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Film Society of Lincoln Center Presents "Mary Poppins"

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Add to Calendar 29-12-2011 29-12-2011 15 Film Society of Lincoln Center Presents "Mary Poppins" Share the rollicking Disney musical with a new generation, as umbrella-toting super-nanny Julie Andrews reinvents child care with the help of a little magic and a lot of fun. When Mary Poppins appears, the Banks family of London finds an answer to the misbehaviour of young Jane and Michael. As fresh and lively as ever, the film's tuneful, airborne delights are supported by a charming Dick Van Dyke as a chimneysweep, as well as a beautiful flight into an animated Sunday paradise. This one's a classic for a reason! (Robert Stevenson, U.S., 1964, Digital; 139 minutes.) Family Film-goers can stop at Indie Food and Wine before or after the film for an afternoon treat like the "indie lunch box," a meal that features a New York State cheddar grilled cheese sandwich on multi-grain bread with an apple and house-made hot chocolate ($6). http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=100051 Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center true DD/MM/YYYY
December 29, 2011
10:30am and 2pm
Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center
Manhattan
ALL
$6

Description: Share the rollicking Disney musical with a new generation, as umbrella-toting super-nanny Julie Andrews reinvents child care with the help of a little magic and a lot of fun. When Mary Poppins appears, the Banks family of London finds an answer to the misbehaviour of young Jane and Michael. As fresh and lively as ever, the film's tuneful, airborne delights are supported by a charming Dick Van Dyke as a chimneysweep, as well as a beautiful flight into an animated Sunday paradise. This one's a classic for a reason! (Robert Stevenson, U.S., 1964, Digital; 139 minutes.)

Family Film-goers can stop at Indie Food and Wine before or after the film for an afternoon treat like the "indie lunch box," a meal that features a New York State cheddar grilled cheese sandwich on multi-grain bread with an apple and house-made hot chocolate ($6).

Address: 144 W. 65th Street
Manhattan, NY 10023
Phone: 212-875-5600
Website: www.filmlinc.com

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