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Encyclopedia > The Nanny

The Nanny was a 1965 British suspense film starring Bette Davis as a psychotic governess suspected of killing one of her charges.

The Nanny was also a highly-rated CBS sitcom that premiered on November 3, 1993, and ran for six seasons.

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Nanny - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (500 words)
The traditional nanny was a servant in a large household and reported directly to the lady of the house.
Nannies were always female and this remained the case through most of the 20th Century Today a few men do hold the role, although normally under a more generic title such as childminder, or occasionally manny.
Nannies may have remained in the employ of the same aristocratic family for years, looking after successive generations of children.
INA Publications-A Nanny for your Family (2325 words)
These nannies may currently have a job that doesn't offer the same personal rewards that being a nanny and caring for children would offer or they may be taking a break from college or suspending a long-term commitment to another career.
Nannies who do not live with the family and work part-time may be paid an hourly rate of $7 to $20, or earn a weekly salary for full-time of $350 to $1,000.
Nannies who travel to the United States on tourist visas and accept jobs as nannies are working illegally; their employers are subject to fines, and the nannies themselves can be deported.
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