Actress Debbie Reynolds, center, presented the award for Best Picture at the Academy Awards in Santa Monica, Calif., April 5, 1965 by Richard M. Sherman, right, and Robert Sherman, left, for the movie. "Mary Poppins." Robert Sherman, who wrote the tongue-twisting "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and other enduring songs for Disney classics, died Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at the age of 86.
John Lee Hancock's Saving Mr. Banks Trailer, Art & Featurette | (http://vflm.tv/1bnpU31 ) The story of how Walt Disney and PL Travers, the woman who wrote the Disney milestone “Mary Poppins”. learn to work together to forge the classic film. Category: #Film Tagged: #AnnieRoseBuckley, #Cinema, #ColinFarrellPLTraversWaltDisney, #EmmaThompson, #Film, #JohnLeeHancock, #MaryPoppins, #Movies, #Teaser, #TomHanks, #Trailer, #Trailers
Celebrities Who Were Born on December 19 | Famous French cabaret Singer Edith Piaf, former NFL player Reggie White, founder and co-lead singer of Earth, Wind & Fire Maurice White, Robert B. Sherman (one half of the Sherman Brothers who wrote songs for musicals such as "The Jungle Book" and "Mary Poppins"), and The Rev. Martin Luther King Sr. were all born on this day in history.