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    Just finished watching the 1964 cinematic version...

    Mary Poppins - INTJ
    Bert - ESFP
    Mr. Banks - ESTJ
    Mrs. Banks - ISFP
    Admiral Boom - ISTJ
    Jane Banks - INFP
    Michael Banks - ISTP

    Maid Ellen - ESFJ
    Constable Jones - ISTJ
    Uncle Albert - ESFP
    Maid Nanna - ESTJ

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    I could actually conceptualize Mary Poppins as something of an ENTJ...

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    You must identify with Mary Poppins on a very deep level.

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    Haha.

    I guess it's better than identifying with Hitler, eh Uber?

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    In my opinion, Mary Poppins is the invention of an INTj to magically handle all the detail work that they're impatient with so he can lose himself in his research. I've always thought ESFj for Mary.

    (Although maybe she invented that creepy umbrella herself, thereby making her an ENTp.)

    George Banks is more ISTj, although ESTj isn't that big of a stretch for him.

    Can't speak for the rest of them because I haven't seen the film for quite some time.

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    I could see ISTj for George Banks.

    What do you think of Poppins as ENTJ, Uber?

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    Her overall aura seems very SJ. Especially an informative SJ. She's considerably more warmhearted than George Banks, who is a directive SJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Just finished watching the 1964 cinematic version...

    Mary Poppins - INTJ
    Bert - ESFP
    Mr. Banks - ESTJ
    Mrs. Banks - ISFP
    Admiral Boom - ISTJ
    Jane Banks - INFP
    Michael Banks - ISTP

    Maid Ellen - ESFJ
    Constable Jones - ISTJ
    Uncle Albert - ESFP
    Maid Nanna - ESTJ

    I could actually conceptualize Mary Poppins as something of an ENTJ...

    Agree with everyone of these! As a 8/9 year old I was obsessed by Mary Poppins and Mrs Pepperpot
    And isnt it lovely that Mary and Bert are polar opposites but were good friends (I cant quite believe I'm talking about this - I think pre xmas hysteria has set in - God I need to finish work)
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    Hey no shit, I was thinking of starting a thread about this too. I watched it too last night.

    I certainly would say INTJ too.

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    I would say that Mary Poppins is an INTJ who feels that self-discipline is a necessity. I could see an INTJ wanting to instill that into others as much as SJs do.
    MBTI Type: iNTj
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Her overall aura seems very SJ. Especially an informative SJ. She's considerably more warmhearted than George Banks, who is a directive SJ.
    she is practically perfect in every way...
    just throw it against the wall and see what sticks.

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