The winds must have changed ... Mary Poppins and Bert the chimney sweep are back together again, nearly 50 years after the release of the classic "Mary Poppins" movie.
Together again: Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke pose at the "Saving Mr. Banks" L.A. premiere.
Stars Julie Andrews, 78, and Dick Van Dyke, 87, reunited at Monday's premiere of "Saving Mr. Banks," the new film about Walt Disney's battle to obtain the rights to P.L. Travers' beloved character.
Tom Hanks plays Walt Disney in "Saving Mr. Banks." Had Disney not succeeded in convincing P.L. Travers to let him make Mary Poppins, there would've been no Bert the chimney sweep role for Dick Van Dyke to play.
Tom Hanks stars as Disney and Emma Thompson as Travers in the new film, and both were on hand in Los Angeles to pose alongside cast members from the original movie.
Disney chairman and chief executive Bob Iger and actors including Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson, Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke attend the film premiere of "Saving Mr. Banks."
"Saving Mr. Banks" opens Dec. 13.
First published December 10 2013, 8:13 AM