“Bedknobs and Broomsticks” takes place in 1940, in Battle of England. The three children are evacuated from London to the nearby countryside, where they are placed in the care of Miss Price of Lansbury, an eccentric recluse who would rather mind her own business on exotic land. his oddity. She doesn’t know what to do with kids and the kids don’t really like her very much, but once she reveals that she’s learning how to be a witch through a middle school, they become be attracted. She learned magic to fight the Nazis, but there was only one problem: the school was closed and she couldn’t learn the last spell. The children who join her on a magical flying bed can travel through time and dimensions to find the final spell of legend and hopefully fight back to save their home. surname.
Mary Poppins and Miss Price by Julie Andrews only share the title of “wonder woman who takes care of children,” because otherwise, they have nothing in common. Poppins is sweet and quick-witted, while Miss Price is sarcastic and quick to admit her ignorance. Miss Price was a jovial single middle-aged woman in her time known as the “Old Handmaid”, but you get the sense that she’s single by choice, aside from being “the occasional” Professor” flirted. Some weird things happen in “Bedknobs and Broomsticks” and Price rolls with punches. Lansbury approaches the character with a non-adventurous, risky attitude that makes her instantly likable.
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