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for. Depending on whose version you hear, PL Travers was a constant thorn in the production's side. She demanded rigid script control, refused any alterations to the theme and wanted to retain the darker shades of the original story. Walt Disney, was also a man who knew exactly what he wanted. He wanted a mass market appeal, animated song sequences and a pretty, all singing, all dancing Mary Poppins.