from the film.
  • Mary was nominated for AFI's 100 Year...100 Hero and Villain list, one of three Disney heroes, along with Peter Pan and Belle. Unfortunately, none of them made the cut.
  • Angela Lansbury, Mary Martin, Bette Davis, Jane Wyman, Shirley MacLaine, Maureen O'Hara, Lauren Bacall, Nancy Olson, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Taylor, Kay Walsh, Sally Ann Howes, and Audrey Hepburn were all considered for the role of Mary.
  • In the opening ceremony for the 2012 Olympics, Mary was given a tribute performance in which she chased away the evil Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter franchise with thousands of other Marys.
  • In the DCOM Lemonade Mouth, when the band is lying down in Olivia White's backyard, a cloud was noticed of "An old lady with a skirt & an umbrella." This may represent Mary, as it shows her comic stance when flying.
  • In the Marvel Studios film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Peter Quill/Star-Lord remarks that Yondu Udonta's floating down to the ground makes him look like Mary. Assuming the character to be "cool" (and male), Yondu joyfully shouts, "I'm Mary Poppins, y'all!"

References


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Media
Films: Mary PoppinsMary Poppins ReturnsThe Cat That Looked at a KingMary Poppins (video)Mary Poppins Returns (video)

Music: Mary PoppinsMusicalThe Legacy CollectionMary Poppins Returns
Books: Big Golden BookLittle Golden BookPractically Poppins in Every Way

Disney Parks
Garden of the Twelve FriendsMary PoppinsThe Great Movie Ride

Entertainment: Disney's BelieveDisney Classics: The Music & The MagicMickey's Magical Music WorldOne Man's Dream II: The Magic Lives OnOnce Upon a Mouse
Restaurants: Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe
Parades: Celebrate A Dream Come True ParadeDisney's Dreams On Parade: Moving OnDisney's Magical Moments ParadeDisney's Party ExpressDisney Cinema ParadeDisney Magic on ParadeDisney on Parade: 100 Years of MagicDisney Stars on ParadeDisney Stars 'n' CarsDreaming Up!Happiness is Here ParadeMickey's Soundsational ParadeThe Wonderful World of Disney Parade
Fireworks: Believe... There's Magic in the StarsDisney Dreams!Disney Movie MagicDisneyland ForeverFantasy in the SkyMagical
Spring: Disney's Easter WonderlandDisney's Spring Promenade

Characters
Mary Poppins: Mary PoppinsBertGeorge BanksWinifred BanksJane BanksMichael BanksPenguin WaitersFoxAdmiral Boom and Mr. BinnacleUncle AlbertMr. Dawes Sr.Katie NannaMrs. BrillEllenMr. Dawes Jr.Constable JonesThe Pearly BandMiss Lark

Mary Poppins Returns: William Weatherall WilkinsJackTopsyThe Balloon LadyClydeShamusJohn BanksAnnabel BanksGeorgie BanksAngusHamilton Gooding and Templeton FryeThe Park KeeperPenny Farthing

Locations
London
Songs
Mary Poppins: Sister SuffragetteThe Life I LeadThe Perfect NannyA Spoonful of SugarJolly HolidaySupercalifragilisticexpialidociousStay AwakeI Love to LaughFeed the Birds (Tuppence a Bag)A British BankFidelity Fiduciary BankChim Chim Cher-eeStep in TimeA Man Has DreamsLet's Go Fly a Kite

Mary Poppins Returns: (Underneath the) Lovely London SkyA ConversationCan You Imagine That?The Royal Doulton Music HallA Cover is Not the BookThe Place Where Lost Things GoTurning TurtleTrip a Little Light FantasticNowhere to Go But Up
Musical: Temper, TemperPractically PerfectAnything Can Happen
Deleted Songs: The Anthropomorphic ZooThe ChimpanzooThe Right SideThe Land of SandAdmiral BoomMary Poppins' MelodyYou Think, You BlinkThrough The Eyes of LoveWest WindTiki TownThe North Pole Polka


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Moana: MoanaMauiPuaHeiheiTamatoaKakamora
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers: ChipDaleGadgetMonterey Jack
Phineas and Ferb: Perry
The Lion Guard: KionOnoBungaBeshteFuli
DuckTales (2017): Scrooge McDuckHuey, Dewey, and LouieWebby Vanderquack
Kingdom Hearts: SoraRikuKairiAquaXemnasAnsem, Seeker of DarknessVentusTerra • Chirithy • LeaYoung Xehanort
UniBEARsity: Mocha • Pudding • Whip • Puffy • Mont • Blanc • Souffle • Blue Rose • Charmant • Portiron • Rogue Rose • Fauve • Lucien • Horloge • La Mer • Ma Puce
Sofia the First: SofiaMinimusSkye
Elena of Avalor: Elena
Enchanted: Giselle
Disney Fairies: PeriwinkleRosettaSilvermist
The Sword in the Stone: WartMerlin

Pixar
Toy Story: WoodyBuzz LightyearBo PeepHammAlienJessieRexBullseyeStinky PeteLotsoForkyDucky and Bunny

A Bug's Life: FlikDotHeimlich
Monsters, Inc.: SulleyMikeBooRandallCeliaRozFungusGeorge Sanderson
Cars: Lightning McQueenMaterSallyDoc HudsonJackson StormCruz RamirezMackMiss Fritter
Finding Nemo: NemoDoryMarlinCrushBruceDestinyBaileyHankDebSquirtNigelGillSheldonPearlDarlaCharlieJenny
WALL-E: WALL-EEVE
Ratatouille: RemyLinguini
Up: Carl FredricksenDugKevinRussell
Inside Out: JoySadnessAngerDisgustFearBing Bong
The Good Dinosaur: Arlo
Onward: Ian LightfootBarley Lightfoot

Disney Parks
MonorailWalter E. DisneyDumboMad Tea PartySplash MountainAstro OrbiterMatterhorn BobsledsThe Haunted MansionAlbertEnchanted Tiki RoomOrange BirdPirates of the CaribbeanJungle CruiseBig AlBonnie BearTower of Terror
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The Avengers: Iron ManCaptain AmericaThorThe HulkBlack WidowHawkeyeFalconWar MachineWinter SoldierAnt-ManBlack PantherVisionSharon Carter

Ultimate Spider-Man: Spider-ManVenomGreen GoblinMiles MoralesLizardRhinoDoctor OctopusIron SpiderSpider-GwenKraven the HunterHobgoblin
Guardians of the Galaxy: Star-LordGamoraRocket RaccoonGrootDrax
Marvel's Women of Power: WaspElektraCaptain MarvelShe-HulkSpider-Woman
Marvel Icons: DaredevilDoctor StrangeGhost RiderMs. MarvelThanos

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Episodes
Mickey Mouse

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Songs
Jing-A-Ling-A-Ling • I'm Alive • Swimming Hole • Our Homespun Melody • Carried AwayNothing Can Stop Us Now

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