The clip nanny mcphee from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Shall I plump the cushion on Mrs Brown's chair?
I know you like to plump it yourself sometimes.
Oh, no, that's... that's all right. You plump away, Evangeline. Thank you.
I was wondering if I might make Master Sebastian a piece of toast.
Yes, I should think... Er... no, under no circumstances. No.
I could do it secret-like.
No, they'll hear him chewing and then we're done for.
No, they get nothing.
Righto, Mr Brown.
The person you need is Nanny McPhee.
The clip mouse toy from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Imelda Staunton
Discipline. That's more like it.
Now, you listen here, you pustular tykes.
You ain't allowed in this kitchen, not now, not ever.
I have it in writing.
The clip complain to a sofa from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Well, dear, the agency has closed its doors.
What am I to do? Aunt Adelaide says...
Your children are out of control, Cedric.
And there was that thing she said about their needing a female influence. I...
You know what she's like. She'll stop the allowance
unless I marry again and give them a new mother within the month.
A month. I mean, it's unbearable. But I... I had to... I had to promise.
Remember we talked about what would happen without her money.
The bank will take the house.
There'll be debtors' prison for me, workhouse for the older children.
Goodness only knows what'll happen to little Chrissie.
And as for Aggy...
The clip nanny mcphee coming from Nanny McPhee (2005)
They're in the kitchen.
No! No! You took them down for toast!
I never did! You sent them to bed with no dinner.
That's what done it!
Why don't you...?
No, I'd better...
Well, no, I can...
You, erm... I'll...
I'll be off, then.
Yes, you... I'll just...
Good evening, Mr Brown. I am Nanny McPhee.
Oh, you're... Er... of course.
Good heavens. I suppose the agency...
I do not belong to any agency, Mr Brown. I am a government nanny.
A government nanny? How...
May I come in?
Yes, by all means, do... do come in.
I understand you have extremely ill-behaved children.
No. No, no. No. No... Good grief, what a suggestion.
What are your main concerns?
Mm. Do they go to bed when they're told?
Well, no, not, er... No.
Do they get up when they're told?
Er... well, no, not exactly.
Get dressed when they're told?
Now, that's a good question.
Do they say "please" and "thank you"?
The clip nanny mcphee coming Part 2 from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Emma Thompson
In what context?
That will do to be going on with.
Your children need me.
I'll go and make sure everything's in order before I introduce you.
I shall introduce myself.
Please, Mr Brown, go back to your newspaper.
The door's open and there's nobody there.
I am here.
I am Nanny McPhee.
Oh, did... did somebody speak?
I didn't hear anything.
That's because nobody's there.
Then listen carefully and try to hear this.
Stop what you are doing, put the kitchen to rights
and go upstairs to bed.
Did you hear what I said?
I've just had an idea.
Why don't we play here in the kitchen all night long?
Jump! Jump, jump! Jump!
The clip talking about Evangeline leaving from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Thank you, Nanny McPhee. You were a tremendous help.
Not at all.
You will find that lesson three,
to get dressed when they're told, is complete.
Just to get dressed when they're told? They've learned a great deal more than that.
I have five lessons to teach.
What lessons they learn is entirely up to them. Goodnight, Mr Brown.
Yes, Mr Brown?
She will be all right, won't she? Evangeline, I mean.
I can't help being concerned.
Aunt Adelaide can be so, erm... Well, you saw.
She will certainly be all right.
I suppose she volunteered to go, did she? Couldn't wait to be shot of us, I imagine.
It was Simon's idea.
He knew Evangeline might like to educate herself
and that her going would save Christianna.
He's a very clever boy.
Good heavens. Simon, eh? Well, good for him. Quick... quick thinking.
Goodnight, Mr Brown.
So that's it, then.
I shall have to marry... Quickly.
The clip taking Evangeline away from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Eliza Bennett, Jennifer Rae Daykin
Well, I'm the eldest girl. I'll go.
No. I've always known I was destined for tragedy. I'll go.
Don't be silly, Aggy. You're not even a whole girl yet.
No. She wanted me. I'll go.
You can't all go.
Well, I am entirely satisfied.
I will keep my word, Cedric, if you will keep yours.
You must give those children a mother before the month is out.
You cannot order me around. And you certainly can't take any of my children.
Your carriage awaits, madam.
Is the chosen one seated?
Indeed she is.
All is prepared.
Which chosen one? What's prepared?
Cedric, in view of this afternoon's happy outcome,
I am willing to overlook that last unattractive outburst.
Off we go, Hewitt.
What have you done?
I have done nothing, sir.
The children have decided amongst themselves.
Decided what? What do you mean?
There you are, dear.
Not little Chrissie.
Now, then, you'd better tell me your name, little girl.
Don't be shy, my dear. What is your name?
The clip taking Evangeline away Part 2 from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Sit up straight and tell me your name.
Then... then who...?
Evangeline. My name's Evangeline.
And what a pretty name it is, too.
The clip go to bed from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Time for bed.
Thank you for saving me, Nanny McPhee.
Yes. Thank you.
Papa was going to let her take me.
No, Christianna. Your father would never have allowed it.
Goodnight, Nanny McPhee.
She hasn't got any warts at all now.
Do you think she's using some sort of cream?
The clip listening to children from Nanny McPhee (2005)
A bit big for this nightie, aren't you, sweetheart? We'll have a new one made.
I should have told you. I can see that now.
If I'd discussed it with you before, we wouldn't be in this mess.
No, it was our fault.
We should have known you had a good reason for getting married.
At least this way, we'll all be together. That's what matters most, isn't it? Hm?
I promise I'll never hide anything that affects us from you again.
I see you're more than capable of understanding it.
Yes, my boy?
Do you think Mama still thinks about us where she is?
I'm sure she does.
I know she does.
Now, Chrissie, why don't you choose us a story?
Where my babies lie...
Lesson four is complete.
In your tiny silver shoon...
Will you watch over, please
My wee ones
The clip ask mrs. quickly hand in marriage from Nanny McPhee (2005)
Your children have explained it all.
That their tricks during tea was a result of their motherless condition,
that they need a woman's presence to calm them,
and that you could benefit from that presence,
pathetic and lonely as you are.
And all it takes is one little question, Cedric.
Oh. Oh, y... er... yes, of course.
Erm... just give me... Yes.
Yes, I mean Selma.
Would you do me the honour of becoming my...
.. of becoming my...
Exactly. Wife. That's the word.
Yes. Oh, yes, Cedric.
Off you go now, dears.
Let Daddy have a little moment to himself with your new mummy.
The clip keeping the house from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Colin Firth
The only person in the whole world who stands between all of us
and total ruin...
and she's gone.
There's no time to mince words. I can't support my own family.
I never have been able to. There are so many of you.
But you're all so delicious.
When Aggy came along and your mother was so ill, I said,
"We may have to stop now, dear," and she said...
She said, "I know. "
The fact of the matter is, your Great-Aunt Adelaide
has been supporting us for years with a monthly allowance.
A little while ago, she told me
that I had to remarry or the allowance would stop.
This woman today was my last chance.
Our last chance.
When the money stops, the house will be taken.
Some of you will perhaps be put into the workhouse.
Some will be put into the care... into the care of others.
I don't know how many of you will be allowed to stay together.
I'm sorry to have failed you, children.
You deserve so much better.
The clip keeping the house Part 2 from Nanny McPhee (2005)
What would you suggest?
Change what happened. Bang your stick. Make it undo itself.
I cannot. These were your actions.
Simon promised that you would accept the consequences.
What shall we do? Help us. Tell us what to do.
You must undo it for yourselves.
You are very clever, children.
The clip get mrs. quickly back from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Eliza Bennett, Samuel Honywood
So, 'e was keen?
Oh, Letty, he was in a maddened condition.
He couldn't keep his hands off me. But I held firm.
I said, "Shedric... " I mean, "Cedric, I have my reputation to uphold. "
"It's marriage or nothing. What do you take me for?"
Not for me. I'm bloated.
No. "Some common tart. " You said...
Who's that knocking?
It might be him.
If you've come to fumble with my fastenings... Oh.
Mrs Quickly, we're very sorry about the tea you had with our father.
Typical of a man, sending his little ones to do the dirty work.
No. He doesn't know we're...
I mean, he very much wants to marry you.
I know what he wanted. No wonder there's so many of you
Wait. Father wasn't being rude. No one on earth could be less rude.
He was protecting you from the naughty things we were doing.
The toad in the teapot.
And the wormy sandwiches.
That was my idea! I mean, my fault.
I have no idea to what you can be referring.
Don't try to make excuses for him. He's a flounder and a gad.
He's not. He's a good man. He was just trying to save us.
If he doesn't marry, all the money will go. We'll be thrown out onto the streets.
Money? What money?
Our Great-Aunt Adelaide's money.
Lady Adelaide Stitch.
The clip getting rid of mrs. quickly from Nanny McPhee (2005) with Thomas Sangster, Emma Thompson
Can I help you?
I did knock.
I know. I heard you.
May I be of assistance?
We need you to, erm...
I mean... you saved Chrissie.
You're on our side, is what I mean.
The clip getting rid of mrs. quickly Part 2 from Nanny McPhee (2005)
You saved Chrissie, and I do not take sides.
I... we... need you to help us get rid of this woman, Mrs Quickly.
It will not surprise you to hear that I cannot agree to that, Simon.
Then let us do whatever we have to do to get rid of her.
Are you prepared to accept the consequences?
Yes. Yes, absolutely, I promise.
Then I will, as you put it, let you do whatever you have to do.