Mary Poppins

LaserDisc info
Title: Mary Poppins
Original Title: Mary Poppins
IMDb / Disneyinfo:   
Country: Japan Japan
NTSC / PAL: NTSC
Reference: LA128L-12040
Type: CLV
Category: Animation, Live Action
Genre: Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Year: 1964
Release Date: 25-04-1989
UPC: T4966237040393
ISBN: None
Catalog Number: ???
Price: 12800 JPY
Manufactured By: DADC Japan
Production: Walt Disney Productions
Distribution: Bandai Co.
Length: 140 Minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Sides: 3
Chapter(s): 19
Size: 12 inch
Obi: Yes
Stereo: English
Subtitles: Japanese out of picture
Mint Marks Sample: LA128L12040 F0325 93193 1
LA128L12040 F0326 93194 1
LA128L12040 F0327 93201 1
DN001 91062 2
Synopsis
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Cast
Original Other
Julie Andrews - Mary Poppins
Dick Van Dyke - Bert / Mr. Dawes Senior (as Navckid Keyd)
David Tomlinson - Mr. George W. Banks
Glynis Johns - Mrs. Winnifred Banks
Hermione Baddeley - Ellen - Maid
Reta Shaw - Mrs. Brill - Cook
Karen Dotrice - Jane Banks
Matthew Garber - Michael Banks
Elsa Lanchester - Katie Nanna
Arthur Treacher - The Constable
Reginald Owen - Admiral Boom
Ed Wynn - Uncle Albert
Jane Darwell - The Bird Woman
Arthur Malet - Mr. Dawes Junior
James Logan - Bank Doorman
Don Barclay - Mr. Binnacle - Admiral's Servant
Alma Lawton - Mrs. Corry - Old Woman in Park
Marjorie Eaton - Miss Persimmon - Old Woman in Park
Marjorie Bennett - Miss Lark - Old Woman in Park
Walter Bacon - Citizen (uncredited)
Frank Baker - Bearded Gentleman in Bank (uncredited)
Robert Banas - Chimney Sweep (uncredited)
Rudy Bowman - Minor Role (uncredited)
Marc Breaux - Cow (voice) (uncredited)
Art Bucaro - Chimney Sweep (uncredited)
Daws Butler - Turtle / Penguin (voice) (uncredited)
Roy Butler - Bank Safe Gentleman (uncredited)
Colin Campbell - Bank Vault Employee (uncredited)
Jane Crowley - Citizen (uncredited)
Cyril Delevanti - Mr. Grubbs (uncredited)
George DeNormand - Pedestrian (uncredited)
Peter Ellenshaw - Penguin Waiter (voice) (uncredited)
Harvey Evans - Chimney Sweep Dancer (uncredited)
Charles Fogel - Citizen (uncredited)
Paul Frees - Barnyard Horse (voice) (uncredited)
Betty Lou Gerson - Old Crone (uncredited)
Clive Halliday - Mr. Mousley (uncredited)
Sam Harris - Citizen (uncredited)
Ed Haskett - Man in Park / Man in Bank (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes - Minor Bank Clerk (uncredited)
David Hillary Hughes - Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Kay E. Kuter - Man in Bank (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr - Gentleman in Bank (uncredited)
Bill Lee - Ram (voice) (uncredited)
Queenie Leonard - Lady in the Bank (uncredited)
Doris Lloyd - Depositor (uncredited)
Lester Matthews - Mr. Tomes (uncredited)
Bert May - Dancer (uncredited)
Sean McClory - Hound / Reporter #4 (voice) (uncredited)
Mathew McCue - Gentleman in Bank (uncredited)
Dal McKennon - Fox / Hunting Horse / Reporter #1 / Carousel Guard / Penguin / Hound (voice) (uncredited)
William Meader - Bank Customer (uncredited)
King Mojave - Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Alan Napier - Huntsman / Reporter #3 / Hound (voice) (uncredited)
Marni Nixon - Geese (voice) (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien - Gentleman in Bank (uncredited)
Gene O'Donnell - Gentleman in Bank Safe (uncredited)
J. Pat O'Malley - Pearly Drummer / Master of Hounds / Huntsman / Hound / Horse / Penguin / Reporter #2 / Photographer (voice) (uncredited)
George Pelling - Hound / Reporter #5 (voice) (uncredited)
Thurl Ravenscroft - Hog / Andrew's Whimper (voice) (uncredited)
Richard M. Sherman - Penguin / Pearly (voice) (uncredited)
Robert B. Sherman - Pearly Banjo Player (voice) (uncredited)
Skippy - Dog (uncredited)
Bert Stevens - Bank Customer (uncredited)
Walter Swash - 2nd Top-Hatted Man in Bank (uncredited)
Hal Taggart - Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Larri Thomas - Woman in Carriage (uncredited)
Ginny Tyler - Lambs (voice) (uncredited)
Eleanore Vogel - Citizen (uncredited)
Wally West - Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Robert B. Williams Robert B. Williams - Gentleman in Bank (uncredited)
Chapters
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Extra Info
• This was the first digital sound and letterboxed version of Mary Poppins available, years before the 1993 U.S. letterboxed release 1588 CS. This version is letterboxed slightly wider than the LaserDiscs or DVD from the U.S. Subtitles are in the black area and not on the picture
• Image is actually windowboxed and shifted up screen to make room for subtitles