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Review: ‘Mary Poppins’ dazzling, but she’s hard to like

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Childlike innocence and imaginative power is a recurring theme within the world of P.L. Travers’ magical nanny “Mary Poppins.” Producer Cameron Mackintosh, along with millions of the rest of us, was captivated by Walt Disney’s transmutation of that enchantress as she whisked away fear and worry with a tea party on the ceiling, jumped and ambled away into the land of chalk drawings and high-kicked across the rooftops and chimney’s of London’s East End. Mackintosh ...


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