“Saving Mr. Banks”
Walt Disney and “Mary Poppins” author P.L. Travers never went to Disneyland together. Also, Travers had already essentially signed away the rights to her work in 1960, before she even met Walt Disney. The film doesn’t even start its story until 1961, and that’s when we see Disney try to convince her to fork the rights over.
Also, in the movie Travers is seen crying in the movie theater while watching “Mary Poppins.” This really happened, but the film makes you think she’s crying due to happiness and relief, when in reality she was crying because it was still very jarring to see the name Mary Poppins on the big screen.
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