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Best Bert (Mary Poppins) Costume Guide
Bert, whose full name is Herbert Alfred, is a character of the 1964 iconic Disney film, Mary Poppins. He is played by acting legend Dick Van Dyke in the timeless classic. Bert is Mary’s long-time friend who is well aware of her magic. He is characterized as a zany, charming character who seems to embody the description of a “jack of all trades.” In the film, he is seen as a street artist, kite seller, one-man band, and most notably a chimney sweep. Get the look of the charming chimney sweep with this Bert from Mary Poppins costume guide.
If you want to cosplay Bert who accompanies Mary Poppins, you’ll need a Grey Dress Shirt, Men’s Black Dress Suit, Polyester Ivy Cap, Scarf, Smokes Quad Eyeshadow, Chimney Cleaning Brush, and Fiberglass Extension Rod.
Bert (Mary Poppins) Cosplay Costumes
If you have a costume party to attend and you know everyone is going to show up as the latest characters from the big screen, then why not think outside of the box and dress up as a personality from a classic movie instead? The story of Mary Poppins, the magical nanny, is one that most people in the world have enjoyed. Mary Poppins is often referred to as one of the greatest films of all-time. Talk about recognizable! People will be impressed if you show up as this chimney-sweep version of Bert from the classic Disney film.
Maybe you have a leading lady who wants to grab an umbrella and join you as Mary Poppins herself? Another idea is to dress up as the Banks family—George, Winifred, Jane, and Michael. No matter if you’re going solo or accompanied by another character appearing in Mary Poppins, Bert is a great choice this Halloween.
Bert from Mary Poppins
Bert is one of the main characters in the 1964 Disney film, Mary Poppins. This unforgettable character is portrayed by legendary actor Dick Van Dyke. We meet Bert at the start of the film where he is entertaining a crowd of on-lookers as a one-man band. He addresses the audience directly, taking them on a tour of the fictional Cherry Tree Lane.
We see Bert later in the film working as a street-artist, where he creates chalk drawings on the pavement. Mary takes the Banks children into one of his artworks for an adventure. Bert later appears working as a chimney-sweep, in what is probably the most recognizable version of his character. Towards the end of Mary Poppins, he is selling kites and says his final farewell to Mary when her work with the Banks children is complete. Throughout the film, it is clear that he is one of Mary Poppins’ closest friends, and is completely at ease with her magical abilities.