Convent San Tanco's nuns draw names to provide Christmas presents for one another and Sister Bertrille draws Sister Olaf, an elderly nun from Scandanavia who's one wish is to see snow fall again before she dies. The young nun connives with the U.S. Weather Bureau to produce a snowstorm over the convent with disastrous results. Written by
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The title refers to a line in the 1934 Christmas/winter song "Winter Wonderland" written by Felix Bernard and lyrics by Richard B. Smith: "walking in a winter wonderland..." See more
I need your help - both of you. I want to make it snow for Sister Olaf.
Snow in San Juan? Sister, it never snows in San Juan.
Have you ever had a flying nun before?
Sister Bertrille, the fact that you can defy one of nature's laws should not be taken as a challenge to defy them all.
Oh, I won't make it conspicuous - I'll just make it snow in the convent.
I'm So Glad I Can Fly
Written by Carole Bayer Sager
and George Fischoff
Performed by Sally Field See more