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  • It is in black and white, but that's the best way for this movie

    • by jollsjlupin

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      I am reviewing the movie, The Bells of Saint Mary’s, starring Bing Crosby. This movie follows the lives of some nuns and Father O’Malley. This movie is the sequel to its prequel, Going My Way.

      Father O’Malley enters Saint Mary’s with the purpose to get the building condemned. When he meets with all the sisters and

      sees how dear the school is to them and the children, he changes his mind.

      In fact, he takes part in their scheme to get the rich man across the street to give them his new building for the school. Along the way there are several quarrels between Father O’Malley and the head sister.

      Despite ...

      • their differences, however, they learn to overcome them and develop a friendship. There are many kids along the way too, including Patsy, a young girl who struggles with her grades, and whose mother is busy with men.

        WIth the help of Father O’Malley and the sister, the two of them will guide these children, and hopefully get

        a new school in the process. I really like this movie.

        It is very good. It is in black and white, but that’s the best way for this movie.

        This movie won several Academy Awards back in the day, including Best Picture. Bing Crosy and Ingred are perfect together.

        Their chemistry is inspiring. Great film.

        Great music. Highly recommend!

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