Mary Poppins named ‘Best Family Film of all Time’April 10th, 2009 - 5:29 pm ICT by ANI
London, April 10 (ANI): ‘Mary Poppins’, the 1964 Disney movie starring Julie Andrews, has pipped ‘Harry Potter’ series to become the ‘Best Family Film of all Time’ in a new poll.
‘Mary Poppins’ topped the poll of 2,000 parents and children conducted by Biscuit brand Oreo.
While ‘Harry Potter’ came second on the list, ‘The Wizard of Oz’ landed the third spot.
‘Bambi’ stood fourth and ‘ET’ rounded off the top five.
“Cinema is a great way of bringing parents and children together,” the Telegraph quoted Jocelyn McNulty, director of Oreo’s parent company Kraft, as saying.
The company is partnering the Vue cinema chain for a promotion of family blockbusters this summer.
Top Ten Best Family Films of all Time are:
1. Mary Poppins
2. Harry Potter
3. The Wizard of Oz
6. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
7. Star Wars
9. Home Alone
10. Shrek (ANI)
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