Stunning Mary Poppins: "I swear a lot," admits Julie Andrews



Mary Poppins, cover your ears. Hollywood legend Julie Andrews shocked the world by acknowledging that she has something of a mouthful on Tuesday.

"I swear a lot. Disney knew it quickly," the veteran actor revealed when a lifted aircraft on the set of "Mary Poppins" collapsed to the ground, like a ton of bricks.

"I think he said some words he didn't hear very well (Walt Disney)," he added.

Andrews, now 83, but seems a decade younger, insisted that he "never gets two shoes" at the Venice Film Festival.

Although he earned his name and an Oscar at the 1964 Disney classic in English, Andrews said that like himself, the character's inner life was more secretive and much more mischievous.

"It's great on the outside ... but look at the lining and skirt - they are very colorful and sinister.

"He had another secret identity, he was more of a seamstress," he said.

'Too much saccharine'

Andrewsen's lie did not melt when the image was reinforced the following year when she played Maria von Trapp in the movie "The Sound of Music," where she tells the story of a novice nun who becomes governor.

However, the actor admitted that he found the story overused when he saw a musical version of him on Broadway.

"I thought it was too sentimental and saccharine and peak. I mean, you have mountains and nuns and seven kids, but all together!" he told reporters.

"So I decided with director Robert Wise that we would try to be as amazing as we could. I think that made a big difference.

"It's still a sweet and lovable movie, but we saved the saccharine excess," he said.

The lady also revealed that the film's iconic panorama of horror was filming on a mountain meadow.

The camera repeatedly shot down the mounted helicopter, Andrews said.

"All I had to do was jump on the camera and start singing," but once he finished "eating grass and dirt."

Bad memories of the film are cold and rainy. "It was so beautiful there in Salzburg (Austria) but it rained, it rained, it rained."

Andrews, who has been running for eighty years, also paid tribute to her late husband, Blake Edwards.

He wrote "Victor Victoria," "LGBT classic" La Cage aux Folles "- and" SOB "- for him in a porn movie.

The man behind the "Pink Panther" movies and said "I knew him very well." He was so quick. "

Andrews, who became a lady at the Queen Elizabeth II in the early 19th century, has revealed that she will write a memoir with daughter Emma Walton Hamilton in October.

In addition to his hot mouth being private, the actor said another big culprit was the huge chef.

However, Andrews said that the positive message of his popular films was a reflection of him.

"I'm a half-glass," he said.

And like Mary Poppins, the only thing she can reason with is when someone shows up "lacking in thought or consideration by other people."

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