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Bert: All right, I'll do it myself!
Mary Poppins: Do what?
Bert: Bit o' magic!
Michael: A bit of magic?
Bert: It's easy! Let's see... You think. You wink. You do a double blink. You close your eyes... and jump!
[They jump onto the drawing, nothing happens]
Jane: Is something s'posed to happen?
Mary Poppins: Bert, what utter nonsense!
[gives an exasperated sigh]
Mary Poppins: Why do you always complicate things that are really quite simple? Give me your hand please, Michael. Don't slouch. One... two...
[They jump into the chalk picture]


--Julie Andrews (as Mary Poppins) in Mary Poppins

Mr. Banks: Just a moment, Mary Poppins. What is the meaning of this outrage?
Mary Poppins: I beg your pardon?
Mr. Banks: Will you be good enough to explain all this?
Mary Poppins: First of all, I would like to make one thing quite clear.
Mr. Banks: Yes?
Mary Poppins: I never explain anything.
[exits]


--Julie Andrews (as Mary Poppins) in Mary Poppins

Jane: Mary Poppins, we won't let you go!
Mary Poppins: Go? What on earth are you talking about?
Michael: Didn't you get sacked?
Mary Poppins: Sacked? Certainly not. I am never sacked!
Jane: Oh, Mary Poppins!
Jane, Michael: Hurrah, hurray, hurray, hurray, hurray, hurray...
Mary Poppins: Neither am I a Maypole. Kindly stop spinning about me.


--Julie Andrews (as Mary Poppins) in Mary Poppins

Marta: I'm Marta, and I'm going to be seven on Tuesday, and I'd like a pink parasol.
Maria: Well, pink's my favorite color, too.


--Julie Andrews (as Maria) in The Sound of Music

Miss Dorothy Brown: Oh, I do hope he won't be an addict. I mean with all that dope.
Millie Dillmount: It didn't hurt Sleeping Beauty or Snow White.


--Julie Andrews (as Millie Dillmount) in Thoroughly Modern Millie


Miss Flannery: Forget the boy, Dillmount, get yourself a canary!
Millie Dillmount: [to herself] Forget the boy, Dillmount, get yourself a man!


--Julie Andrews (as Millie Dillmount) in Thoroughly Modern Millie

Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: [while horizontal with Emily] I'm not your type, you know.
Emily Barham: Like hell, you're not!
Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: I only thought you fancied heroes. I'm yellow, honey, clear through.
Emily Barham: That's your most attractive quality. Oh,I've had it with heroes! Every man I've loved has died in this war. You'll never get caught in the shooting - that's one thing I;m sure of. You can't imagine how attractive that makes you to me.


--Julie Andrews (as Emily Barham) in The Americanization of Emily

Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: Easy, tiger, that's a tailored shirt.
Emily Barham: Oh, shut up and let me kiss you.


--Julie Andrews (as Emily Barham) in The Americanization of Emily

Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: Emily, I want the world to know what a fraud war is.
Emily Barham: But war isn't a fraud, Charlie, it's very real. At least that's what you always tried to tell me, isn't it? That we shall never get rid of war by pretending it's unreal? It's the virtue of war that's the fraud, not war itself. It's the valor and the self-sacrifice and the goodness of war that needs the exposing. And here you are being brave and self-sacrificing, positively clanking with moral fervor, perpetuating the very things you detest merely to do "the right thing". Honestly, Charlie, your conversion to morality is really quite funny. All this time I've been terrified of becoming Americanized, and you, you silly ass, have turned into a bloody Englishman.


--Julie Andrews (as Emily Barham) in The Americanization of Emily

Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: You're forever falling for men on their last nights on furlough. That's about the limit of your commitments, one night, a day, a month. You prefer lovers to husbands, hotels to homes. You'd rather grieve than live.
Emily Barham: You're not only cowardly and selfish; you're remarkably cruel as well.


--Julie Andrews (as Emily Barham) in The Americanization of Emily

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Emily Barham: I don't want any more doomed men.


--Julie Andrews (as Emily Barham) in The Americanization of Emily

Emily Barham: Then why do it?
Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: Because it's the right thing to do.
Emily Barham: I can't believe it. Is this the Charlie Madison who once said "God save us from all the people who do the right thing, it's the rest of us who get our backs broken"?


--Julie Andrews (as Emily Barham) in The Americanization of Emily

Emily Barham: You brought me some chocolates.
Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: Two boxes of Hershey's.
Emily Barham: Well, that's very American of you, Charlie. You just had to bring along some small token of opulence. Well, I don't want them. You Yanks can't even show affection without buying something.
Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison: Well don't get into a state over it. I thought you liked chocolates.
Emily Barham: I do, but my country's at war and we're doing without chocolates for a while. And I don't want oranges or eggs or soap flakes, either. Don't show me how profitable it will be to fall in love with you, Charlie. Don't Americanize me.


--Julie Andrews (as Emily Barham) in The Americanization of Emily

Maria: [Friedrich and Kurt run into Maria's room during a thunderstorm] You boys weren't scared, too, were you?
Friedrich von Trapp: No. We just wanted to be sure that you weren't.
Maria: That was very thoughtful of you, Friedrich.
Friedrich von Trapp: It wasn't my idea. It was Kurt's.
Maria: Kurt! That's the one I left out. God bless Kurt!


--Julie Andrews (as Maria) in The Sound of Music

Maria: [saying her bed time prayers] I forgot the other boy. Oh, what's his name? Oh, well, God bless What's-his-name.


--Julie Andrews (as Maria) in The Sound of Music

Maria: [singing] Silver white winters that melt into springs, these are a few of my favorite things


--Julie Andrews (as Maria) in The Sound of Music

Maria: I can't seem to stop singing wherever I am. And what's worse, I can't seem to stop saying things - anything and everything I think and feel.
Mother Abbess: Some people would call that honesty.
Maria: Oh, but it's terrible, Reverend Mother.


--Julie Andrews (as Maria) in The Sound of Music

Maria: I'd like to thank each and every one of you for the precious gift you left in my pocket today.
Captain von Trapp: Um, what gift?
Maria: It's meant to be a secret, Captain, between the children and me.
Captain von Trapp: Uh-huh. Then I suggest that you keep it, and let us eat.
Maria: Knowing how nervous I must have been, a stranger in a new household, knowing how important it was for me to feel accepted. It was so kind and thoughtful of you to make my first moments here so warm and happy and... pleasant.
[All the while, the children look guilty. Marta starts to cry]
Captain von Trapp: What is the matter, Marta?
Marta: Nothing.
[Louisa, Brigitta and Gretl join in, while Liesl, Friedrich and Kurt continue to look guilty]
Captain von Trapp: Uh, Fräulein... is it to be at every meal, or merely at dinnertime, that you, uh, intend leading us all through this rare and wonderful new world of... indigestion?
Maria: Oh, they're all right, Captain. They're just happy.
[All of the girls, except Liesl, continue to cry out of guilt]


--Julie Andrews (as Maria) in The Sound of Music

Maria: I'd like to thank you all for the precious gift you left in my pocket today.
Captain von Trapp: What gift?
Maria: It's meant to be a secret between the children and me.
Captain von Trapp: Then I suggest you keep it, and let us eat.
Maria: Knowing how nervous I must have been, a stranger in a new household, knowing how important it was for me to feel accepted, it was so kind and thoughtful of you to make my first moments here so warm and happy and pleasant.


--Julie Andrews (as Maria) in The Sound of Music

Maria: There were times when we would look at each other - oh Mother, I could hardly breathe.


--Julie Andrews (as Maria) in The Sound of Music

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