The Flying Nun (1967–1970)
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May the Wind Be Always at Your Back 

Bridgett Faulkner and Joel Bascomb reluctantly accept their prizes donated by Carlos Ramirez as the top students at the convent, the award being a day out on the town and dinner at the ... See full summary »

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(as Jerry Bernstein)

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(as Al Beich), (novel) | 1 more credit »

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Marge Redmond ...
Madeleine Sherwood ...
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Joel Bascomb (as Craig Hundley)
Maura McGiveney ...
Candy Cain
Julio Medina ...
Head Waiter
Geoffrey Deuel ...
Waiter
Keith Schultz ...
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Cindy Cassell ...
Bridgett Faulkner
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Bridgett Faulkner and Joel Bascomb reluctantly accept their prizes donated by Carlos Ramirez as the top students at the convent, the award being a day out on the town and dinner at the Captains Table. For bookwormish, self-consciously Plain-Janish and headstrong Bridgett, it is a day of frivolity that she cannot afford to take as it will take away from study time. Joel follows Bridgett's every move, as he idolizes her. On the day out, Bridgett eventually falls under Carlos' spell, Carlos who was only trying to be nice. Bridgett changes her focus from her school work to making herself look beautiful for Carlos. Joel on the other hand is jealous. Out of concern and out of jealousy, he tells Sister Bertrille what Bridgett is up to. The sister and Carlos figure that he needs to tell Bridgett directly that he is only her friend and could be nothing more, but is late in doing so and Bridgett explodes when she catches Carlos romantically with another woman. Despite Bridgett's anger, Sister ... Written by Huggo

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28 March 1968 (USA)  »

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The title is part of an Irish blessing: May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand. See more »

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