As announced in early 2000, Mary Poppins was re-released on DVD as part of the Gold Collection on July 4, 2000. At that time, the film had a remaining copyright term of 59 years, the same term it had when it was re-released in theaters in 1980.
The film itself remained the same from its 1997-1999 VHS and DVD.
When Walt Disney first presented "Mary Poppins" to spellbound audiences, it represented both a crowning personal achievement and a standard-setting cinematic breakthrough. Winner of five Academy Awards®, including Best Actress (Julie Andrews), Best Song ("Chim Chim Cher-ee"), and Best Visual Effects*, "Mary Poppins" is one of the greatest films ever made!
High above the dawn clouds over London, "practically perfect" Mary Poppins floats out of the sky and into the lives of two playfully mischievous children. With the help of a carefree chimney sweep named Bert (Dick Van Dyke), the spirited nanny makes every chore a game and every day a "Jolly Holiday." But, after they leap into the imaginative world of a sidewalk chalk drawing, visit a hilarious floating tea party, and join a rooftop song and dance, it may take more than "A Spoonful of Sugar" to cheer up the children’s precise and disapproving father!
- The Making Of Mary Poppins
- "Hollywood Goes To A World Premiere"
- Mary Poppins Trivia Game
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- 1994 Re-issue Trailer
|1||Blue warning screens (VHS)||May 30, 2000|
|2||Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection logo||May 2, 2000|
|3||"Coming Soon to Own on Video & DVD" Bumper||December 14, 1999||Brian Cummings|
|4||Video preview for The Tigger Movie||May 2, 2000||Michael Bell|
|5||Trailer for The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea||July 4, 2000||Mark Elliott|
|6||Promo for the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection||July 4, 2000||Unidentifiable|
|7||Join Us After the Feature (Mary Poppins)||July 4, 2000||Brian Cummings|
|8||Feature Presentation||December 14, 1999||Brian Cummings|
|9||Full Screen Format Disclaimer||January 22, 1994|
|10||Mary Poppins (restored version)||August 12, 1994|
|11||Mary Poppins: Practically Perfect in Every Way||August 26, 1997||Brian Cummings|
|1||Blue warning screens||October 3, 2000|
|2||Walt Disney Home Entertainment Logo||July 17, 2001|
|3||First trailer for Beauty and the Beast:
|January 29, 2002||Mark Elliott|
|4||"Coming Soon to Own on Video & DVD" Bumper||December 14, 1999||Brian Cummings|
|5||Trailer for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh:
25th Anniversary Edition
|November 6, 2001||Mark Elliott|
|6||"Coming Soon to Own on Video" Bumper||December 14, 1999||Brian Cummings|
|7||Promo for Rolie Polie Olie videos||November 6, 2001||Daran Norris|
|8||"Now Available to Own on Video & DVD" Bumper||December 14, 1999||Brian Cummings|
|9||Promo for Disney's American Legends||February 12, 2002||Peter Cullen|
|10||Promo for Disney DVD Pure Digital Magic||January 29, 2002||Mark Elliott|
|11||Feature Presentation||November 27, 2001|
|12||Full Screen Format Disclaimer||January 22, 1994|
|13||Mary Poppins (restored version)||August 12, 1994|
In Other Countries
|Country of origin||Format||Release date|
|South Korea||VHS||November 12, 2001|
|Japan||DVD||February 21, 2003|
|South Korea||DVD||June 2, 2003|