The Flying Nun (1967–1970)
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Young Man with a Cornette 

Before the Reverend Mother goes off on a cruise vacation, she makes Sister Bertrille promise her that she will not not tell anyone else about her ability to fly. At the hospital pediatric ... See full summary »

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Marge Redmond ...
Madeleine Sherwood ...
Brian Nash ...
Charlie Webster
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Dr. Tapia
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Joe / Man #1
Dick Balduzzi ...
Man #2
Marcelle Fortier ...
Nurse Delgado
Mercedes Alberti ...
Stewardess
Danny Kulick ...
Kenny
Sylvia Marino ...
Barbara
Rick Natoli ...
Manuel
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Before the Reverend Mother goes off on a cruise vacation, she makes Sister Bertrille promise her that she will not not tell anyone else about her ability to fly. At the hospital pediatric wing, Sisters Bertrille and Jacqueline encounter Charlie Webster, a problem orphan who is self-absorbed and prone to telling tales. As such, he is a loner without friends and is hard for the authorities to find adoptive parents. Sister Bertrille thinks she can get through to Charlie, especially since they have the love of flying in common. Sister Bertrille does get through to Charlie. She finds out that his selfishness stems from the fact that everything he has loved has been taken away from him. However one day when they're out flying a kite, Sister Bertrille takes an unscheduled flight. As usual, Charlie tells all back at the hospital, who think he is once again lying. Much to his dismay, Sister Bertrille can't and won't support his story because of her vow to the Reverend Mother. Fearing that she ... Written by Huggo

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23 November 1967 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the movie Young Man with a Horn (1950). See more »

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