Works of art are disappearing, stolen by a master thief, a master of disguise. Father Brown has two goals: to catch the thief and to save his soul. Written by
An open and shut case of Guinness! Up to his EARS in chaos...Up to his NECK in laughs
Did You Know?
was spotted in costume when walking home through the French countryside. A young boy ran up to him, yelling "Mon père! Mon père!" ("My father! My father!") Guinness did not speak French, so he could not correct the young boy's mistake, but was touched that the young boy apparently immediately bonded to him on the assumption that he was a priest. Soon after the film was released, Guinness converted to Catholicism. See more
In the stained-glass window behind the (catholic) bishop, there is a portrait of Henry VIII (second from left). Given that Henry was the first king to oppose the pope and separate the Church of England from the catholic church, his face would never be tolerated in this place. See more
[the Texan approaches Father Brown and Lady Warren as they attempt to spot Flambeau among the bidders
Lady Warren? I am Sam Johnson out of San Antonio, Texas. If isn't often we from Texas get a chance to shake a real, live lady by the hand now!
It isn't often that we in London have the privilege of of meeting a real, live Texan.
You sure talk like a lady. You know, I've come five thousand miles to buy this set of yours. It'll go well down on my ranch.
Will it really?
Yeah ma'am. I've got myself...
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