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Father Fitzgibbon (Character)
from Going My Way (1944)

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  1. "Going My Way"
        - A Tough Act to Follow (1963) TV episode, Played by Leo G. Carroll
        - Hear No Evil (1963) TV episode, Played by Leo G. Carroll
        - Florence, Come Home (1963) TV episode, Played by Leo G. Carroll
        - Custody of the Child (1963) TV episode, Played by Leo G. Carroll
        - Reformation of Willie (1963) TV episode, Played by Leo G. Carroll
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From "Going My Way: The Crooked Angel (#1.2)" (1962)
Father Fitzgibbon: [Discussing Eddie's shoplifting] Now, Father, I know boys. But I can tell you right now that very few of them are ready to be canonized at thirteen years of age.
Father Chuck O'Malley: I'm not disagreeing with that part of it.
Father Fitzgibbon: We're all the sons of Adam. I know that. And at Eddie's age, it's not always such a broad jump from the apple in the Garden to a can of peaches in Shapiro's Market.
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