Choreographers Break Down a Mary Poppins Dance Scene | Movies in Motion | Vanity Fair

On this episode of “Movies in Motion,” professional dancers and choreographers Lauren Yalango-Grant and Christopher Grant analyze what makes Dick Van Dyke’s chimney sweep rooftop dance scene so iconic, 55 years after its release.

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  1. I’d be willing to bet the brooms used in the movie were props made of a very light material. Your brooms require a LOT of effort to control that much mass.

  2. In the movie they don’t look choreographed. They just look like they all randomly broke into song and dance but happen to know the same moves. Also, they’re lanky and floppy like a puppet on strings dancing. They make it look easy. Pretty amazing!

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