The clip mrs. quickly coming Part 3 from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Let the common herd drink tea.
Our souls need a more divine libation!
Oh! You mad fool! I say.
No, no, not here amongst the cutlery.
I must go before my reputation is in tatters on this rug.
Lovely rug. Is it Chinese silk?
Must escape before all is lost.
Heavens to Betsy! You are inflamed!
How does a lonely widow best you? What defences does she have?
All it takes is one question, Cedric, and I'm yours.
Ask me or you'll lose me forever.
Oh, no... Absolutely.
Say it. Say it.
Say it. Say it.
Oh! No! This is too much, sir!
You are a cad!
A bounder and a cad!
The clip a donkey dance with aunt adelaide hat from Nanny McPhee (2005)
What did Papa say? He must have told her not to even think of it.
He didn't say anything.
Come on. Let's find the others.
I must be frank. There is no question of your taking...
Hush now! I'm used to taking responsibility for other people's mistakes.
Now, where is the bulk of your offspring?
Ah. Here we are.
It was a bee. A big bee. Erm...
Gone now. Phew.
You're not well, Cedric.
The sooner you find a good wife, the better.
This'll put her off wanting any of you girls.
Speak up, girl!
Oh! What an unfortunate face.
All those bristles.
It might be very hard to get her decently betrothed.
Do you not have a more comely girl?
Erm... perhaps round the front of the house.
Chrissie, hurry up!
Tie it, Chrissie.
Eric, stop her!
Chrissie, stop! She'll see you!
Cedric, I had no idea that you had produced such a...
such an unattractive batch of females.
I shall leave directly. Get my hat.
Your hat? So soon?
Really? No, you can't... I'll get it.
The clip a donkey dance with aunt adelaide hat Part 2 from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Oh, yes. You'll do perfectly.
A little timid, perhaps, but we'll soon knock that out of you.
Come on, come on. It can't do any harm to try.
I can't find your... What are you doing?
This is the chosen one. Get her ready.
Chrissie? You're not listen...
Shut up, Cedric, and do as you're told!
Nanny McPhee, we need you.
Nanny McPhee, please, we need you.
Where is my hat?
How dare you!
The clip a donkey dance with aunt adelaide hat Part 3 from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Oh, my, what a merry game.
My, my, what a pretty girl you are.
Oh, this is the girl for me.
Such poise, such gaiety.
Ah, there you are, staff.
I'm taking this child with me. Get her ready.
Very well, madam.
Do not forget that someone has to go with your great-aunt
and it cannot be the donkey, can it?
The clip look for a nanny from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Colin Firth, Emma Thompson
There's been a tiny hiccup.
We're not here.
Please, let me in...
Listen, they didn't eat the baby. It was a chicken, actually.
There's no more nannies! You've had your lot.
The person you need is Nanny McPhee.
Is that you, Mrs Partridge?
The person you need is Nanny McPhee.
I need her to start right away. I'm late for a vital tea dance.
Nanny McPhee is not on our books.
Nanny McPhee is not on anyone's books.
The clip open scene from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Colin Firth, Claire Downes
We must begin our story, sad to say, with an empty chair.
If it were not empty, we would not have a story.
But it is, and we do, and it is time to tell it.
This is the story of my family,
of my seven children, who are all very clever
but all very, very, very naughty.
Aaaaah! Aaaah! Aaaaa-aaaagh...!
This is Nanny Whetstone,
the 17th nanny I had hired to look after my children.
She was the strictest, the toughest
and the most fearless nanny in all the land.
As I went to work that day at the funeral parlour,
I was confident in the knowledge that there was nothing, absolutely nothing
that my children could do to upset her.
They've eaten the baby!
The clip changing in house from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Celia Imrie, Eliza Bennett
The big day. I do love my weddings.
Mr Brown. What's he really like?
No idea. Keen as mustard to tie the knot, though.
Had to sort this out quick. Only got the sheep dipped yesterday.
But he's easily controlled, unlike his nasty little brood.
However will you manage them, Selma?
I've got a few tricks up my sleeve. Never you mind.
I started off by giving them a good clean-up.
Oh, don't they look lovely?
Sebastian, your top button is undone.
Lily, you have a little hair caught in your crook. Eric, help her, please.
Your father will be down in a moment.
Now, that is an improvement. Letty, go and keep a lookout.
I say, whatever your name is,
give me a second on my own with the little darlings?
Now, my dears, there's going to be some changes made round here.
I'm in charge of this household now
and while I'm in charge, you children will behave.
Do you hear? Behave.
And we're not having any of that nasty noise all the way through my nice wedding.
Shut her up.
It's our mother's rattle. Give it back.
I'm your mother now.
Time to adapt.
The clip mr.brown marry Evangeline from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Jennifer Rae Daykin
A nice choice for a wife, I must say, Cedric.
I'm sorry. You gave me no time to find anyone else.
As for your children, a lengthy spell in a corrective institution is long overdue.
And you, Evangeline, I can see that you are as wild as the rest of them.
And proud to be. I love them, Lady Stitch, which is more than you do.
I'd leave you here to rot, but I gave my word that I would raise you
and I never, ever, break my word. Come away now.
Wait, Aunt Adelaide! Wait!
You agreed. You gave your word
that if our father remarried this month, you'd support us.
So if he marries today, you'll have to keep your word.
Oh, you're wasting my time!
No. No, I'm not.
He will marry today.
He'll marry Evangeline.
No! No, Aunt Adelaide. Evangeline isn't our sister.
Not your sister?
Of course she's not our sister.
Well, who is she, then?
I'm his scullery maid.
Evangeline, do you love Papa?
The clip mr.brown marry Evangeline Part 2 from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Kelly Macdonald, Jennifer Rae Daykin
Of course not. I know my place. That wouldn't be right. I mean...
Papa, do you love Evangeline?
What? That would be totally improper.
A thing like that could... could never happen. I mean, obviously...
He's marrying the scullery maid?
Well, I never! Snow!
Snow in August!
I take it, then, Mr Brown,
that the young lady is not in fact the fruit of your loins?
The clip mr.brown marry Evangeline Part 3 from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Because the Church would have to take a rather dim view of it if she were.
No. What happened was my son Simon is a very clever boy.
for the record, whatever I may have said about stepmothers,
that whole "evil breed" moment,
most emphatically does not apply to you.
Jolly good. If I may then invite you all to join us once more.
Oh, Nanny McPhee... I'm so nervous.
I don't look much like a bride, do I?
The clip mr.brown marry Evangeline Part 4 from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Emma Thompson, Kelly Macdonald
How's the reading coming along?
It's much better.
But I still haven't got to the end of that story.
No need. You are the end of the story.
Dearly beloved, we are gathered together
to join together this man and this woman
in holy matrimony.
Make a loud noise and rejoice
and sing praise.
The clip nanny mcphee leaveing from Nanny McPhee (2005)
There is something you should understand about the way I work.
When you need me but do not want me, then I must stay.
When you want me but no longer need me,
then I have to go.
The clip Aunt Adelaide coming with Evangeline from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Papa, Mrs Quickly...
I realise the bride and groom shouldn't meet until the ceremony,
but you and I are old hands at this.
She's here! Lady Stitch!
Selma, there's footmen.
Oi, make way!
Where's the woman?
Shut up! Where's the woman, Cedric?
May I present my... fiancee, Selma Quickly. Selma, this is Lady Stitch.
Your Ladyness. Welcome, if I may be so bold,
to our humble, nay, lowly festivities.
You shower glory upon us from above.
The very air about you shines with...
with... with aboveness.
A gracious welcome, I must say. Rise, my dear.
Here are the children in their, erm... shepherdess outfits.
Well, that's the girls. The boys... I'm not sure what they are.
But, erm... anyway, you can see.
Oh, keep up, will you?
It's a princess.
A fairy princess.
Straight back. Remember your vowels.
May I present my adopted daughter, Miss Evangeline Stitch.
What are we doing milling about in this dreary vestibule?
The clip Aunt Adelaide coming with Evangeline Part 2 from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Sherry this instant.
Might I beg the honour of pouring the privileged schooners myself?
Delectable to see you again, madam.
And how nice to see the young people.
Welcome back, Evangeline. You look well. Are you well?
I am most content.
You must be very happy to be marrying again.
Oh, yes, I'm... I'm... How did you put it? Most content.
Of course. Good grief.
I am so glad.
Pray excuse me.
Are you sure it's Evangeline? It doesn't look anything like her.
Nonsense. She's always looked like that.
The clip wedding day from Nanny McPhee (2005)
What can we do? There has to be another way.
You must do as you're told.
Lesson number five, Simon. You must do exactly as you're told.
Please be seated.
There isn't a beehive. What do you mean?
Dearly beloved, we are gathered here together
in the sight of God and in the face of this congregation
to join together this man and this woman
in holy matrimony,
which is an honourable estate instituted of God
in the time of man's innocence...
.. and commended of St Paul...
.. to be honoured among all men.
And is therefore...
.. not by any man to be enterprised...
There's one on you!
.. nor taken in hand unadvisedly, lightly, wantonly...
There's one on your back!
.. to satisfy man's carnal lusts...
It's the flowers on her dress! They're attracting them!
The clip wedding day Part 2 from Nanny McPhee (2005)
I hate bees. I'm allergic.
There aren't any bees, you fool!
No, truly, I swell up.
They're trying to ruin my lovely wedding. Nasty, vicious creatures.
Cedric, look at me. Do you see any bees?
I said, look at me! Do you see any bees? Do you?
It's all right. I've got the little bugger.