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  • I thought that was a great way to keep some of the consistency going between the two movies

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      After the tremendous success of The Trouble with Angels, Mother Superior and her nuns are back with Where Angels Go Trouble Follows! Now, it’s a decent sequel, one of the few movie sequels that can almost approach the original. The difference is that while the performers here are indeed very good, none of them are Hayley Mills. You just can’t beat having Mills in your cast. Still, this movie does very well on its

      own.

      Most of the nuns from the original are back, including Rosalind Russell, Mary Wickes, and Binnie Barns. New to the mix to fire things up is Stella Stevens as Sister George. Sister George is a proponent of the new church and wants changes in the Catholic order. She wants to be a friend to the teenagers living and attending school at the convent. Ultimately, she learns a hard lesson, that being a friend is great, but what the girls often need is an adult to look up to and to go to for advice. It’s handled really well and makes for a great scene.

      The two teenagers of note in Where Angels Go Trouble Follows! are Rosabelle and Marvel Ann. Susan Saint James is Rosabelle and she takes on the persona of what would be the Mills character. She’s the leader. Marvel Ann is actually a character from the ...


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      original movie and Barbara Hunter, who plays her, was in that movie, too. She was an underclassman and now it’s her turn to shine. I thought that was a great way to keep some of the consistency going between the two movies.

      The road trip taken in the movie is a riot. Milton Berle has a cameo that is wonderful. Van Johnson and Robert Taylor both have small roles, too, that are lots of fun.

      Where

      Angels Go Trouble Follows! ends well. I really like the last scene a lot, but it’s the road trip that does make the film as entertaining as it is. I’m nowhere near as captivated by the two teens here as I was in the original movies, but Russell and Stevens facing off time after time makes up for that. As I do with the original, when this pops up on television, I tend to watch it.




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