What about the garden that's locked up? While walking the gardens the next day, Mary notices that there is a area in the garden surrounded with a high stone wall and no doorway. I don't enjoy the prospect of going insane Your letter Doctor Fortescue has made my balance no easier That was it's purpose You are a passionate man Mr. I never go outdoors I detest going outdoors! He doesn't have to feel like it I don't think I could have a tantrum even if I wanted to. You can't do it again! Craven over there Oh how dreadful. No, not just as we are saying goodbye Can I help you? Because I'm a cripple Of course you didn't know Yes I'm a cripple. I What was in that room? Hey for a young lady that took no porridge for breakfast, are suddenly making up at tea time I'm not hungry I'm just eating Give me another biscuit The rate thou going thy'll soon resemble something lovelier than a slat Hey.
What does concern me is the boy You said in your letter that I wanted him to die. Oh pick it up by yourself and have a bit of exercise. Don't you want to look at her? I knew they didn't all die. No sir, it's just the children on the boat said that. Doubtful, considering she would have been two when the Shirley Temple version came out. I'll report the whole matter to him.
This is an excellent house for bitterness for regret for anger against the Gods! I'll bring him to see you tomorrow Tell me some kind of story Mary Well. Thar hasn't seen him yet? It's alright as long as you don't make yourself so conspicuous Bound to be a gate. Why do you want to keep it now? You're only living here by your uncle's kindness Did you hear what I said? They also answer your listener questions and announce the winner of their Warner Archive contest. I'll laugh and laugh and laugh. Get out get out get out!! Oh a boy I know I don't like him! What's wrong with that man? And what are these for? Sam and Kristen will be attending and share their highly tentative schedules while Drea recommends her favorites. Good night Would thou call it an 'Everlast of Summer' , Dickon? That's enough, close the curtains People must do as I say, close the curtains! Youre making me angry Mrs.
I came here once I didn't see you. Get thee self dressed Wait a minute Aren't you going to dress me? Oh Dickon, I need you terribly, terribly. I'm Ben Weatherstaff and I'm the head gardener and I come from here abouts What was thou doin beside the wall? There's a smell of rain in the air What a fine summer it's been What with diggin and weedin and eating your mother's bread and jam, I'm fat like a pig! This uneasiness continues when Mary and Dickon enter the secret garden for the first time and discover a place abandoned right in the middle of tea, becoming a combination shrine and murder scene. What'd you say your name is? Where did you come from? Oh they're not allowed to talk about me Who won't allow it? I'll let your uncle know You'll be sent away! Her Grandmother hasn't got any money I heard Nurse say so I hope my aunt's half a nice as Muriel's grandmother Your Aunt probably hasn't got any money either I'm going to live with my Uncle in a great house in Yorkshire It has a hundred rooms. Dickon look, somethings coming up already Daffodils I can't tell you what a daffodils like, except it's yellow Oh Dickon we can take care of them Aye, we can come here everyday We can dig around them and get rid of all those weeds We can make it just the way it used to be and nobody would know, just us. Why don't you sell that stuff to the rag and bone man? I'm always laughing Martha In a minute Martha! I can't walk I can believe you my boy. .
In India thy never spied a lilac bush in bloom? Bitter and confused after the death of her parents, she clashes with the other residents of the estate, including the surly housekeeper Gladys Cooper , the giggling maid Elsa Lanchester and Craven's invalid son Dean Stockwell. No not yet Dickon, wait for me. No one asked her here, I can't make her go away! Painting, furnishing Trips to London for clothes and such I had my hands full, I can tell you. I came all the way from India and his lights on and it's the queerest house I've ever seen in all my life and he doesn't want to see me Well you might say he's the queer one Well I don't want to see him Hmm you're a queer one too I heard somebody crying I told you, no gadding about the house I wasn't gadding about I heard somebody crying I'm sure I heard somebody crying The wind off the moors , wuthering around the house and you talk about someone crying Goodnight Herrr. What you doing here, what you want? Oh I was just wondering Have you? I have my books, I drink I'd hoped you might be beautiful Is anything particular you want? Colin will be helping us prune them.
I don't want to grow up! I've been a wretched father. Just the two of them. I'm Martha What does thy think of thy room? I swear Oh good There's a secret boy you know A what? You must not go in there. Thank you I'll give you my cheque. I know how you loved her.
Tis dinner time The key Dickon! Well in India we have lots of other birds Oh Look at you. I must ask you about it some day. I owe you everything a father. Go to the green houses Weatherstaff. Wait here a minute child Good Evening Madam Something amiss? Why he's the most wonderful. I'm going to see my Uncle. These are the orphans from India I presume? I want you to stay here and play with me Oh Colin, I don't want you to be angry with me.
Can thy find a way to Colin's room? Hello I'm Mary Lennox from India Who are you? I climbed the ladder You're lying. Do you know what I think you are? You frightful child, can't you see that he's ill? Then there was the old table and broken chair. Why didn't my uncle want to see me? Don't you think I don't know all the tricks I was worse the day I was born. What kind of a man is it that would kill a growing thing? This is absurd, you've always hated it. A garden that's been all locked up. They decide to keep their discovery a secret, and begin to restore it to its original grandeur. Any images or video clips are the work of their respective authors.
I don't want to see you again never! Not a great deal I don't The Garden The Secret Garden. . Well he's my orderly, his name is Barney. Medlock I want to die There there I've got dear Doctor Griddlestone to see you She wouldn't go. I shall try to do better We'll not come back to England for a long long time. I've never met anyone like you in all my life Didn't you? Her rooms are ready Good night Miss Mary Come along Why I thought he was my uncle Mr Pitcher? Have you ever seen anyone so.
No that wouldn't do any good. Now let things be understood, You play here you sleep there Down the stairs on the right is the kitchen and the outdoors All that, youre welcome But don't you go poking about the house. Come closer Closer Yes Sir I hoped you might be beautiful No Sir You're welcome in this house I shall be leaving for London in a few minutes, I spend as little time here myself as possible You'll be alone You'll find my being away of no great loss to you. Mary I thought it was just a story you were making up. A skippin rope Tha can play with a skippin rope Dickon, I. But due to Kristen's move and the holidays it didn't happen as planned but we still wanted to honor him! Well I never in all my life.