Mary Poppins Returns (2018)
Mary Poppins: [singing to Georgie, Annabel, and John] Nothing's gone forever, only out of place.
Jane Banks: [to Mary Poppins] What brings you here after all this time?
Mary Poppins: Same thing that brought me the first time: I've come to look after the Banks children.
Anabel Banks: Us?
Mary Poppins: Oh yes, you, too.
Michael Banks: [after Georgie opens the door to reveal Mary Poppins's entrance; he stares partially open-mouthed] Mary...
Jane Banks: Poppins!
Mary Poppins: Close your mouth, please, Michael, we are *still* not a codfish.
[he does so, then Jane giggles briefly]
Mary Poppins: Jane Banks, still rather inclined to giggle, I see.
[she sets her carpet bag down on a small couch]
Michael Banks: Good heavens, it really is you! You seem hardly to have aged at all!
Mary Poppins: *Really*? How incredibly rude! One *never* discusses a woman's age, Michael. Would have hoped I taught you better.
Michael Banks: I'm sorry, I didn't mean...
Jane Banks: [interuppts] You came back! I thought we'd never see you again.
Michael Banks: It is wonderful to see you!
Mary Poppins: [primping herself in the mirror] Yes it 'tis, isn't it?
Anabel Banks: But we don't need a nanny.
John Banks: We have grown up a good deal in the past year.
Mary Poppins: [looking around the nursery room] Well, we'll have to see what can be done about that.
Mary Poppins: Everything is possible, even the impossible.
Jane Banks: [to the children] When your father and I were young, we used to imagine Mary Poppins could do all *sorts* of impossible things! Those things didn't really...
Michael Banks: Happen?
Jane Banks: No, of course not.
Michael Banks: Ridiculous.
[They say this oblivious to the fact that Mary Poppins is sliding up the bannister again behind them]
Balloon Lady: Of course, the grown-ups will all forget by tomorrow.
Mary Poppins: They always do.
Balloon Lady: Only one balloon left, Mary Poppins. I think it must be yours.
Mary Poppins: I suppose it must. Practically perfect in every way.
Mary Poppins: When the world turns upside down, the best thing to do is turn right along with it.
Mary Poppins: Nothing. Such a useful word, isn't it? It can mean anything and everything.
Mary Poppins: [to a dolphin, who's just popped up from the bathtub chirping eagerly] No, not yet.
Balloon Lady: [from trailer; to Michael] You've forgotten what it's like... to be a child.
Georgie Banks: How'd she do that?
Jack: One thing you should know about Mary Poppins: she never explains anything.
Mary Poppins: [singing] Some people like to splash and play; can you imagine that? And take a seaside holiday; can you imagine that?
Mary Poppins: [singing] So, perhaps we've learnt when day is done, some stuff and nonsense could be fun!
Mary Poppins: [whispering excitedly before sinking herself into a bubble bath] Off we go!
Georgie Banks: [seeing Mary Poppins catch her carpetbag and umbrella] How'd you do that?
Mary Poppins: Do what?
Mary Poppins: [after she lands in the park with the kite, which Jack and Georgie reeled in earlier] You need to be more careful when the wind rises, George; you nearly lost your kite.
[to Annabel and John]
Mary Poppins: And you two nearly lost your Georgie. He might have got away completely had I not been holding on to the other end of that string.
Mary Poppins: We're on the brink of adventure, children. Don't spoil it with too many questions.
Mary Poppins: When you change the view from where you stood, the things you view will change for good.
Jack: May I assure you, you look lovely as always!
Mary Poppins: Do you really think so? Nice to see you, Jack.
Jack: Good to see you, too, Mary Poppins.
Jack: There's a different point of view awaiting you if you just look up.
Mr. Dawes Jr.: Once upon a time, there was a man with a wooden leg named...
Michael Banks: [as he gazes at the snow globe of St. Paul's Cathedral, then bringing out his and Jane's kite] I honestly can't remember why we kept most of this stuff to begin with. Why on earth did we save this old, broken thing?
Jane Banks: [snatching the kite away] Don't you remember that kite? We used to love flying that with Mother and Father.
Michael Banks: Well, it won't fly anymore. Out it goes; no looking back.
Jack: [as he and Georgie see Mary Poppins descending on his kite, then they reel it in] As I live and breathe...
Jack: It's a good thing you've come along when you did, Mary Poppins.
Michael Banks: So you've been off filling the children's heads with stuff and nonsense?
Georgie Banks: Father, Aunt Jane, come quick! Quickly!
Michael Banks: [as he and Jane enter from upstairs] What is it, Georgie?
Jane Banks: Did something happen?
Georgie Banks: I was flying the kite, and it got caught on a nanny!
Jane Banks: Whatever are you talking about?
Georgie Banks: [taking Michael by the hand and leading him and Jane downstairs] Come, come look!
Michael Banks: Wait, where did you get that kite?
Georgie Banks: I found it in the park.
[he opens the door to reveal Mary Poppins]
Georgie Banks: *She* kept it from blowing away.
Michael Banks: [tearfully to Georgie, Annabel, and John] We're about to lose our home! Everything's fallen to pieces since your mother...
John Banks: What's a leerie?
Jack: Why, it's what we lamplighters call ourselves, of course. Leeries, trip the lights and lead the way!
Mary Poppins: Good heavens Annabel, what have you done to your clothes? You could grow a *garden* with that much soil.
[Mr. Dawes, Jr. arrives at the bank]
Mr. Dawes Jr.: He has you there, Willy.
Wilkins: Uncle Dawes? What on earth are you doing here?
Mr. Dawes Jr.: A little bird told me.
[turns to the Parrot umbrella, winks and Parrot umbrella winks at him back]
Jack: You see, there's nothing to it.
Anabel Banks: Can you speak leerie, Mary Poppins?
Mary Poppins: Can I speak leerie?
Jack: Of course she can; she's Mary Poppins!
Georgie Banks: Can we do it with you?
Mary Poppins: Oh, very well then.
Georgie Banks: What are you doing?
[Gooding and Frye gasps]
Wilkins: 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 visited. So, he could pay and visit to your nursery.
Georgie Banks: But... But, those are our things.
Wilkins: Oh, not anymore, they aren't.
Georgie Banks: [sees Gilly in the box] Give Gilly back!
Jack: Bucks and mares, cubs and does, welcome to our show of shows! 'Tis my great honor to introduce this evening's renowned guest: the one... the only... Mar - y Poppins!
[During the song "The Cover is Not The Book"]
Penguin #1: [about one of Uncle Gutenburg's stories] Mary Poppins, could you give us an example?
Mary Poppins: Certainly!
[Mary Poppins "plants" a kiss on the penguin's bill with her finger]
Penguin #1: [lovestrickened] Mm!
[the penguin wiggles his eyebrows coyily at Mary Poppins as the Royal Doulton Hall audience laughs]