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MODEL and singer Nadia Forde has reconciled with her estranged mother, who made contact with her daughter after learning she is terminally ill.
FIFTY years after Mary Poppins hit our screens, Karen Dotrice - who played Jane Banks in the Disney favourite - has revealed what it was really like behind the scenes.
Facts about the wizarding world will be included at the end of each chapter, targeted to younger readers and encouraging a more interactive reading experience, which corresponds with the goal of Pottermore itself and encourages readers to visit.
Here are five shows that prove it. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1pqhEMa Maybe the thought of Julie Andrews singing "The Sound of Music" makes you break out in hives.
Hampshire youth theatre company, RicNic, has successfully staged an ambitious version of Broadway musical, Hello Dolly, to celebrate ten years of productions.
Ashlee Simpson must be a fan of Mary Poppins because she appeared to be wearing a hat just like the sweet old bird lady's in the 1964 Julie Andrews classic.
The Red Cross's 18th annual book fair opens at the Te Rapa Racecourse today and most of the items cost under $3.
The highly entertaining "little orchestra" known as Pink Martini has been described as a rollicking around-the-world musical adventure featuring a dozen musicians and vocalists who perform a multilingual repertoire on concert stages and with symphony orchestras throughout the world.
The married couple, along with the bank's frantic chief cashier Brian Runnicles, must decide what to do with the floods of photographs, books, films and eventually women that subsequently arrive.
Earlier this year, an event happened that did not receive wide notice. The last of the Von Trapp Family Singers, the last of the children---the real ones---died.
JANUARY 01: Photo of English actress Julie Andrews dressed as the title character from the 1964 film Mary Poppins.
The Austin-based dine-in theater will bring its latest DFW auditoriums to the new Music Factory in Las Colinas.
"The Wizard of Oz," starring Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale, celebrates its 75th anniversary on Aug. 25, and "Mary Poppins," starring Julie Andrews, celebrates its 50th anniversary on Aug. 27. Following are fun facts about the two movies.
That's more than a teaspoon of sugar! Iconic scenes from Mary Poppins mark 50 years since no-nonsense nanny became film star It is the ultimate feel-good Disney musical starring Dick Van Dyke, who possibly had the worst Cockney accent in cinematic history and Julie Andrews who played Mary Poppins.
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