'Let's Go Fly a Kite': Dick Van Dyke Belts Out Mary Poppins Tune at Walt Disney's Childhood Home
Even at age 90, Dick Van Dyke still knows how to entertain his fans.
He's still pretty spry, for a 90-year-old.
Dick Van Dyke recently belted out the Mary Poppins tune "Let's Go Fly A Kite,” leading a sing-a-long among fans at Walt Disney’s childhood home in Chicago.
The star of the classic 1964 Disney film performed the impromptu song on the front lawn of the movie mogul’s home Sunday.
Van Dyke was nominated for a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Bert, a London chimney sweep in the timeless film.
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