Meet The 'Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Woman' Jane From Mary Poppins.
Time flies, it surely does. It's been 52 years now when our favorite movie maker, Disney gave us Mary Poppins, 1964. From some of the fantastic lines like “just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down,” to mind boggling adjectives "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", this movie has given us one stop destination for all time entertainment, anyday anytime.
#4 Her Journey Began.
Not only did the movie gave us our favorite pass time, it also gave us some impeccable actors. One of them was Jane Banks, enacted by Karen Dotrice. Her career hiked up from Mary Poppins and was next seen in 'The Thirty-Nine Steps'. Recently she was spotted with Mary Poppins herself, Julie Andrews, at the 50th celebration of the movie.
Scroll down to know what our Jane has grown up to be.
#3 Her Fans Completes Her Life..
And so, she is lately being seen fulfil all her Fan's dream come alive. Like this little girl's. She indeed is the sweetest.
#2 Self-Pride Was Never Her Thing.
Where on Earth do you get to meet such fine personalities? Karen is one such darling celebrity we've had by far.
Do you know what she'd been entitled with ? Continue reading.
#1 Disney Legend!
In 2004, she was declared to be Disney Legend and we must agree how legit it is. She truly deserves this.
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