Carol finds convincing Frank and the other Lamberts to begin attending church to be a tall order.


(as Richard Correll)


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Slasher (as Don Gibb)
Michael Fielder
Cherie Brown ...
Mrs. Fielder


A hip young preacher has taken over the pastoral duties at Carol's church. Carol and her children are faithful members, but somehow, Frank and the Lamberts seldom, if ever, attend - that is, except for Cody, who along with his biker buddies are devout Christians. Carol aims to change that and tries to convince Frank, J.T., Al and Brendan to come. While she is somewhat successful with the children, Frank stubbornly (and childishly) refuses to come to church - mainly, because it will interfere with a Sunday full of watching sports on TV. The pastor convinces Frank that his church is very accommodating, which is enough for Frank. Or is it? He comes to church the next Sunday, but only to sneak off to the attic (above the sanctuary), where he has hidden a TV. All is well ... until the attic floor breaks under his weight! Written by Brian Rathjen <>

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Comedy | Family | Romance




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8 October 1993 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the 1960 song introduced in the movie of the same name, directed by Jules Dassin, starring his wife Melina Mercouri and sung in their native Greek tongue. See more »

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