Mary Poppins Returns
In Depression-era London, a now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, along with Michael's three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins following a personal loss. Through her unique magical skills, and with the aid of her friend Jack, she helps the family rediscover the joy and wonder missing in their lives.
Director: Rob Marshall
Writer: P.L. Travers (based upon the "Mary Poppins" stories by), David Magee (screen story by), Rob Marshall (screen story by), John DeLuca (screen story by), David Magee (screenplay by)
Production: Walt Disney Pictures
Released: 19 Dec 2018
Movie Video Clips
Nothing's gone forever
Everything is possible
But we don't need a nanny
When the world turns upside down
When your father and I were young
Such a useful word
You've forgotten what it's like
Are you sure this is quite safe
One thing you should know about Mary...
Off we go
Can you im ag ine that
You need to be more careful when the...
We're on the brink of adventure
When you change the view from where you...
Once upon a time
As I live and breathe
What is it
What have you done to your clothes
We're about to lose our home
I miss Mother
What are you doing
The wolves are at the door
Mary Poppins' scarf
This is a nursery
If you two are going to keep up all of...
You have guests
We need you to fix this bowl
And Georgie Banks
Mother always had us take our baths in...
Mar y Poppins
- (SINGING) When the early morning hours Have come and gone Through the misty morning showers I greet the dawn For when its light has hit the ground There's lots of treasures to be found Under
- (BIRDS SQUAWKING) (MAN SHOUTING INDISTINCTLY)
- (HORSE WHINNIES) Though the lamps I'm turning down Please don't feel blue For in this part of London town The light shines through Don't believe the things you've read You never know what's
- Have a pot of tea Mend your broken cup There's a different point of view awaiting you If you would just look up - MAN: Oi! Get out of here! - I know Yesterday you had to borrow from your chums
- (WHISTLING) Morning, Jack. (CONTINUES WHISTLING)
- Admiral above decks! Listen Soon the slump will disappear, it won't be long Sooner than you think you'll hear Some bright new song You're all right, children? So hold on tight to those you lo
- Great steaming clams! They've done it again! Those blundering blowfish have rung Big Ben too soon!
- (GRUNTS) (WHIMPERS) Are you housing anarchists? JANE: No, that's the Admiral, next door. He fires off a cannon to mark the hour. (GOODING COUGHS)
- He's over five minutes late. Yes. I'm afraid he's been running a little behind these last few years. As are we, this morning. You've been given notice. We'll see ourselves out. Come along, Mr.
- Ah! Off to the park, I see. - Yes, that's right, Ellen. - That's nice. Shall we search the attic, then? Don't you have to go to work? No. Work can wait. Oh, thank you, Jane. Well, why don't I
- (CHUCKLES) Blimey, what little grown-ups you've become.
- ANNABEL: Father didn't give us enough, did he? JOHN: Not nearly. ANNABEL: Well, we can ask for day-old bread at half off. That's what Mother used to do. Hello, Willoughby! Hello, Miss Lark! -
- (SINGING) We haven't spoken in so long, dear
- This year has gone by in a blur Today, seems everything's gone wrong here I'm looking for the way things were I know you'd laugh and call me tragic For everything's in disarray These rooms
- This house is crowded now with questions Your John's a walking questionnaire And I could surely use a few suggestions On how to brush our daughter's hair When Georgie needed explanations You
- Winter has gone But not from this room Snow's left the lane But the cherry trees forgot to bloom
- The certificate. (CLEARS THROAT)
- I'll carry on the way you told me I say that like I have a choice And though you are not here to hold me In the echoes, I can hear your voice But still one question fills my day, dear The an
- JANE: Nothing in the wardrobe! Oh, my goodness. Yes, it's quite a mess. JANE: Yes, it is. What are all your art things doing up here? Oh. I wasn't using them anymore. I should probably just g
- Have you looked in Father's old desk? MICHAEL: I honestly can't remember why we kept most of this stuff to begin with. I mean, why on earth did we save this old broken thing? Don't you remembe
- (SINGING) Hold on tight to those you love And maybe soon from up above
- - (BARKING) - Willoughby! - Naughty boy. - (CONTINUES BARKING)
- ANNABEL: How long do you think it will take us today? Well, let's see. It's a 9-minute walk to the shop. - (GEORGIE GIGGLES) - So if it takes 10 minutes... to purchase each item... Excuse me, c
- Whoa! Oh! GEORGIE: (SCREAMING) Help! We're coming, Georgie! GEORGIE: Help!
- GEORGIE: Help! - Hold on! - Help me! - (SCREAMS) - (JACK GRUNTS)
- You need to be more careful when the wind rises, Georgie. You nearly lost your kite. And you two nearly lost your Georgie. He might have got away completely had I not been holding on to the ot
- Father! Aunt Jane! Come quick! - Quickly! - What is it, Georgie? Has something happened? I was flying a kite and it got caught on a nanny! Whatever are you talking about? Come! Come, look! Wa
- Oh, close your mouth please, Michael. We are still not a codfish. (GIGGLES) Jane Banks, still rather inclined to giggle, I see.
- Jane, have you gone completely mad? I can't afford to take on anyone else. Mary Poppins isn't just anyone. Don't you see, Michael? No one's hiring nannies anymore. The poor woman has nowhere
- Those things, when we were young, they didn't really... - Happen? - No. - No. - Of course not. Ridiculous. (BOTH CHUCKLE)
- Oh, hello, Mary Poppins. Hello, Ellen.
- (DOLPHIN CLICKING) No, not yet. (GEORGIE GASPS) Some people like to splash and play Can you imagine that? And take a seaside holiday Can you imagine that? Too much glee leaves rings around th
- And if while dreaming in the clouds They fall and go kersplat Although they're down and bent in half They brush right off and start to laugh! Can you imagine that?
- On second thoughts, perhaps you're right. It makes no sense to take a bath this early. Wait! I want to take a bath! Oh, really? - Very well, then. - (GEORGIE CHUCKLES) - Up you go. - (GASPS)
- Some people like to dive right in Can you imagine that? And flap about in bathtub gin Can you imagine that? Doggies paddling 20 leagues below (BARKS) Might seem real, but we know it's not so
- To cook without a recipe Can you imagine that? And heaven knows what lives within that pot! Some pirates follow treasure maps And wear a silly hat They search the world for buried gold They w
- Be sure to scrub behind your ears!
- Some answer when adventure calls! ALL: Can you imagine that? And sail straight over waterfalls! ALL: Can you imagine that? They see living as its own reward Ahoy! They rock the boat, then...
- (CHILDREN EXCLAIMING) (GEORGIE LAUGHING)
- MICHAEL: No. No. Anything? No, nothing. Just your old drawings, and bills, and nothing else. Well, then that's it, it's not here. JOHN: Father, Aunt Jane! ANNABEL: It was amazing! And then th
- You're right, Father. We're sorry.
- No, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I don't mean to be cross with all of you. I... I've just lost something very important. Yes. And we're going to find it. I'm sure your grandfather just tucked it away
- Cleaning is not a spectator sport, I'll remind you. John, Annabel, put all the books back on the bookshelves. Georgie Banks, come back here. Take out this rubbish, would you? Yes, Mary Poppins
- MICHAEL: Oh, well. That's that.
- What about Mr. Dawes, Jr.? Couldn't he give you more time? Yes, I'm sure he could if he were still here... but Dawes' nephew has been running things lately. I don't think he even knows who I a
- Jane! Jane! MAN: Banks. MICHAEL: Good morning. Sorry.
- Jane. We can't just charge into his office. Hello, Miss Penny Farthing, is it? Heavens, did the old secretary finally retire? She always had that big jar of sweets on the desk we'd raid as ch
- (DOOR CLOSES) WILKINS: If I had known that George Banks' son had taken a loan with us... I would have handled the paperwork myself. Unfortunately... regarding an extension, there's very little
- I'm afraid dear old Uncle Dawes is getting on in years. - Non compos mentis... - (DOOR OPENS) Which, sadly, is why I had to take over for him. Ah, thank you, Miss Farthing. Let's see. "Babcoc
- Hmm. Doesn't seem to be a listing for George Banks here.
- Don't despair. You still have until that big fellow out there chimes his last on Friday night... to find that certificate. And I'll keep looking here as well. Yes, well, thank you so very muc
- (DOOR CLOSES) (BUZZER BUZZES) Bring in all of George Banks' old files, would you? PENNY: Of course, Mr. Wilkins.
- Georgie, this is a nursery, let me remind you, and not a music hall. Can we have another bath? Oh, pish posh. Now, John, you'd best go downstairs - and help Ellen... - (CLATTERING) - ELLEN: W
- Oh, let me help you with those. Oh, you're a good lad. You're such a help, you are. I only wish I could help your father save this poor old house. I could sell my broach and necklace, I suppos
- (PANTING) Annabel! - I know how to save the house! - What do you mean? If you two are going to keep up all of this whispering... I'd like you to practice doing so as loudly as possible. It wil
- Oh, hello, Jack! Mary Poppins, how are you this fine evening? MARY: I'm settling in quite nicely, thank you.
- - Give me the missing piece! - I don't have it! Well, look for it then!
- - Georgie did. - I did not! It was Annabel! No, I didn't! If John hadn't taken it... (ALL ARGUING) CLYDE: Actually, it was all three of them. MARY: Mmm. Who said that?
- Oh, dear. ANNABEL: Look! The picture's changed. MARY: It looks as though they've broken your carriage wheel. SHAMUS: That they have. It's useless now. CLYDE: Useless as a chocolate teapot. T
- Wow! What just happened? Where are we? (CLINKS) Looks like we're in china, so to speak. Over here, everyone. This wheel won't fix itself. Now, tread lightly, this is fine porcelain, and we d
- Ready? - And lift. - (CHILDREN GRUNTING) Yes. Let's see now, this should do it. There we are, shipshape. Not a bad job at all. Suppose it'll have to do. And back to the nursery we go. Back al
- But where's the music hall? Oh, yes, that. Silly me.
- - WOLF: Step right up! - (CHILDREN EXCLAIM) Step right up for the simply sensational - Royal Doulton Music Hall! - (INDISTINCT CHATTER) How on earth did she do that? One thing you should know
- (CROWD CHEERING AND LAUGHING) At the highly-acclaimable Nearly untamable (CROWD CHEERING) Lavishly praisable, always roof-raise-able
- Oh! Excuse me. - Oh! - (GIGGLING)
- Bucks and mares, cubs and does, welcome to our show of shows! It is my great honor to introduce this evening's renowned guest... the one... the only... Mary Poppins! - Oh. (LAUGHS) - (ALL C
- (JACK CHUCKLES) - Thank you. - Sing for us, Mary Poppins! - No. No, no, no. - Come on, have a go. No, I haven't sung in years. PENGUINS: Sing for us, Mary Poppins. - Please. Please. - Do sing
- Shall we do the one about the "Wealthy Widow"? Oh, by all means! Always loved that one! Well, go on then. Lady Hyacinth Macaw brought all her treasures to a reef Where she only wore a smile P
- You'll find your first impression was mistook (SCATTING) For a cover is nice, but a cover is not the book Oh, give us the one about the "Dirty Rascal," why don't ya? Isn't that one a bit long?
- - Gillie! - (ANNABEL WHOOPING)
- Where's Georgie? I don't know. BADGER: Take this. (GRUNTING)
- What are you doing? (BOTH GASP) Well, well, if it isn't the boy who cracked the bowl. We've waited a long time for you Banks children... to come and visit us, so we could pay a visit to your
- He's mine! My mother made him for me! Hey! Leave our brother alone! Time to go, boys! - (BADGER GRUNTING) - Whoa! (GRUNTING)
- (GASPS) (BINNACLE BLOWING WHISTLE) (COUGHING)
- Annabel! Help! BOTH: Georgie! JOHN: We're coming, Georgie! GEORGIE: John! (LAUGHS)
- Let me go! I want to go home! What home? You've lost your home!
- Shamus! Clyde! That's right, it's us! Let's go get your brother back.
- (LAUGHS) (GASPS AND GRUNTS ANGRILY)
- We're gaining on 'em! Give it more speed! Right away, sir. (GRUNTING)
- Giddy-up, big fella! (CLYDE PANTING) (BOTH SCREAMING)
- We're closing in. Get ready to jump!
- - Ready. And now! - (SCREAMS)
- SHAMUS: Well done, children! CLYDE: Give 'em what-for! (SHOUTS) Get rid of them! - But, sir! - You heard me!
- ANNABEL: Georgie, are you all right? Annabel, look!
- (GASPS) (BOTH SCREAMING) - Stay with Georgie. - Right. (GRUNTS)
- Be careful! GEORGIE: What are you doing?
- (GRUNTS) - (CONTINUES PANTING) - (GRUNTS)
- ALL: The edge of the bowl! (CHILDREN SCREAMING)
- MARY: Georgie, it's all right, it's all right. My goodness me. (BREATHING HEAVILY) Shh. It's all right.
- You were having a nice sort of nightmare, I must say. You were right, Mary Poppins! A cover is not the book. We thought they were nice, but they were mean! Whatever are you talking about? They
- But I had a nightmare like that, too. So did I. It seemed awfully real. I don't want to lose our home.
- You see, Georgie? That's why we wanted Mother's bowl. We were going to sell it to save the house.
- Oh, listen to the three of you. You're all worrying far too much. After all, you can't lose what you've never lost. I don't understand. Well... (SINGING) Do you ever lie awake at night? Just
- So maybe now the dish and my best spoon Are playing hide and seek just behind the Moon Waiting there until it's time to show Spring is like that now Far beneath the snow Hiding in the place w
- Time to close your eyes So sleep can come around For when you dream You'll find all that's lost is found Maybe on the Moon Or maybe somewhere new Maybe all you're missing lives inside of you
- Mary Poppins' scarf. It wasn't a dream after all. Shall we tell her? Better not. I expect she already knows.
- (BIG BEN CHIMING) ADMIRAL BOOM: Blast the devil, too soon! Why can't those pea-brained Big Ben buffoons get it right?
- - And then John. - JOHN: Whoa! Oh, sit up straight! You're not flour bags. - Georgie at the front. - Yay! - Mary Poppins, you here. - (ALL EXCLAIM) - I've got it! - Blimey! All right, everyb
- Now, pull over, right ahead. Thank you, Jack.
- Right. Off we go, jiggity-jog. Thank you, Georgie.
- Never noticed this alley before. Well, clearly you've never had a Royal Doulton bowl that wanted mending. Straight ahead.
- Here we are. (KNOCKING ON DOOR) "Topotrepolovsky's all repairs, "large and small fix-it shop." Looks as though it's just a small fix-it shop today. That's just what we want. The bowl only need
- Cousin Topsy! TOPSY: Mary Poppins! Oh, for the love of all that is holy... do not come in! Don't be so rude! TOPSY: Please stay away. - It is Second Wednesday! - (GASPS) Second Wednesday. Oh,
- TOPSY: So, in you come. You do not listen to Topsy. - (MARY STAMMERS) - (RUMBLING)
- TOPSY: Oh, no! It has begun!
- Fast is slow, low is high Stop is go and that is why Every Second Wednesday is a hurdle From eight to nine all is well Then I roll over on my shell And all because the world is turning turtle
- Oh, if you had come some other morn You wouldn't have found me so forlorn But since the day that I was born Second Wednesdays is on the fritz I couldn't mend this to save my soul If this kee
- (CHILDREN LAUGHING) (SQUEALS)
- Oh, woe is me Now I'm on my head How can that be? Well, you say "woe" but I say "lucky you" - Lucky me? - Yes Here, on your head "A" is far behind and led by "Z" It's good to get a differen
- I never thought of things that way She never thought of things that way Now Wednesdays are my favorite day ALL: Now Wednesdays are her favorite day 'Cause that's the day I'm quite contrary A
- Come, give your bowl to me. (CHUCKLES) No more am I afraid with this new point of view. Good. Excuse me, but do you have any idea how much our bowl might be worth? In money? Not very much, I
- Mary Poppins is right, for once. It is all in the way that you look at things. Thank you, cousin. Now, come along, children. Get your hats. And don't you worry about Mother's bowl. I will fix
- Now, what do we do? I have no idea. Well, like Topsy said... maybe we should start looking at things differently. (RUMBLING AND CREAKING) Oh, marvelous. It looks like things are starting to t
- Now, be careful here, 'cause there are cars crossing! JACK: That's all right. They'll see us. (JANE SCREAMS AND LAUGHS)
- Step along, children. (HORNS HONKING) (INDISTINCT CHATTER)
- JOHN: There must be someone at this bank who could help us save our house. I'm sure Father's already asked. Well, we haven't. Maybe we could get them to see things from a new point of view.
- FRYE: We mustn't be late for Mr. Wilkins. (GOODING SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)
- What did you do that for? You hurt his feelings. You do know who those men are, don't you, Georgie? Yes. They're the lawyers. He's the nice one. Maybe we could convince him to help us. JOHN: W
- Now, how can I help you? Finally. I'd like to see Mr. Michael Banks, please.
- WOMAN: (OVER PHONE) Hello. Operator.
- - FRYE: May we go in? - PENNY: He's expecting you.
- Is there something I can do for you, children? May I have a sweet, please?
- Yes, of course you can, dear. - (CHUCKLES) - You all can. FRYE: Is in foreclosure. GOODING: Mr. Michael Banks, 17 Cherry Tree Lane. FRYE: In foreclosure. How many repossessions, so far, this m
- (BUZZER BUZZING) WILKINS: Didn't I ask for more tea, Miss Farthing? Yes, sir. Right away, Mr. Wilkins.
- Why don't you all help yourselves?
- Come on. "Office of the Bank Chairman." We can't go in there. WILKINS: I'm running a business, not a charity. FRYE: It's just that, well... his family has suffered tremendous hardship this pas
- (WHEEZING) Fool! Stop them.
- But, Father, he really did do it. Not another word!
- - Take them home this instant! - MARY: Yes, sir. We'll discuss this when I get back! Come along, children.
- JOHN: Now we've done it, haven't we? I don't think I've ever seen Father that upset with us before. GEORGIE: But we were telling the truth! ANNABEL: That doesn't matter, Georgie. We got him i
- Which way do we go, Mary Poppins? MARY: Now, why would you ask me? The three of you are leading the way, after all. ANNABEL: Us? JOHN: But we were... Walking around in a fog. No, we weren't.
- (SINGING) Let's say you're lost In a park, sure You can give in to the dark, or You can trip a little light fantastic with me
- When you're alone in your room Your choice is just embrace the gloom Or you can trip a little light fantastic with me For if you hide under the covers You might never see the day But if a sp
- Now, when you're stuck in the mist, sure You can struggle and resist, or You can trip a little light fantastic with me Now, say you're lost in the crowd, well You can stamp and scream out lou
- ANNABEL: Hello. JOHN: Hello. ANNABEL: Thank you! A leerie loves the edge of night Though dim, to him, the world looks bright He's got the gift of second sight LEERIES: To trip a little light
- And if you're deep inside a tunnel And there is no end in sight Well, just carry on until the dawn It's darkest right before the light
- JOHN: Now what do we do? Well, just as Jack said... we follow the light.
- Whoa! (LAUGHS) (ANNABEL YELLS)
- As you trip a little light fantastic Won't you trip a little light fantastic? Come on Trip a little light fantastic with me
- (SLOW INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING)
- (UPBEAT INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING)
- LEERIES: Join us, Mary Poppins!
- You've got it! Now let's get you all back home! ALL: Now, if your life is gettin' foggy That's no reason to complain There's so much in store inside the door Of 17 Cherry Tree Lane!
- So when troubles are incessant Simply be more incandescent For your light comes with a lifetime guarantee As you Trip a little light fantastic Won't you Trip a little light fantastic Come
- With me! Went to the bank, rattle and clank Met with the boss Pitch and toss Got lost in the fog Lump on a log Trip a little light fantastic!
- CHILDREN: (SINGING) Trip a little light fantastic! Trip a little light fantastic! Trip a little light fantastic! Where on earth have you all been?
- I told you to bring them straight home. I've been worried sick! We're sorry we're late, Father. It wasn't Mary Poppins' fault. We got lost in the fog. Jack and the leeries led us down the frog
- Don't be too hard on 'em, sir. They're only children, after all. I know they're children, my children, and I will deal with them as I see fit. - Now leave us to it. - Yes, sir. Not you, Mary
- You could have lost me my job. Do you understand that? Have you any idea how difficult it is to find a good position like mine these days? But there you all were, tearing about like a... And y
- I don't know what to do. (VOICE BREAKS) I'm sorry, I don't know what to do.
- Everything's fallen to pieces since your mother... (CRYING)
- Haven't we lost enough already?
- We haven't lost Mother. Not really.
- (SINGING) Nothing's gone forever, only out of place So when we need her touch and loving gaze "Gone but not forgotten" is the perfect phrase Smiling from a star that she makes glow Trust she's
- When did you all get so clever? Last night, Mary Poppins told us...
- I hope I'm as clever as you when I grow up.
- (CHUCKLES) You're right. Of course, you're right, Georgie. Your mother's not gone. She's in your smile. (CHUCKLING) And in your walk, John... and Annabel's eyes. And she'll always be with us
- Love you. Now, run along, wash your hands, get ready for dinner.
- Did you have something to do with them trying to save the house?
- I never said a word. It was all the children's idea.
- The whole time I've been looking after them, they've been looking after me. I had it all backward. A Banks family trait.
- Some people think a great deal too much. Of that I'm certain.
- Here, Jane. Let me help you with that. Oh, thank you. No luck? We can look through everything again if you like. No. No, there's no point. It's nearly midnight. We tried our best, but thank y
- MARY: The children have packed up the last of their things themselves. MICHAEL: Well done, everyone. All right, have you got Gillie? Yes, Father. Good, good. ELLEN: Good riddance to that old
- Goodbye, old friend! ALL: Goodbye, old friend!
- - What is it, Father? - Wait.
- - Ready, and up! - (ALL GRUNT) Now, all we have to do is turn back time. (CHILDREN EXCLAIMING)
- A very good week's work, gentlemen. Thank you, sir. It look as if Banks won't be joining us tonight. He does have a few more minutes, sir. You said you'd wait until the last stroke of midnight
- How much time do we have? Um, there's only five minutes left, I think.
- Good. Now over to the tower, boys!
- Sorry, this is as far as you go. Back in a flash.
- - Come on! - LEERIE: Come on, lads!
- JACK: Ladder! LEERIE 1: Ladder! LEERIE 2: Ladder! LEERIE 3: Ladder!
- I mean, you would think they'd never done this before.
- Jack! You can turn the time back now! How? I can't reach the hands! Oh, honestly. They better hurry. We have less than a minute to go.
- ANGUS: We're too late, Jack! JACK: There's got to be a way! Look!
- - (LEERIES CHEERING) - (LAUGHS)
- WILKINS: And three, two, one...
- Why hasn't Big Ben chimed? Perhaps your watch is running fast. Don't be a simpleton, my watch never runs fast.
- Relight the clock, Jack, quickly.
- Look. They've relit Big Ben. WILKINS: But that time is wrong. The clock must have stopped.
- WILKINS: That's Banks. He's made it in time! Not yet he hasn't. Get down there and make sure... he doesn't get inside until that blasted clock strikes 12. - But, sir... - Now, Mr. Frye!
- MICHAEL: Hello! JANE: Hello! Let us in, please! MICHAEL: Please, let us in! JANE: Hello? Hello? - Jane. - What? Let's... Let's go fly a kite.
- There it is! It's the one with the light. The first one? Okay. You run. I'll unspool. JANE: Yes, quickly!
- Come on! MICHAEL: Come on! JANE: (SHOUTING) Hello!
- It won't work. He's never gonna see it. (WIND HOWLING)
- - (JANE GASPS) - (BOTH LAUGH) MICHAEL: Let's get in. JANE: Yes, let's go!
- - (KNOCKING ON DOOR) - JANE: Let us in, please! MICHAEL: Please let us in! We need to get inside! - (FRYE GRUNTS) - Oh! - Oh, thank you! - Thank you! Hurry, Mr. Banks! What?
- What is all this? It's what we've been looking for.
- ADMIRAL BOOM: Three, two, one... fire! (BIG BEN CHIMING) Mr. Binnacle...
- Big Ben has finally got it right.
- MICHAEL: And this goes... at the top. Uh... What's that? Where did this go? Uh... GEORGIE: Right there? MICHAEL: No. - GEORGIE: No, there. - This piece goes there. And does it matter that it
- I'm afraid you have a problem, Banks. You see, without those signatures, you have no bank shares... no house... you have nothing. What? But he knows you have the bank shares! He's been plann
- I only wish I'd believed them sooner! You all had him pegged right from the start, didn't you? Come on. Take the house! Go ahead. I have everything I need right here. (DOOR OPENS)
- He has you there, Willie. Uncle Dawes? What on earth are you doing here? A little bird told me... that you've been trying to cheat the Banks family... out of their shares in this bank. That h
- Oh, we'll see about that! I may be circling the drain... but I got a few steps left in me. (SINGING) So, when they tell you that you're finished And your chance to dance is done That's the tim
- - The house is yours. - (CHILDREN GASP) (ALL LAUGHING)
- MICHAEL: What a beautiful day to be going back home. Look at them lovely cherry blossoms. They're lovely. - I shall have to paint them. - (JANE CHUCKLES) What about you, Jane? What about me?
- (INAUDIBLE CONVERSATION) (BOTH LAUGHING)
- All right, all right. My turn, my turn. - Let's see it. - I've got it. (ALL LAUGH)
- MAN 2: Come ride the Ferris wheel! Come ride the Ferris wheel! MICHAEL: Georgie! (LAUGHS) ANNABEL: Georgie! - Slow down! - GEORGIE: Race you! VENDOR: Lollipops! ANNABEL: Look at the Ferris wh
- (SINGING) Life's a balloon that tumbles or rises Depending on what is inside Fill it with hope and playful surprises And, oh, dearie ducks, then you're in for a ride Look inside the balloon An
- Hello, we would like some of your very finest balloons, please. That you shall have. But choose carefully, my dearie ducks. Many have chosen the wrong balloon. Be sure to choose the one that'
- (SINGING) If your selection feels right Well, then, dearie, hold tight If you see your reflection your heart will take flight If you pick the right string Then your heart will take wing And the
- (MICHAEL GASPS) Oh! (LAUGHING) Father.
- (SINGING) Now I feel like that boy with a shiny new toy And there's nowhere to go but up (LAUGHING) Michael! Just one day at the fair has me waltzing on air And there's nowhere to go but up J
- CHILDREN: (SINGING) We're zigging and zagging Our feet never dragging We might take a ride to the Moon All this bobbing and weaving all comes from believing The magic inside the balloon JACK:
- Don't you lose her, son! I won't, sir! (SINGING) Up here in the blue It's a marvelous view! BOTH: Side by side is the best way to fly Once I just looked above but now I am part of The lovely L
- Would you like to try one yourself, sir?
- Well, I'll give it a go. All right, love. Choose carefully.
- ELLEN: (SINGING) When the clouds make a muss Well, I won't make a fuss But I'll polish the stars ALL: Ellen, better let us! BOTH: Give a lift to a foe For you reap what you sow ALL: And there's
- (GASPS) I've set sail! Chart a course, Mr. Binnacle! That I will, sir! (LAUGHING) (ALL CHEERING) ALL: (SINGING) If your day's up the spout Well, there isn't a doubt There's nowhere to go but
- And if you don't believe Just hang onto my sleeve For there's nowhere to go but up
- As you fly over town It gets harder to frown And we'll all hit the heights If we never look down Let the past take a bow The forever is now ALL: And there's nowhere to go but up, up! There's n
- (CHUCKLES) Of course, the grown-ups will all forget by tomorrow. They always do. Only one balloon left, Mary Poppins. I think it must be yours. Yes, I suppose it must.
- Practically perfect in every way.
- Welcome home, everyone. JANE: It's nice to be back, isn't it? MICHAEL: (CHUCKLES) It is, it's so nice. I never thought I'd feel this much joy and wonder ever again. I thought that door was cl
- (CHILDREN CHATTERING EXCITEDLY) (CHILDREN LAUGHING)
- JOHN: Come on, let's go! ANNABEL: Race you up the stairs! JOHN: No fair, you got a head start. GEORGIE: Oh, wait for me.
- She's gone, hasn't she, Michael?
- I won't forget, Mary Poppins. Promise.
- (SINGING) So hold on tight to those you love And maybe soon from up above You'll be blessed, so keep on looking high While you're underneath the lovely London
- (SINGING) If your day's up the spout Well, there isn't a doubt There's nowhere to go but up And if you don't believe Just hang onto my sleeve For there's nowhere to go but up As you fly over t
Mary Poppins - Emily Blunt
Jack - Lin-Manuel Miranda
Michael Banks - Ben Whishaw
Jane Banks - Emily Mortimer
Annabel - Pixie Davies
John - Nathanael Saleh
Georgie - Joel Dawson
Ellen - Julie Walters
Cousin Topsy - Meryl Streep
Wilkins - Colin Firth
Gooding - Jeremy Swift
Frye - Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Mr. Dawes, Jr. - Dick Van Dyke
Balloon Lady - Angela Lansbury
Admiral Boom - David Warner
Binnacle - Jim Norton
Miss Penny Farthing - Noma Dumezweni
Angus - Tarik Frimpong
Miss Lark - Sudha Bhuchar
Park Keeper - Steve Nicolson
Milkman - Christian Dixon
Information Desk Clerk - Christopher Godwin
Courier - John Dagleish
Elegant Woman - Karen Dotrice
Pub Landlord - Ian Conningham
Street Urchin - Billy Barratt
Street Urchin - Felix Collar
Street Urchin - Kate Attwell
Shamus the Coachman - Chris O'Dowd
Clyde the Horse - Mark Addy
Parrot Umbrella (voice) - Edward Hibbert
Leerie - Shay Barclay
Leerie - Ashley Birchall
Leerie (as Jonathan Bishop) - Johnny Bishop
Leerie - Michael Carroll
Leerie - Jon-Scott Clark
Leerie - Leon Cooke
Leerie - Jack Harrison-Cooper
Leerie - Sean Corrie
Leerie - Momar Diagne
Leerie - Antony Edwards
Leerie - Aston Newman Hannington
Leerie - Jake Moyle
Leerie - Marlon Pelayo
Leerie - James Revell
Leerie - Ted Rogers
Leerie - Charles Ruhrmund
Leerie - Christopher Scott
Leerie - Zac Smith
Leerie - Craig Stein
Leerie - Alex Sturman
Leerie - Jahrel Thomas
Leerie - Johnny White
Female Dancer - Teneisha Bonner
Female Dancer - Lavinia Fitzpatrick
Female Dancer - Tara Nicole Hughes
Female Dancer - Hannah Kenna-Thomas
Female Dancer - Jennifer Leung
Female Dancer - Rachel Muldoon
Female Dancer - Cassie Rogers
Female Dancer - Lorraine Stewart
Crowd Member - Maria Alexandrova
Bank Customer - Raj Awasti
Bank Customer 110 - Jeremy Azis
Leerie - Euan Beaden
Spring Fair Lady - Kiera Bell
Store Holder - Colin Blyth
Leerie - Declan Brooks
Leerie - Joshua Burnett-Blake
Man at Spring Fair - Jonathan Cann
Tramp - Steve Carroll
Leerie - Benj Cave
Leerie - Max Cave
Leerie - Calvin Chen
Handsome Man - Aiken Clark
Bank Teller - Bern Collaço
Boy - Antonio Raul Corbo
Trader at Topsey's - Tom Dab
Guard - Jack Dargov
Young Michael Banks - Rocco Day
Leerie - Ashley Edmonds
Passerby - Guinevere Edwards
Bank Customer - Vikki Edwards
Leerie - Jake Ellis
Leerie - Jason Forde
Fair Ground Attendee - David Gambier
Odd Couple - Robin George
Child - Maryjanesamantha Gibb
Leerie - Andrew Hale
Leerie - Krystof Hansbury
Spring Fair Lady - Rosanna Hiscock
Passerby at Bank - Ruth Horrocks
Animation Reference Performer - Weasel - Jonathan Andrew Hume
Boyfriend - Theo Ip
Bank Customer - Alex Jaep
Topsey's Trader - Zander James
Leerie - Rich Johnson
Leerie - Oliver Jones
Leerie - Paul Joseph
Leerie - Sebastian Keep
Leerie - Daniel Kijewski
Bank Customer - Nina Kumar
Leerie - Isaac Lesser
Cherry Tree Lane Local - Evelina Liu
Spring Fair Lady - Katarina Martin
Banker - Martyn Mayger
Cockney - Bradley Wj Miller
Leerie - Lee Musselwhite
Business Man - Richard Peter O'Sullivan
Banker - Rick Osman
Cherry Tree Lane Resident - Nick Owenford
Boy - Spring Fair Scene - Rico Pass
Corporate Internal Bank Customer - Jag Patel
Leerie - Callum Powell
Leerie - Sacha Powell
Fairground Gentleman - Kamal Prabhakar
Leerie - Joe Prattley
St Paul's Passerby - Richard Price
Fun Fair Couple - Bernardo Santos
Leerie - Craig Schembri
Leerie - Toby Segar
Leerie - Oliver Shields
Spring Fair Attende - Mark Shrimpton
Leerie - William Sutton
Homeless Soup Kitchen - Fran Targ
Twin - Alisha Tarran
Leerie - Drew Taylor
William Weatherall Wilkins' Shadow - Dominic Tighe
Teenager - Josh Turner
Crowd Member - Paul Wingrove