Mary Poppins  Season #2 Episode #2

Synopsis: In Edwardian London, 1910, Bert entertains a crowd as a one-man band when he senses a change in the wind. Afterwards, he directly addresses the audience, and gives them a tour of Cherry Tree Lane, stopping outside the Banks family's home. George Banks returns home to learn from his wife, Winifred, that Katie Nanna has left their service after their children, Jane and Michael, have run away, “For the fourth time this month,” ("Life I Lead"). They are returned shortly after by Constable Jones, who reveals the children were chasing a lost kite. The children ask their father to help build a better kite, but he dismisses them. Taking it upon himself to hire a new nanny, Mr. Banks advertises for a stern, no-nonsense nanny. To contrast, Jane and Michael present their own advertisement for a kinder, sweeter nanny. Mr. Banks rips up the letter, and throws the scraps in the fireplace, but the remains of the advertisement magically float up and out into the air. The next day, a number
Genre: Animation
Year:
1964
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Our daughter's daughters will adore us

And we'll sing in grateful chorus

"Well done, Sister Suffragette"

Good evening, Katie Nanna, Ellen. We had the most glorious meeting! Mrs. Whitbourne-Allen

chained herself to the wheel of the prime minister's carriage. You should've been there.

Katie Nanna:

Mrs. Banks, I would like a word with you.

Mrs. Banks:

And Mrs. Ainslie, she was carried off to prison, singing and scattering pamphlets all the way!

Katie Nanna:

I'm glad you're home, madam. I've always given the best that's in me.

Mrs. Banks:

On, thank you, Katie Nanna. I always knew you were one of us.

We're clearly soldiers in petticoats

And dauntless crusaders for women's votes

Though we adore men individually

We agree that as a group they're rather stupid

Katie nanna:

Mrs. Banks.

Mrs. Banks:

Cast off the shackles of yesterday

Shoulder to shoulder into the fray

Our daughter's daughters will adore us

And they'll sing in grateful chorus

"Well done, Sister Suffragette"

Katie Nanna:

Being that as it may, I do not wish to offend, but I--

Mrs. Banks:

From Kensington to Billingsgate

One hears the restless cries

From every corner of the land: womankind arise

Political equality and equal rights with men

Take heart for Mrs. Pankhurst has been clapped in irons again

No more the meek and mild subservients we

We're fighting for our rights, militantly - never you fear

Katie Nanna:

If I may have a word, Mrs. Banks.

Mrs. Banks:

So cast off the shackles of yesterday

Katie Nanna:

Mrs. Banks!

Mrs. Banks:

And shoulder to shoulder into the fray

Our daughter's daughters will adore us

And they'll sing in grateful chorus - "well done"

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