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Ch-ch-check it out (above)! The pic shows Walt and P.L. Travers — the legendary author of Mary Poppins — strolling Disneyland’s Main Street U.S.A. in 1961.
“She was a woman of quite eye-watering complexity and contradiction… Often I play people who are controlled by some very clear guiding moral principles. Like Margaret Schlegel [in Howards End], guided by the early principles of feminism and equal rights, and Elinor Dashwood [in Sense and Sensibility], guided by the principles of decency and honor.”
“There are very clear moral prisms these women pour life through, and I understand that very well. And [Travers] was not like that at all. She was far more chaotic and confused and morally various.”
That said, we simply cannot wait for the film's December 20th release!
[Image via Walt Disney Pictures.]