Saving Mr. Banks Review: A Spoonful of Excellence

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We all know the classic that Mary Poppins became, but few knew the Herculean effort it took for Walt Disney to get the film made, as chronicled in Saving Mr. Banks. Disney had made a promise to his daughters that he would turn their favorite book into a film when they were young. Little did the man who was used to getting what he wanted know that it would take decades to fulfill a promise he made to two little girls.

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