The Flying Nun (1967–1970)
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Marcello's Idol 

When Marcello describes the sisters' to others as "guys", they think that he needs a fatherly male influence in his life. When questioned, Marcello chooses Carlos. Sister Bertrille in turn ... See full summary »

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Marcello (as Manuel Padilla)
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Lila
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Maria Diaz (as Inez Pedroza)
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When Marcello describes the sisters' to others as "guys", they think that he needs a fatherly male influence in his life. When questioned, Marcello chooses Carlos. Sister Bertrille in turn talks Carlos into being Marcello's surrogate father on occasion. But Carlos' memory fades quickly when he chooses to spend the day with beautiful Lila rather than keep his appointment to go sailing with Marcello. But unbeknownst to Sister Bertrille, Carlos does takes Marcello out on the boat as primary crew, while Carlos spends most of the time pampering Lila below deck. Despite Marcello having a good time and hoping Carlos will adopt him, Sister Bertrille fires Carlos as surrogate father. When Marcello finds out that Carlos needs to be married to adopt him, he takes matters into his own hands and places a newspaper ad looking for a wife for Carlos and a mother for himself. Despite having no money for an ad, the newspaper man decides it would be a good human interest story and places it on the front... Written by Huggo

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15 October 1969 (USA)  »

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First credited appearance for Farrah Fawcett in TV or film. See more »

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Sister Sixto: Carlos is a very good sailor. You know once, he sailed that boat through a hurricane, and that's quite a foot.
Sister Bertrille: No, you mean feat.
Sister Sixto: No, foot. He only did it once.
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