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Fred M. Wilcox
Father O'Malley, the unconventional priest from 'Going My Way', continues his work for the Catholic Church. This time he is sent to St. Mary's, a run-down parochial school on the verge of condemnation. He and Sister Benedict work together in an attempt to save the school, though their differing methods often lead to good-natured disagreements. Written by
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Although this movie was a sequel to "Going My Way", it was released by a different studio. "Going My Way" had been released by Paramount, to whom Bing Crosby was under contract. "The Bells of St. Mary's" was released by RKO, a studio for which Crosby had never worked. See more »
When Sister Benedict is starting to erase her drawn portrait on the blackboard when Father O'Malley walks in, she barely erases any of the portrait, but in the next scene most of the portrait is already erased. See more »
Remember seeing this movie in the Matinee as a teenager, when it was cheap enough to go to the movies every night. My favourite actress was Ingrid Bergman, and still is after all these years. My favourite Bergman film is Casablanca, of which I've seen 74 times :) but this is my second favourite.
Bergman and Crosby are great together.
Winnie Boardman - Manchester, England
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