Quiz: How Well Do You Remember Walt Disney's "Mary Poppins"?

Walt Disney Studios

"Open different doors. You may find a you there that you never knew was yours."

Take this movie trivia quiz and see how well you remember Walt Disney's "Mary Poppins" starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke!

 Jan 09, 2019

1 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What is the address of the Banks' residence?
14 Peach Blossom Road
19 Apple Seed Avenue
17 Cherry Tree Lane

2 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What happens to all the other nannies waiting outside the Banks' residence?
They get blown away by the wind
They get chased away by a large dog
They get dismissed by Mr. Banks

3 of 24Choose Your Answer:

Which days does Mary require off of work?
Every third Wednesday
Every first Monday
Every second Tuesday

4 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What is the first thing Mary Poppins pulls out of her magical bag?
A plant
A lamp
A hat stand

5 of 24Choose Your Answer:

Which of the following professions does Bert NOT do?
Street Artist
Cab Driver
Chimney Sweep

6 of 24Name This Character:

Buena Vista Pictures
Michael Banks
Bert
George Banks

7 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What is Mrs. Banks a strong advocate for?
Abolishing slavery
Votes for women
Equal pay for women

8 of 24Choose Your Answer:

Why doesn't magic work for Michael when Mary tries teaching the kids how to clean their room?
He can’t dance
He can’t snap
He can’t whistle

9 of 24Choose Your Answer:

Who waits on Mary and Bert when they have tea in the world of Bert's artwork?
Turtles
Dolphins
Penguins

10 of 24Finish The Lyrics To A Spoonful Of Sugar:

"Just a spoonful of sugar helps the _____ go down in a most delightful way"
medicine
tea
coffee

11 of 24Name This Character:

Buena Vista Pictures
Admiral Boom
Uncle Albert
Mr. Dawes Senior

12 of 24Finish The Lyrics To Chim Chim Cher-ee:

"Chim chiminey, chim chiminey, chim chim cher-ee, a _____ is as lucky as lucky can be"
cabbie
nanny
sweep

13 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What causes Mary, Bert, and the children to leave the world inside the painting?
It's time for dinner
They get lost
It starts to rain

14 of 24Choose Your Answer:

Jane's medicine tastes like lime cordial, but what what flavor is Michael's?
Grape
Cherry
Strawberry

15 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What does Mary mean when she says "that's a pie crust promise"?
Easily made, easily broken
Long to make, quick to eat
If kept, it spoils

16 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What does Mary have the children pick up from Mrs. Corry's shop?
Sugar
Gingerbread
Butter

17 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What is the correct spelling of this notorious 35 letter word?
Supercalefragelisticexpialedocious
Supercalifragelisticexpialedocious
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

18 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What does Mr. Banks want Michael to do with his tuppence?
Invest it in the bank
Give it to Jane
Pay Mary Poppins

19 of 24Name This Character:

Buena Vista Pictures
Mary Poppins
Miss Persimmon
Winifred Banks

20 of 24Choose Your Answer:

What does Bert end up selling after Mary teaches him to keep in touch with his inner child?
Stuffed Animals
Balloons
Kites

21 of 24Finish The Lyrics The Life I Lead:

"At 6:01, I march through my door, my slippers, sherry, and pipe are due at _____"
6:03
6:04
6:02

22 of 24Finish The Lyrics To Jolly Holiday:

"When the day is gray and _____, Mary makes the sun shine bright"
dull
ordinary
boring

23 of 24Finish The Lyrics To Feed the Birds:

"Early each day to the steps of _____, the little old bird woman comes"
Saint Mark's
Saint Paul's
Saint George's

24 of 24Name This Character:

Buena Vista Pictures
Katie Nanna
Jane Banks
Miss Lark
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

Disney's Mary Poppins tells the story of a magical nanny who travels to London to help two children grow closer with their father through music and adventure. The 1964 film is considered one of Walt Disney's greatest achievements thanks to the talent of Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke as well as memorable songs from the Sherman Brothers including A Spoonful of Sugar, Chim Chim Cheree, Feed the Birds, Step in Time, Jolly Holiday, and Super-cali-fragil-istic-expi-ali-docious! Mary Poppins earned a total of thirteen Academy Award nominations including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Writing. The film earned five wins that year including Julie Andrews for Best Actress in a Leading Role and Richard and Robert Sherman took home both the Oscars for Best Original Song and Substantially Original Score.