In 1960, Julie Andrews (Carey Mulligan) is on the Broadway with My Fair Lady and Camelot in New York City with Rex Harrison and Richard Burton. In the TV Show of The Dick Van Dyke Show and stars to Dick Van Dyke (Emile Hirsch) with Mary Tyler Moore. In the backstage, Julie met Walt Disney in New York City for Camelot and he asked her to signed for Mary Poppins in the movie. In February 3, 1963, Julie with her husband, Tony Walton in the Walt Disney Studios to meet Dick on the sound stage. They begin to the filming of Mary Poppins for David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns, Ed Wynn, Karen Dotrice, Matthew Garber, P.L. Travers, and Arthur Malet. The last day of filming of Mary Poppins on September 1963. The premiere of Mary Poppins at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on August 27, 1964. Until 1964 Golden Globes Awards and 37th Academy Awards wins of the Best Actress, Julie Andrews on her name.
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