Moviegoers who persisted in Mary Poppin's Returns may have noticed a retired late night host specializing in "Special Thanks" As far as we know, Jay Leno does not appear in a single frame of the Disney movie, but the Bimanker-clad bimanker still gets loud What's up In a recent episode of her podcast, comedian Julie Klausner considered that question and prompted a response from Poppins – star Lin-Manuel Miranda, who could give her and us an answer.  It turned out that the filmmakers, when they tried to destroy the sooted world of London's This sound was so unique that it apparently could not be replicated or mimicked (um, they even have owned by Michael Winslow?), And the producers turned to Leno, one of the world's most famous collectors for a solution. Vulture even went as far as to make a guess, which were brought by Leno's many vehicles for the film, and teamed with his 1931 8-liter Bentley Mulliner. Probably a safe bet.
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