Are you ready for a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious trip down memory lane?

For right now, to honor Dick Van Dyke‘s 96th (!) December 13, 1993, is our 96th birthday. We’re remembering a real classic. Mary Poppins

Made by Walt Disney and directed by Robert Stevenson, the 1964 movie—also starring Julie Andrews—follows the story of a magical nanny who brings music and adventure to two neglected children in London. Spoiler Alert for 50+ years: Their father is brought closer by their efforts.

Disney’s movie, These are based upon the books of P.L Travers’ and adapted for the big screen by Bill Walsh and Don DaGradi, naturally received high praise from viewers and critics alike, going on to nab five Oscars including Best Actress, Best Film Editing, Best Original Music Score, Best Visual EffectsAnd Best Original Song. And, in 2018, everyone’s favorite nanny returned with an equally spellbinding sequel starring Emily Blunt