Mary Poppins is famous for her magical bag. She pulls all sorts of objects out of it to the children’s bewilderment. They can’t figure out how she does it. They poke their heads inside the bag, but it doesn’t make any sense. That’s because the power is with Mary, not the bag alone (Mary Poppins, directed by Robert Stevenson [Buena Vista Distribution Company, 1964]).
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