The Flying Nun (1967–1970)
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How to Be a Spanish Grandmother 

Carlos is looking for a wife - only temporarily. His grandmother, Amalia Ramirez, is coming for a visit, and once, when it looked as if she was dying, he told her he was married with a ... See full summary »

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Richard Anders ...
Dr. Paul Martinson
Ricky Cordell ...
Pepe
Debra Domasin ...
Rita
Lillian Adams ...
Amalia Ramirez - Carlos' Grandmother
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Dr. Jennifer Ethrington

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Carlos is looking for a wife - only temporarily. His grandmother, Amalia Ramirez, is coming for a visit, and once, when it looked as if she was dying, he told her he was married with a family to make her happy. He doesn't know whether he should tell her the truth as she still has a weak heart. But thinking of a wife, he remembers back to the one who got away, namely Sister Bertrille's sister, Jennifer. When Carlos' grandmother arrives, she sees Jennifer's photo on Carlos' desk and assumes that's his wife. Telling her that Jennifer is away on vacation for a couple of weeks only makes his grandmother decide to stay in San Juan until Carlos' family returns. Carlos learns from Sister Bertrille that Jennifer is currently in Miami, and he calls her to come to San Juan on a medical emergency. Two complications arise when Jennifer arrives. First, she has a fiancé in tow. And second, Carlos' grandmother sees her. They need to extend the deception further and use two of the convent children as ... Written by Huggo

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26 December 1968 (USA)  »

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