Saving Mr. Banks
History of staging of classical artistic Disney movie "Mary Poppins". When Walt Disney promised his daughters to make a movie of their favorite book, the tale of Pamela Travers "Mary Poppins", he did not even know that the fulfillment of this promise, he'll need more than twenty years. In an attempt to obtain the film rights to the book, Walt was faced with a wayward and intractable British writer, which in any case did not want her favorite character was "spoiled" Hollywood approach to filmmaking. Only in the early sixties, she agreed to come personally to Los Angeles and start negotiations about the film adaptation. For two weeks in 1961, lasted until negotiations with Pamela Travers, Walt Disney tried all the tricks. He presented ideas and sketches for the film, tried to impress writer splendid music written by the talented composers, Sherman brothers, and even arranged trips to Disneyland — but Travers did not go to any persuasions, and the famous filmmaker almost abandoned his plan.
- Country: AU, GB, US
- Language: English
- Budget: $35,000,000
- Revenue: Cumulative Worldwide $117,867,984