Mary Poppins (Julie Andrews) – Mary Poppins (1964)
Practically perfect in every way is one hell of a boast to put on your resume. But if anyone pulls it off it’s Julie Andrews, who Chim Chim Cher-ee’d her way into childrens’ hearts back in 1964 as the original super nanny Mary Poppins. Kind, caring and with a refreshingly upbeat attitude towards household chores; Andrews won an Oscar for her performance in a movie that’s arguably the most important that Disney ever made. It’s so important in fact that they’ve even made a movie about making the movie – the Tom Hanks starring Saving Mr. Banks - which will hit our screens this year.