1. And who gets to see it but the birds, the stars, and the chimney sweeps?

    (Source: feedthebirds-tuppenceabag, via savingpltravers)

  2. danvotchka:

    While I was hanging around up there waiting for the shot to be set up, I felt myself drop by about a foot and I thought oh my god my luck is running out, this is it.  So I called down to the floor manager, ‘excuse me, I just felt the wire give just a little bit, and when I come down could you just be sure that you really let me down easy.’ I heard the word go back along the length of the studio, ‘Joe when she comes down, let her down easy, let her down really easy.’ At which point I dropped like a tone of bricks to the stage, and there was this odd silence and I let fly with a few Anglo-Saxon four letter words, which Disney had certainly never heard before. Then Joe’s voice from way at the back of the studio yelled, ‘is she down yet!’ 

    Dame Julie Andrews’ stunt work on Mary Poppins.

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  3. Julie Andrews explaining how the most famous mountain top twirl of all time was filmed.

    (Source: lejazzhot, via loverlyjulie)

  4. kittypackards:

    Julie Andrews as Pinocchio in a episode of The Julie Andrews Hour. (A Salute to Disney, 1972)

    Oh? Oh.

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  5. gameraboy:

    Tomorrowland, 1958. Check out the construction of the monorail, submarine voyage and the Matterhorn! From Kodak Presents Disneyland ‘59. More vintage Disney.

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  7. celiiia-streep:

    Tom Hank’s granddaughter first experience of Disneyland and Winnie the Pooh.

    Too good to not share!

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