Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! hasn't changed a bit.
The 92-year-old actor, who played Bert/Mr. Dawes Senior in the original movie, is reprising his role in the remake. In a recently released trailer for , Dick is spotted now as Mr. Dawes Jr. — but besides the name, there is little to no difference in the crotchety businessman's appearance.
In the latest clip, Dick can be seen dancing upon his desk, meaning his 2018 fictional character is likely following in his father's footsteps as he tries to teach kids the wonders of investing their "tuppence" wisely.
Dick had previously spoken about his part in the iconic Disney film, admitting that after he read the script and heard the song, he immediately "saw myself doing that character." He recalled that he told Walt Disney that he'd perform at, "no extra charge, it's complimentary."
He clearly landed the job — and the over-the-top costume that accompanied it.
"I had to come in very early to get that on. I remember it taking about two hours every morning, I had to be careful at lunch not to mess up my beard," he said with a laugh.
Dick isn't the only acclaimed Hollywood actor to join the cast of the beloved reboot. Emily Blunt, who also bears a resemblance to the original's star Julie Andrews, snagged the role of the magical nanny this time around, while Colin Firth, Emily Mortimer, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Angela Lansbury, and even Meryl Streep can also be seen in this rendition, which releases on December 19th.
As for what keeps Dick as charming as when he first delighted audiences in 1964 — do you even have to ask? A spoonful of sugar, of course!