DP/30: Saving Mr. Banks director John Lee Hancock

Category: Film & Animation, Duration: 32:4, 2340 Views. Source: YouTube, Published by DP/30: The Oral History Of Hollywood on 2013-11-15T17:00:02.000Z John Lee Hancock became a Hollywood name writing A Perfect World, which Clint Eastwood directed and starred Kevin Costner. As a director, he has become the go-to guy for movies based on true stories. Jim Morris, the baseball pitcher who became The Rookie at age 35... the story to remember of The Alamo... the tale of a middle-aged spunky Texas blonde and a gigantic young black man who could protect The Blind Side... and now, P.L. Travers and Walt Disney's struggle to let him make her Mary Poppins. Earlier DP/30 with John Lee Hancock: http://youtu.be/o-FcTWfzVRk Subscribe to DP/30 for more interviews: http://bit.ly/17Xg4Y1 Shot in Los Angeles, November 2013