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Have you seen that movie? I had wanted to see it in the theater and then we never got there. We had to go to Sam's Club and pick up a few things and they had it so we got it and watched it tonight. Wow it was not what I thought it was going to be about and we were sobbing by the end. What a beautiful movie. Now if it was a perfect world they would have included Mary Poppins as part of the Blue Ray movie, cause now I want to watch it. I kept remembering that Dick Van Dyke was the kids Dad, and was confused for a while about the Mr. Banks person…I hope I was not the only one.
I was telling Jeff that Tom Hanks was in Saving Private Ryan, now Saving Mr. Banks…and they could have called Captain Phillips…Saving Captain Phillips….couldn't they?
Here is another cute card I did quite a while ago both sets are retiring.
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Well not to correct you sister dear….but Dick Van Dyke was not the kids dad – he was the chimney sweep! He was the one that had fun with the kids in the park and stuff. I'm not sure who the actor was that played the father. An older fella with a really round face.
I loved that movie though. Julie Andrews and all her characters – they don't make movies like that any more…..although…Nanny McPhee kind of reminded me of a Julie Andrews movie. It was cute, I liked it.
Diana Gibbs says
Hi Jacqui, I know that is what I said, I thought he was and then when we were watching realized the Mr. Banks was the Dad, it has been a long time since I have seen it.
Nanny McPhee was the same actress as in Saving Mr. Banks.
Love you too