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The Most Memorable Quotes From Mary Poppins

“Let’s go fly a kite!” Since 1964, families have loved the Disney live-action musical, Mary Poppins. It’s an endearing classic that brings joy to fans of all ages. From the first time the audience sees Mary Poppins, it’s a thrilling adventure and everyone wants a nanny like Mary.

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The movie has memorable quotes that fans still reference today. Hear one of these lines, and many people instantly know it’s from Mary Poppins. They’re inspirational, sweet, comical, and they always make a fan feel better. That’s the power of Mary Poppins.

Updated by Amanda Bruce on September 1, 2021: With a sequel released decades after the original, and the movie being readily available on streaming sites, new generations of children are still being introduced to the magical nanny that is Mary Poppins. Some audience members might find the feel-good messages of the film a little dated, but there's something special about Mary, her words of wisdom, and the imaginative journey on which she takes the audience.

15 "Close Your Mouth, Michael. We Are Not A Codfish." - Mary Poppins

While a lot of Mary Poppins' lines in the movie are meant to foster imagination and make following the rules fun, this one also reveals that she knows how to make admonishments funny. As Michael Banks opens his mouth in shock at things like her bottomless bag and talking umbrella, Mary barely spares him a glance to give this line.

Michael immediately closing his mouth might make the audience laugh, but it also shows the audience that Mary means business. As fun as she is for the rest of the movie, she puts the job of bringing the family together first. That doesn't just mean bringing imagination back to Mr. Banks but also getting the Banks children to behave.

14 "That's A Piecrust Promise. Easily Made, Easily Broken." - Mary Poppins

The iconic nanny is a lover of metaphors. They're just one of the many ways Mary Poppins conveys her intelligence to the audience. When she uses these metaphors, they really paint a picture for the Banks children and the audience.

With this particular Mary Poppins quote, she references the potential for a broken promise as a "pie crust promise." Others might just say they're afraid of a child not being truthful, or of them not being able to commit to what they say, but Mary takes it a step further to really make the children see what she means. Piecrusts are fragile. They crumble in hand and are nearly impossible to keep whole. That's a great visual for a promise that is impossible to keep.

13 "What Do You Get When You Feed The Birds? Fat Birds." - Mr. Dawes

Out of context, this line isn't anything special. When the audience, however, sees Mr. Dawes swoop in and take Michael's money from him when saying it, however, it's a sign of a lack of imagination.

The man in charge of the bank has one thing on his mind, and that's making money. He doesn't appreciate that Michael wants to do something sweet with his hard-earned dollar, like feed the birds while he spends time in the park; Mr. Dawes thinks only of investments. He's one of the least likable characters in Mary Poppins thanks to his lack of imagination. This line only solidifies that.

12 "The Man Said, 'I'd Like To Replace Your Cat.' And The Lady Said, 'That's All Right With Me, But How Are You At Catching Mice?'" - Bert

If Mary Poppins loves a good metaphor, Bert loves a good dad joke. He and the Banks children in particular find this one very funny. Some might miss the punchline if they're too busy seeing what's going on in the scene with its hovering table, but Bert, Michael, and Jane laughing uproariously during tea time clues them in.

Compared to some of the most iconic lines from the songs in the movie, this one might not be as memorable, but it's likely that nearly every child who sees the movie tries their hand at retelling the joke at least once.

11 "Though We Adore Men Individually, We Agree As A Group That They're Rather Stupid." - Winifred Banks

This particular of Mary Poppins' lines seems pretty mean-spirited at first, but Mrs. Banks is actually trying to make a larger point to her friends. One of the reasons she's not home to spend as much time with Jane and Michael is because she's an active participant in the suffragette movement, which is the entire reason for this line.

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Mrs. Banks has been working tirelessly in hopes that women will be allowed to vote and act independently of their husbands. It's clearly taking a toll on her as this particular line is the one that stands out from her few scenes in the movie. She just wants her voice to be heard.

10 “Winds In The East, Mist Coming In.” - Bert

There is no Mary Poppins without Julie Andrews as Mary and Dick Van Dyke as Bert, Mary’s loyal friend. While Van Dyke has been criticized for his subpar English Cockney accent, pair him with Andrews and there is movie magic.

The prologue of Van Dyke’s famous song “Chim Chim Cher-ee” features one of the movie’s most memorable quotes: “Winds in the east, mist coming in. Like somethin’ is brewin’ and 'bout to begin. Can’t put me finger on what lies in store, but I fear what’s to happen all happened before.” The quote hints at Mary’s arrival and gives the movie a musical mystique. It also hints at Bert's history with Mary as the two are revealed to be old friends. As soon as a movie fan hears this line, they know the iconic song is on the way.

9 “There’s The Whole World At Your Feet.” - Bert

Mary Poppins is undeniably one of the most inspirational Disney films of all time. It is filled with one encouraging, motivating line after another. During one scene, Bert tells the Banks children: “What did I tell ya? There’s the whole world at your feet. And who gets to see it? But the birds, the stars and the chimney sweeps.”

According to Bert, the world is massive and has so many opportunities for people. However, most people don’t realize this and they don’t see the world. Bert reminds the audience as well as the Banks kids that even though they might feel stuck, if they widen their perspective, they can do anything.

8 “A Spoonful Of Sugar Helps The Medicine Go Down!” - Mary

Mary Poppins could make anything seem fun, even cleaning a bedroom. In another famous Disney song, “A Spoonful of Sugar,” the advises the Banks children, Jane and Michael, with one of the most famous Mary Poppins sayings that, “a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.” Essentially, some tasks in life seem dreadful, but they don’t always have to be. Mary adds, “In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun.”

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Anything can be fun if one improves their spirits. If a person is joyful, things will get better. They might struggle every now and then, but having a positive mindset and attitude will help accomplish goals.

7 “I Never Explain Anything.” - Mary Poppins

When Mary is hired to be the Banks’ nanny, Mr. George Banks isn’t too thrilled with her. When he notices an outrage inside his home, he demands Mary to explain herself. He says, “Will you be good enough to explain all this?”

Mary delivers the perfect response to his demand: “First of all, I would like to make one thing perfectly clear … I never explain anything.” Mary doesn’t have to explain what’s going on inside the Banks’ home. She hasn’t done anything wrong, so why explain? This response might not work for everyone, but it rightfully surprised Mr. Banks. Mary is someone who doesn't apologize for who she is, and the audience can certainly take inspiration from that.

6 “Childhood Slips Like Sand Through A Sieve.” - Bert

No one really wants to grow up, but it happens to everyone. Children mature and it’s often too quickly. Bert acknowledges this in his memorable line: “Childhood slips like sand through a sieve … and all too soon they’ve up and grown, and then they’ve flown.”

Before a parent realizes it, a child is ready to leave and start their own life. They’re ready to “fly the nest.” Mary Poppins reminds audiences to hold on to their childhood — because it’ll be over before they know it. It's a bittersweet sentiment.

5 “Why Do You Always Complicate Things That Are Really Quite Simple?” - Mary Poppins

When Mary and Bert team up together in the film, it’s movie magic. Many fans even ship the two characters. When the duo takes the Banks children into an imaginative world, it’s a delightful adventure.

To step into this fantasy world, they must jump into a chalk drawing. Of course, this isn’t realistic, but it’s a Disney movie and it’s supposed to be magical. At first, Bert’s instructions aren’t very clear to the Banks children. Mary sighs and tells him: “Why do you always complicate things that are really quite simple?” Mary and Bert's banter is part of the fun of the movie.

4 “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!” - Mary Poppins

Quite possibly the most iconic song from the Disney film, “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” symbolizes everything magical and pure in the Disney classic. The zany tune is a collaboration between Andrews and Van Dyke, and it’s a delightful song and dance number that’s fun for fans of all ages.

Fans might not be able to spell the word, and pronouncing it might also be a challenge, but it’s hard not to smile when listening to the song. The word reminds fans to look for all the wonderful things in your life.

3 “Don’t You Know That Everybody’s Got A Fairyland Of Their Own?” - P.L. Travers

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if everyone had a fantastical world that belonged only to them? This isn’t a dream in the Disney film. The movie references a quote from Mary Poppins author P.L. Travers: “Don’t you know that everybody’s got a Fairyland of their own?”

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It's everyone's dream to have a place where they can go that’s only theirs — a magical place that no one can steal, where people can have fun and be themselves. It’s a beautiful message for young children (and adults) to always dream and never to lose their imagination.

2 “Let’s Go Fly A Kite!” - George Banks

Towards the end of the movie, Mr. Banks realizes that he needs to spend more time with his children. He needs to have fun, and the whole family is thrilled with his character development. He sings, “Let’s go fly a kite!”

With this new realization, Mary Poppins’ job is done. She fixed the Banks family and they don’t need her anymore. She taught Mr. Banks to have fun with his children and she’s free to leave because the children now have both a loving mother and father. It's a simple line, but one that signals a big change.

1 “Practically Perfect In Every Way.” - Mary Poppins

If the audience had to describe the titular nanny, one of the truly memorable Mary Poppins phrases would do the job: “Practically perfect in every way.” When Mary is getting acquainted with the Banks children, she uses a special measuring tape to figure out Jane and Michael’s personalities. Michael is, “extremely stubborn and suspicious.” Jane, on the other hand, is, “rather inclined to giggle and doesn’t put things away.”

When the children ask to measure Mary, the results are exactly what Mary figured: She’s, "practically perfect in every way." Mary is the best nanny the Banks children could have asked for, and she will always be a beloved “practically perfect” film character.

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In case you haven’t heard the winds in the East or felt a mist coming in, here’s what’s brewing: Mary Poppins Returns!

Mary Poppins is back to help the next generation of the Banks family with a word of advice (and many extraordinary things) so they can find the joy and wonder missing in their lives following a personal loss.

I am literally counting the days and have been excited about it since the 2017 D23 Expo live-action movie announcements and I have some Mary Poppins quotes to set the tone.

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Disney’s MARY POPPINS RETURNS is an all-new original musical and sequel, directed by Rob Marshall and starring Emily Blunt as the practically-perfect delightful nanny with unique magical skills who can turn any ordinary task into an unforgettable, fantastic adventure.

Of course, we can never forget Julie Andrews in this iconic role, blue hat and all!

  • Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) returns to the Banks home after many years and uses her magical skills to help the now grown up Michael and Jane rediscover the joy and wonder missing in their lives in MARY POPPINS RETURNS, directed by Rob Marshall.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, aka THE ONE AND ONLY, plays Mary Poppins’ friend Jack, an optimistic street lamplighter who helps bring light — and life — to the streets of London.

  • Jack (Lin-Manuel Miranda) Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) and the Banks children with a crew of street lamplighters at 17 Cherry Tree Lane in Disney's original musical MARY POPPINS RETURNS, a sequel to the 1964 MARY POPPINS which takes audiences on an entirely new adventure with the practically perfect nanny and the Banks family.

As if that weren’t enough Colin Firth, Meryl Streep, Dick Van Dyke, and Angela Lansbury will also be in the film!

  • Emily Blunt is Mary Poppins in Dinsey’s original musica MARY. POPPINS RETURNS, a sequel to the 1964 MARY POPPINS which takes audiences on an entirely new adventure with the practically perfect nanny and the Banks family.

I anticipate we’ll get plenty of P. L. Travers wisdom in our Mary Poppins sequel, too!

Best Mary Poppins Quotes from Our Beloved Classic Film

Let’s recap some of the most positive Mary Poppins quotes, the ones that remind us of our favorite magical and brilliant nanny and the joy she brings!

The entire film is filled with endearing quotes that can be applied to our everyday life and that created movie magic in one of Disney’s most endearing classic musical films.

If you’re a child at heart, like I am, these Mary Poppins quotes will make you want to sing Chim Chim Cher-ee!

“Practically perfect in every way.” ~ Mary Poppins

This is probably the most memorable quote P.L. Travers quote, and though perfection does not exist and there are no perfect people, the message is that you are perfect enough in every way, just as you are. Embrace it!

“I never explain anything.” ~ Mary Poppins

This is one of my favorite quotes from Mary Poppins because I’m learning that NO is a complete sentence.

You can say NO without saying why, without explaining yourself.  You can also say YES without owing anyone an explanation!

“Well, if you must you must.” ~ Mary Poppins

There’s so much peace in allowing people to do what they think is right and make their own mistakes, or at least to have the humility to admit that their path may not end up after being a mistake, after all.

“I’ll stay till the wind changes.” ~ Mary Poppins

It’s wise to know when it’s time to move on. Sometimes we stay in toxic situations, situations we’ve outgrown, and situations that don’t serve us, simply out of fear to not seem flaky or to seem loyal.

“Oh, I make it a point never to give references.” ~ Mary Poppins

It’s good to start clean and let your qualifications and your actions speak for themselves. Like my friend Les Brown says, someone’s opinion of you doesn’t have to become your reality.

“In every job that must be done there is an element of fun.” ~ Mary Poppins

Every chore, task, or job we do is out of choice.

We could always opt-out! So, why not find some fun in it? And if there’s no fun to be found, we can add our own!

“I *am* kind, but *extremely* firm.” ~ Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins has a cheery disposition and she is *never cross.* She plays games of all sorts, and even has “rosy cheeks and everything,” as little Michael Banks noticed.

This doesn’t mean she is a doormat; however. Being kind is non synonymous with people-pleasing; you must set firm, clear, and healthy boundaries for any relationship to succeed. 

  • Jane (Emily Mortimer), John (Nathanael Saleh), Annabel (Pixie Davies), Ellen (Julie Walters). Jack (Lin-Manuel Miranda) Georgie (Joel Dawson) and Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) in Disney’s original musical MARY POPPINS RETURNS, a sequel to the 1964 MARY POPPINS which takes audiences on an entirely new adventure with the practically-perfect nanny and the Banks family.

“Well Begun is Half-Done.” ~ Mary Poppins

This proverb is attributed to Aristotle and it assures us that when we begin well, finishing the task, project, or chore we have endeavored will become easier to finish, and in fact, it almost assures success!

“Let’s go fly a kite!” ~ George Banks

Normally, if you someone tells you to go fly a kite, it’s a quite direct way of telling you to disappear, go away, and leave them alone, but it can be a gift.

When we let go, it’s like we now have wings and can soar, feet are firm on the ground. A new adventure enfolds if you choose to find it.

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“That’s a piecrust promise. Easily made, easily broken.” ~ Mary Poppins

I guess the message here is beware of piecrust promises.

Keeping your agreements is absolutely essential to be happy and successful, especially the agreements you make with yourself.

“Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, in the most delightful way!” ~ Mary Poppins

This Disney song is not just about adorable children taking their castor oil medicine. Just a little adjustment in your attitude can make something more pleasant, or at least more tolerable. 

“There’s the whole world at your feet.” ~ Mary Poppins

You may feel like you’re stuck sometimes, but there’s a whole world of opportunities, possibilities, and potential you can tap into. It’s a lovely thing about being alive.

  • Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) returns to the Banks home after many years and uses her magical skills to help the now grown up Michael and Jane rediscover the joy and wonder missing in their lives in MARY POPPINS RETURNS, directed by Rob Marshall.

 “… Childhood slips like sand through a sieve … and all too soon they’ve up and grown, and then they’ve flown.” ~ Mary Poppins

We only get 18 Summers with our children! You can definitely pursue other interests besides motherhood, but do be intentional so you don’t do it at the expense of the most precious people in your life, believing the lie of someday.

“Why do you *always* complicate things that are really quite simple?” ~ Mary Poppins

Simplify. It’s one of those beautiful life lessons I’m still learning every day.

“Never judge things by their appearance… even carpetbags. I’m sure I never do.” ~ Mary Poppins

Can you be sure you never judge? Me neither.

Everyone judges, but those who judge least are the ones that at least strive to make sure they never do. You get what I mean.

As a matter of fact, it’s a matter of substance, not a matter of looks!

  • Jack (lin-Manuel Miranda), Annabel (Pixie Davies), Georgie (Joel Dawson), John (Nathanael Saleh) and Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) in Disney's original musical MARY POPPINS RETURNS, a sequel to the 1964 MARY POPPINS which takes audiences on an entirely new adventure with the practically perfect nanny and the Banks family.

“Don’t you know that everybody’s got a Fairyland of their own?” ~ Mary Poppins

I think this is one of the most underestimated Mary Poppins quotes, because it is so enlightening!

Our imagination is powerful and we have instant access to it. Our imagination can add that bit of magic we need in our day.

We worry so much and often imagine the worst-case scenario, but we can use our imagination to create dreams, magic, and wonder, instead. 

“People who get their feet wet must learn to take their medicine.” ~ Mary Poppins

I’m an old-fashioned Latina mom when it comes to walking barefoot on the cold tile, so this one is quite literal for me.

If you make a choice, you must take personal responsibility, learn to deal with the consequences and be quick to find a solution. Blaming, whining, and complaining won’t help anyone.

“See for yourself.” ~ Mary Poppins

I teach my daughters to be students, thinkers, and ponderers. Don’t believe everything you see or hear; don’t believe what you think when you first see or hear it, either.

You possess amazing faculties to help you imagine, experience, and believe everything on your own.

“Anything can happen if you let it.” ~ Mary Poppins

Sometimes we are the only ‘thing’ standing in the way of what we want.

Meditate on this: What is something that you can allow in your life? 

“Sometimes a person we love, through no fault of their own, can’t see past the end of his nose.” ~ Mary Poppins

The Bible tells us that Jesus said these words in the cross: “Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.” (Luke 23:34).

Sometimes it’s hard to realize that those who hurt us sometimes have no idea what they are doing, the damage they are causing, and the degree of our suffering.

  • Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt) in Disney's original musical MARY POPPINS RETURNS, a sequel to the 1964 MARY POPPINS which takes audiences on an entirely new adventure with the practically perfect nanny and the Banks family.

It’s even harder to think that these people would act in such ways “through no fault of their own,” but this understanding can be the source of great peace. In most cases, if they knew what they were doing, they wouldn’t do it.

“Enough is as good as a feast.” ~ Mary Poppins

Sometimes we get sold on the idea that we need MORE of this or that to be fulfilled.

This English proverb means that there is no point in having more than you need or want. It’s not about settling, but in recognizing there’s no value in excess. 

“I believe a trial period would be wise.” ~ Mary Poppins

Daring to take risks is part of success in some cases, but careful consideration can help prevent catastrophes in others, especially when you have doubts going in.

“Open different doors. You may find a you there that you never knew was yours.” ~ Mary Poppins

When you try something new, you always discover something new about yourself. In one of my favorite books, we read: “Circumstances do not make the man, they reveal him.”

These are my favorite quotes from the one and only Mary Poppins. She’s always ready to deliver the good word, sing songs, and play games!

There are also many great quotes from Mr. Banks, Mrs. Banks, Mr. Dawes, Ellen, Jane, Michael, Uncle Albert, our friend Bert and even The Bird Woman!

What are your favorite quotes from Mary Poppins? Share any other Mary Poppins quotes you love or any quotes from other characters in the comments below.

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The Top 9 Mary Poppins Quotes, According to You

Winds in the east, there's a mist coming in, like something is brewin' and 'bout to begin. What is that something? Quotes. Quotes that you have chosen as the best of the best from Mary Poppins: that timeless movie that brings infinite joy to us all. It's simply brimming with delightful zingers, thoughtful asides, and melodious lyrics, so it must have been challenging for you to choose just one favorite. But choose you did, because you're winners. And here are your results (in no particular order):

"Close your mouth please, Michael. We are not a codfish."

"First of all, I would like to make one thing clear: I never explain anything."

"What do you get when you feed the birds? Fat birds."

"Though we adore men individually, we agree that as a group they're rather stupid."

"There's the whole world at your feet. And who gets to see it but the birds, the stars, and the chimney sweeps."

"With your feet on the ground you're a bird in flight with your fist holding tight to the string of your kite."

"The man said, 'I'd like to replace your cat.' And the lady said, 'That's all right with me, but how are you with catching mice?'"

"Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, in the most delightful way!"

"You know, you can say it backwards, which is docious-ali-expi-istic-fragil-cali-rupus,  but that's going a bit too far, don't you think?"

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[reads an ad she and Michael wrote] Wanted: a nanny for two adorable children.

Adorable — well that's highly debatable, I must say.

[Jane continues reading while singing alone.]

If you want this choice position, have a cheery disposition...

Jane, I don't... [Winifred silences him.]

Rosy cheeks, no warts...

That's the part I put in!

Play games all sorts. You must be kind, you must be witty; very sweet and fairly pretty...

Well, of all the ridic... [Winifred silences him again.]

Take us on outings, give us treats. Sing songs, bring sweets. Never be cross or cruel, never feed us castor oil, or gruel. Love us as a son and daughter, and never smell of barley water...

I put that in, too.

If you won't scold and dominate us, we will never give you cause to hate us. We won't hide your spectacles so you can't see, put toads in your bed, or pepper in your tea. Hurry, Nanny! Many thanks! Sincerely...

Michael and Jane:
Jane and Michael Banks.


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Mary Poppins popularized the phrase and musical sounds of ‘supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!’ Known for the witty humor of Dick Van Dyke and musical sounds of Julie Andrews, here is a look at some of the best Mary Poppins sayings.

“Close your mouth please, Michael. We are not a codfish.”

“First of all, I would like to make one thing clear: I never explain anything.”

“He knew, the moment he opened his eyes, that something was wrong but he was not quite sure what it was.”

“I hate being good.”

“Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, in the most delightful way!”

“The same substance composes us–the tree overhead, the stone beneath us, the bird, the beast, the star–we are all one, all moving to the same end.”

“There’s the whole world at your feet. And who gets to see it but the birds, the stars, and the chimney sweeps.”

“Though we adore men individually, we agree that as a group they’re rather stupid.”

“What do you get when you feed the birds? Fat birds.”

“With your feet on the ground you’re a bird in flight with your fist holding tight to the string of your kite.”

“You know, you can say it backwards, which is docious-ali-expi-istic-fragil-cali-rupus, but that’s going a bit too far, don’t you think?”

Here is a unique film on the behind the scenes of the 1964 Disney film, ‘Mary Poppins.’

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