The Flying Nun (1967–1970)
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It's an Ill Wind 

The Reverend Mother is speaking at an educational seminar in St. Thomas, and has forgotten her notes. Sisters Bertrille and Jacqueline brainstorm about how to get the information to her. ... See full summary »

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Sister Bertrille
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Sister Jacqueline
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Reverend Mother Superior Placido
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Carlos Ramirez
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Joe
Pepper Davis ...
Beaumont
David M. Frank ...
Fremling (as David Frank)
Noam Pitlik ...
Talc Edwards
William Kendis ...
Owens
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Louie LaRue
Larry Vincent ...
Ben
Hollis Morrison ...
Angie
Arthur Julian ...
Moon
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The Reverend Mother is speaking at an educational seminar in St. Thomas, and has forgotten her notes. Sisters Bertrille and Jacqueline brainstorm about how to get the information to her. Sister Bertrille asks Carlos if he would fly his private plane to St. Thomas, but he refuses. So Sister Bertrille takes matters into her own hands and flies there herself. En route, she gets lost and the wind is dying so she's forced to make an emergency landing on a small island. On the island, Talc and his band of gangsters - Moon, Ben, Joe and Angie - are discussing business matters, namely how to dismiss of their partners, the Schwimmer brothers, when Talc sees Sister Bertrille land. He thinks she is a saint who has come to help him redeem his ways. Because of Talc's odd behavior, Moon and Ben think he's gone crazy and figure they'll support the Schwimmers, while Joe and Angie will follow Talc in whatever he wants to do. Meanwhile, Sister Bertrille has accidentally dropped the Reverend Mother's ... Written by Huggo

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16 November 1967 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the phrase "Is an ill wind that no one blows good" which dates back to the 16th century in various similar forms. See more »

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