Not too impressed. This was not some of the better works of Dick Van Dyke. Of course, how can you compare anything to Mary Poppins. But now, we're dealing with a butler who has fallen in love with his mistress' stenographer. Trouble was... I never saw him fall in love. Sure he kissed her which might have begun the love flowing, face guzzling, meetings in the study but what brought the kiss. I didn't see a connection. And who's heard of Barbara Feldon. I've certainly never heard of her which might lead me to conclusions about her career and how long it lasted. When I walk away from Fitzwilly you will only hear me say, "Time for a Samson and Delilah."