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* RoleReprisal: In the Dutch dub, Mary Poppins is dubbed by actress Noortje Herlaar, who previously played her in the Dutch production of the [[Theatre/MaryPoppins stage play]].

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* RoleReprisal: RoleReprise: In the Dutch dub, Mary Poppins is dubbed by actress Noortje Herlaar, who previously played her in the Dutch production of the [[Theatre/MaryPoppins stage play]].


** Emily Mortimer plays Jane Banks, succeeding Karen Dotrice, who's in her 60s.

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** Emily Mortimer Creator/EmilyMortimer plays Jane Banks, succeeding Karen Dotrice, who's in her 60s.

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* CaliforniaDoubling: Averted. The film was shot in England, sometimes at the real London locations where the action is meant to be taking place. In contrast, the [[Film/MaryPoppins 1964 original]] was filmed entirely in California.

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* RoleReprisal: In the Dutch dub, Mary Poppins is dubbed by actress Noortje Herlaar, who previously played her in the Dutch production of the [[Theatre/MaryPoppins stage play]].


* SequelGap: Comes out a whopping ''fifty-four years'' after the original film.

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* SequelGap: Comes out a whopping ''fifty-four years'' after the original film. Less time passed ''in-universe'' (the TimeSkip separating the installments being less than half at only 25 years).


* YouLookFamiliar: Creator/DickVanDyke (Bert and Mr. Dawes Sr. in the original film). His RemakeCameo has him play Mr. Dawes Jr. instead.

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* YouLookFamiliar: Creator/DickVanDyke (Bert and Mr. Dawes Sr. in the original film). His RemakeCameo has him play Mr. Dawes Jr. instead., [[IdenticalGrandson whose appearance here is identical to his father]].


* DoingItForTheArt: Director Rob Marshall had to fight hard to include a sequence with classic-style hand-drawn animation, since the higher-ups at Disney believed audiences were no longer interested in the medium and that the sequence would work better in CGI. Marshall later recruited Duncan Studios in Florida to provide the 2D animation for the film, pulling many older Disney animators out of retirement to work on it.

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* DoingItForTheArt: Director Rob Marshall had to fight hard to include a sequence with classic-style hand-drawn animation, since the higher-ups at Disney believed audiences were no longer interested in the medium and that the sequence would work better in CGI. Marshall later recruited Duncan Studios in Florida to provide the 2D animation for the film, pulling many older Disney animators out of retirement to work on it. However, a CGI-reliant sequence was indeed included in the form of “Can You Imagine That”, which was itself based on a sequence that was to be 2D animated.



* RefittedForSequel: A RogerRabbitEffect underwater sequence, likely inspired by ''Mary Poppins Opens The Door'''s sixth chapter, "High Tide", was planned for the first film and ended up scrapped and retooled into "Beautiful Briny Sea" in ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''. Decades later, one such sequence has been integrated in ''Mary Poppins Returns'', albeit using realistic CGI rather than traditional animation.

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* RefittedForSequel: A RogerRabbitEffect underwater sequence, likely inspired by ''Mary Poppins Opens The Door'''s sixth chapter, "High Tide", was planned for the first film and ended up scrapped and retooled into "Beautiful Briny Sea" in ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''. Decades later, one such sequence has been integrated in ''Mary Poppins Returns'', albeit using realistic CGI rather than traditional animation.animation, and using a completely different song.


* DoingItForTheArt: Director Rob Marshall had to fight hard to include a sequence with classic-style hand-drawn animation, since the higher-ups at Disney believed audiences were no longer interested in the medium and that the sequence would work better in CGI. Marshall later recruited Duncan Studios in Florida to provide the 2D animation for the film, pulling many older Disney animators out of retirement to work on the film.

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* DoingItForTheArt: Director Rob Marshall had to fight hard to include a sequence with classic-style hand-drawn animation, since the higher-ups at Disney believed audiences were no longer interested in the medium and that the sequence would work better in CGI. Marshall later recruited Duncan Studios in Florida to provide the 2D animation for the film, pulling many older Disney animators out of retirement to work on the film.it.

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* DoingItForTheArt: Director Rob Marshall had to fight hard to include a sequence with classic-style hand-drawn animation, since the higher-ups at Disney believed audiences were no longer interested in the medium and that the sequence would work better in CGI. Marshall later recruited Duncan Studios in Florida to provide the 2D animation for the film, pulling many older Disney animators out of retirement to work on the film.


* RefittedForSequel: A RogerRabbitEffect underwater sequence, likely inspired by ''Mary Poppins Opens The Door'''s sixth chapter, "High Tide", was planned for the first film and ended up scrapped and retooled into "Beautiful Briny Sea" in ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''. Decades later, one such sequence has been integrated in ''Mary Poppins Returns''.

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* RefittedForSequel: A RogerRabbitEffect underwater sequence, likely inspired by ''Mary Poppins Opens The Door'''s sixth chapter, "High Tide", was planned for the first film and ended up scrapped and retooled into "Beautiful Briny Sea" in ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''. Decades later, one such sequence has been integrated in ''Mary Poppins Returns''. Returns'', albeit using realistic CGI rather than traditional animation.


** [[https://www.james-baker.com/news/mary-poppins-returns/ Concept art]] reveals that the scrapped "Chimpanzoo" idea from the first film, where humans are kept in cages for the entertainment of animals, was going to be [[RefittedForSequel used here]], before being scrapped once again.

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** [[https://www.james-baker.com/news/mary-poppins-returns/ Concept art]] reveals that the scrapped "Chimpanzoo" idea from the first film, where humans are kept in cages for the entertainment of animals, was going to be [[RefittedForSequel used here]], before being scrapped once again. again; the Blu-ray and digital copy include it as a bonus feature.


* RefittedForSequel: A RogerRabbitEffect underwater sequence, likely inspired by ''Mary Poppins Opens The Door'''s sixth chapter, "High Tide", was planned for the first film and ended up scrapped.[[note]]It was actually retooled into "Beautiful Briny Sea" in ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''.[[/note]] Decades later, one such sequence has been integrated in ''Mary Poppins Returns''.

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* RefittedForSequel: A RogerRabbitEffect underwater sequence, likely inspired by ''Mary Poppins Opens The Door'''s sixth chapter, "High Tide", was planned for the first film and ended up scrapped.[[note]]It was actually scrapped and retooled into "Beautiful Briny Sea" in ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''.[[/note]] ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''. Decades later, one such sequence has been integrated in ''Mary Poppins Returns''.


* FakeBrit: The Puerto Rican Lin-Manuel Miranda as the Cockney Jack the Lamplighter.

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* FakeBrit: The Puerto Rican Rican-American Lin-Manuel Miranda as the Cockney Jack the Lamplighter.


* CastingGag: Creator/AngelaLansbury's cameo as the Balloon Lady at the end in a role many speculate was originally intended as Creator/JulieAndrews' cameo. Landbsury was actually one of the actors considered to play Mary in the original film before losing the part to Andrews.


* CastingGag: Creator/AngelaLandsbury's cameo as the Balloon Lady at the end in a role many speculate was originally intended as Creator/JulieAndrews' cameo. Landbsury was actually one of the actors considered to play Mary in the original film before losing the part to Andrews.

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* CastingGag: Creator/AngelaLandsbury's Creator/AngelaLansbury's cameo as the Balloon Lady at the end in a role many speculate was originally intended as Creator/JulieAndrews' cameo. Landbsury was actually one of the actors considered to play Mary in the original film before losing the part to Andrews.

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