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


All right, ladies and gents,

Comical poems suitable for the occasion, extemporized and thought up before your very eyes.

All right, here we go.

Room here for everyone gather around

The constable's "responstable." Now, how does that sound?

Hello, Miss Lark I got one for you.

Miss Lark likes to walk in the park with Andrew.

Hello, Andrew.

Ah, Mrs. Cory a story for you.

Your daughters were shorter than you, but they grew.

Dear Miss Persimmon--

Miss Persimmon:



Wind's in the east, mist comin' in.

Like something is brewin' about to begin

Can't put me finger on what lies in store

But I feel what's to happen, all happened before.

I'm sorry. Where was I? Thank you, one and all, for your kind support. Ah, Miss Lark, thank you.

Crikey. Bless you, guv. Generosity itself, that's what you are. No charge.

Oh, it's you! Hello. Number 17 Cherry Tree Lane, you say? All right. Come along with me. This

here's Cherry Tree Lane. Nice little spot, you might say. Number 17's just down a bit. Now, this

imposing edifice what first greets the eye, is the home of Admiral Boom, late of His Majesty's

Navy. Likes his house shipshape, he does, shipshape and Bristol fashion at all times.

Admiral Boom:

Time gun ready?

Mr Binnacle:

Ready and charged, sir.

Admiral Boom:

Three minutes and six seconds.

Mr Binnacle:

Aye, aye, sir.


What he's famous for is punctuality. The whole world takes its time from Greenwich. But

Greenwich, they say, takes its time from Admiral Boom. What cheer, admiral?

Admiral Boom:

Good afternoon to you, young man. Where are you bound?


Number 17. Got some parties here in tow what wants to see it.

Admiral Boom:

Enter that in the log.

Mr Binnacle:

Aye, aye, sir.

Admiral Boom:

A word of advice, young man: storm signals are up at number 17. Bit of heavy weather brewing



Thank you, sir. Keep an eye skinned. Here we are. Number 17 Cherry Tree Lane. Residence

of George Banks, Esquire. Hello, hello, hello. The admiral's right. Heavy weather brewin' at

number 17, and no mistake.

Mrs. Brill:

Leave her alone!


Shut up!

Mrs. Brill:

I'll show you. Don't you be trying to stop the wretched creature! Let her go, that's what I say, and

good riddance! I never liked her from the moment she set foot in the door.


But who gets stuck with the children with no nanny in the house? Me, that's who!

Mrs. Brill:

Her and her high and mighty ways! And that face of her that would stop a coal barge, it would.

Katie Nanna:

Indeed, Mrs. Brill! I wouldn't stay in this house another minute, not if you heap me with all the

jewels in Christendom.


No, no, Katie Nanna, don't go!

Katie Nanna:

Stand away from that door, my girl!


But what am I gonna tell the master about the children?

Katie Nanna:

It's no concern of mine. Those little beasts have run away from me for the last time.


They must be somewhere. Did you look around the zoo in the park? You know how Jane and

Michael is. Coo! You don't think the lion could've got at them, do ya? You know how fond they

was of hangin' around the cage.

Katie Nanna:

I said my say, and that's all I'll say. I've done with this house forever.

Mrs. Brill:

Well, hip, hip, hooray! And don't stumble on the way out, dearie.


Now, now, Katie Nanna!

Mrs. Banks! She's home!

Mrs. Banks:

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The Jungle Book is a 1967 American animated musical comedy film produced by Walt Disney Productions. Based on Rudyard Kipling's book of the same name, it is the 19th Disney animated feature film. Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman, it was the last film to be produced by Walt Disney, who died during its production. The plot follows Mowgli, a feral child raised in the Indian jungle by wolves, as his friends Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear try to convince him to leave the jungle before the evil tiger Shere Khan arrives. The early versions of both the screenplay and the soundtrack followed Kipling's work more closely, with a dramatic, dark, and sinister tone which Disney did not want in his family film, leading to writer Bill Peet and composer Terry Gilkyson being replaced. The casting employed famous actors and musicians Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, George Sanders and Louis Prima, as well as Disney regulars such as Sterling Holloway, J. Pat O'Malley and Verna Felton, and the director's son, Bruce Reitherman, as Mowgli. The Jungle Book was released on October 18, 1967, to positive reception, with acclaim for its soundtrack, featuring five songs by the Sherman Brothers and one by Gilkyson, "The Bare Necessities". The film initially became Disney's second highest-grossing animated film in the United States and Canada,[3] and was also successful during its re-releases. The film was also successful throughout the world, becoming Germany's highest-grossing film by number of admissions.[4] Disney released a live-action adaptation in 1994 and an animated sequel, The Jungle Book 2, in 2003; a live-action remake directed by Jon Favreau was released in 2016. more…

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