When Mary Poppins turned 40 years old, it was released on DVD in a two-disc Special Edition for the first time on December 14, 2004.
Experience the extraordinary animation, dazzling special effects and award-winning music of Walt Disney's Mary Poppins in this fully restored and remastered 2-Disc 40th Anniversary Edition!
Join the "practically perfect" Mary Poppins (Julie Andrews) for a "Jolly Holiday" as she magically turns every chore into a game and every day into a whimsical adventure. Along the way, you'll be enchanted by unforgettable characters such as the multitalented chimney sweep Bert (Dick Van Dyke). Unpack Mary's magical carpetbag full of bonus features, including an all-new animated short, games and a never-before-heard deleted song. You won't need "A Spoonful Of Sugar" to love every moment of this timeless Disney classic!
- State Of The Art Picture & Sound
- Remixed with 5.1 Disney Enhanced Home Theater Mix
- Uncovers dialogue previously inaudible on the original track
- Enhanced sound effects create a whole new listening experience
- Bonus Short
- All new animated adventure hosted by Julie Andrews-The Cat That Looked At A King from Mary Poppins Opens The Door by P.L. Travers
- Music & More
- Magical Music Reunion: Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke and Richard Sherman gather around the piano and reminisce about making the film
- Disney's Song Selection: Sing along to "A Spoonful Of Sugar," "Jolly Holiday" and more
- Never before heard deleted song "Chimpanzoo"
- Backstage Disney
- A definitive look at Walt Disney's movie making magic and the creation of this classic film
- Never before seen footage newly discovered from the Disney Vault
- Poppins Pop-Up Fun Facts: Fun filled facts and trivia about the actors, the songs, the story and more
- "I Love To Laugh" Set Top Game
- All New Audio Commentary with Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke
- The 1964 Gala World Premiere
- And Much, Much More!
- Brother Bear (March 30, 2004)
Shortly after this DVD appeared in stores, Mary Poppins aired on Disney Channel on December 26, 2004. The film made its ABC Family premiere on December 11, 2006, and since then aired there monthly until 2010, usually on the 25 Days of Christmas block.