Mary Poppins film age rating raised over 'discriminatory language' 

- British film censors upgraded the age classification of the iconic   Julie Andrew

- movie Mary Poppins due to "discriminatory language" in the   picture.

- The 1964 movie was previously rated U for universal, but it is now   rated PG for parental supervision.

- Soot-faced chimney-sweeps are referred to in it by a word that was   initially used disparagingly 

-  by white Europeans to describe nomadic peoples in southern Africa. 

- According to the BBFC, that now "exceeds our guidelines"   for U films.

- In 1965, it took home five Oscars, including best song and best actress. 

- In Mary Poppins (1964), the phrase 'hottentots' is used discriminatorily twice. 

- As a result, the movie was rated PG for its offensive   language."

-Parents are urged to examine whether the content may upset younger or   more sensitive children. 

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