G | | Comedy, Family, Fantasy
In turn of the century London, a magical nanny employs music and adventure to help two neglected children become closer to their father.
There are 20 distinguishable names in "Jolly Holiday" when Bert and the penguins are discussing how no one is better than Mary Poppins. The names are as follows: Mavis and Sybil [have ways that are winning], Prudence and Gwendolyn [set your heart spinning], Phoebe [delightful], Maude [is disarming], Janis, Felicia, Lydia [charming], Cynthia [dashing], Vivian [sweet], Stephanie [smashing], Priscilla [a treat], Veronica, Millicent, Agnes, Jane [convivial company time and again], Doris, Phyllis, Glynis [of sorts, I'll agree are three jolly good sports. But, cream of the crop, tip of the top, it's Mary Poppins and there we stop.]
All right, ladies an' gents! Comical poem! Suitable for the occasion, extemporized and thought up before your very eyes! All right, 'ere we go!
Bert: Room 'ere for everyone. Gather around.
Bert: The constable - responstable! Now 'ow does that sound?
Bert: 'Ello, ...
When the penguins bring Mary and Bert menus, the menus are pink. A moment later, Bert's menu is bright purple.
In the end credits cast list, the actor playing Mr. Dawes, Sr. is initially shown as NAVCKID KEYD, then the letters unscramble themselves to show that this is a second role played by Dick Van Dyke.
Also shown in sing-a-long version.
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