Honest Trailers - Mary Poppins Honest Trailers - The Santa Clause 1 month ago   05:56

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Before you see Mary Poppins Returns see Disney's best live-action movie of the 60's (not a lot of competition) - It's Mary Poppins!

Watch the Honest Trailers Commentary to see an inside look from the writer's perspective!

Voiceover Narration by Jon Bailey
Title Design: Robert Holtby

Written by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Joe Starr, Lon Harris
Produced by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Joe Starr & Max Dionne

Edited by Kevin Williamsen and TJ Nordaker
Assistant Editor: Emin Bassavand

Music Composed by Matt Citron
Vocals by Matt Citron, Lynn Andrews, Annie Worden

Honest Trailers - Mary Poppins (1964)

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Screen Junkies
Which Mary Poppins song is your favorite?

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she's a witch. straight up. never realized it till now.
heather dawn
Please say: My grandma ate a purple fork
Ezron Nogard
Say “Please stand clear of the doors! “¡Por favor manténgase alejado de las puertas!””
Wizard’s Wild Wonders
Do Mary poppins returns please Jon bailey
Why wont they do brokeback mountain?
How many videos do we all have to ask this on; hopefully you're working on it?! The Mummy 1999! Please!😁 and follow up with two and three!!!
Anaïs Banneville
"FILTH AND GRIME FILTH AND GRIME" I actually spat out my cup of tea
Sara M
You should of made a comparison to Peter Pan as both movies are set in the Edwardian era, have a character that flies and both feature young kids being taken into magical worlds. Finally two characters are being played by the same actor.
Silentwrath Z
Wait a minute ,Harry potter and Mary Poppins share the same universe right?
Just WOW
I can't understand british
taylor Sparrow
Don't forget the only reason that Mr banks got his job back was because he killed his old boss with a dumb joke. And everyone was cool with it
Daniel Levinson
2:02 - 2:06 You're *partly* right... Then again, hanging the banner on Michael's kite is an alternative means of promoting the same cause.
Daniel Levinson
3:24 - 3:57 That sounds much more like Angela Lansbury than Julie Andrews... Was that intentional??
David Van Tonder
Forget Disney, Why hasn't Screen Junkies made their own musical! There parody songs are brilliant. That's the Mary Poppins I want to see!
Abigail Redding
This is not a shock. That's the real Walt Disney for you. He wasn't that wholesome type of guy that everyone thinks of. Look at the Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty movies. Yes, they have princesses, but Cinderella has a mouse character named Lucifer, for Snow White - the hunter is told take Snow White's heart out of her body, and for Sleeping Beauty, the evil lady turns into a dragon (which in the Bible, the dragon is again Lucifer / satan). This is the TRUE Disney. Even in the new Walt Disney movie, Malificient, she is wearing horns like the devil.
Noah White
"Magic Nanny and Full-Blown Narcissist"
Shut up. She's not arrogant, she's just right.
Katelyn Steele
The moms name is Winifred... Mr. Banks calls her that at least 7 times
Ame Kopung
Can you please do the honest trailer for Bad Boys before Bad Boys 3 comes out or at least Hot fuzz
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Honest Trailers - The Santa Clause Honest Trailers - Mary Poppins 1 month ago   04:19

WIth the holidays quickly approaching look back at this 90's classic that taught us the true meaning of Christmas: getting revenge on your ex-wife! It's "The Santa Clause"

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Voiceover Narration by Jon Bailey: http://youtube.com/jon3pnt0
Title design by Robert Holtby

Producers - Dan Murrell, Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, and Max Dionne
Written by Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, and Dan Murrell
Edited by Kevin Williamsen and TJ Nordaker