Mary Poppins Returns: Is It A Jolly Holiday? In 1964, the original Mary Poppins made Julie Andrews a movie star and introduced a generation to Dick Van Dyke's regrettable Cockney accent. Now, Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda head up Mary Poppins Returns.
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Mary Poppins Returns: Is It A Jolly Holiday?

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Mary Poppins Returns: Is It A Jolly Holiday?

Mary Poppins Returns: Is It A Jolly Holiday?

Mary Poppins Returns: Is It A Jolly Holiday?

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In Mary Poppins Returns, Jack (Lin-Manuel Miranda) and Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) attempt to help reignite the creative spark of the original Mary Poppins. Jay Maidment/Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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In Mary Poppins Returns, Jack (Lin-Manuel Miranda) and Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) attempt to help reignite the creative spark of the original Mary Poppins.

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In 1964, the original Mary Poppins made Julie Andrews a movie star and introduced a generation to Dick Van Dyke's regrettable Cockney accent. Now, Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda head up Mary Poppins Returns.

The audio was produced and edited by Vincent Acovino and Jessica Reedy.