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Summer 1963. "Julie Andrews on the set of the film Mary Poppins." Kodachrome from photos by Earl Theisen for the Look magazine assignment "Julie Andrews Goes to Hollywood." Today, with the opening of Saving Mr. Banks, you can see the 2013 Hollywood version of the story behind the making of this 50-year-old Hollywood version of the 80-year-old P.L. Travers story. View full size.