Sally and Saint Anne movie
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  • What I love about Sally and Saint Anne is Blyth's bubbly portrayal of Sally

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      This is a wonderful movie about faith and belief, Sally O’Moyne style. Ann Blyth plays Sally, a Catholic teenager who believes in Saint Anne so much that she prays to her for everything. Amazingly, a lot of things begin to happen for Sally when she prays to her patron saint, and after a while, her friends

      start asking her to pray for them. It’s really a nice family film with a lot of humor throughout.

      The cast is a delight. Otto Hulett is a shear joy as Pop O’Moyne; Frances Bavier actually makes you forget about her Aunt Bee character on TV; Hugh O’Brian is hysterical as Danny; John McIntire is perfectly villainous ...


      • as, naturally, the villain and nemesis to the O’Moyne family. Edmund Gwenn, Jack Kelly, and others round out a very nice cast.

        What I love about Sally and Saint Anne is Blyth’s bubbly portrayal of Sally. It’s not always easy, her faith, but she perseveres. Blyth is feisty and spirited in her acting here, and it’s

        great to see. She has some great moments, especially when she tells Saint Anne off. As I recall, she calls her a snitcher, and it’s making me laugh right now because I can envision the scene in my head.

        Sally and Saint Anne might be an old film, but it’s a good one. It just makes me smile.




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