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The Bells of St. Mary's
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The Bells of St. Mary's 1946

description written by member Ben:

The multi-talented Leo McCarey produced, directed, and wrote this sequel to his delightful Going My Way (1944), for which he won three of his four Oscars; Dudley Nichols (The Informer (1935)) wrote the screenplay. This film received eight Oscar nominations including Best Director & Best Picture for McCarey, Best Actress for Ingrid Bergman (Gaslight (1944)), and Best Actor for Bing Crosby, who'd won for playing Father O'Malley in the previous film; it won for Best Sound, Recording. Oh yeah, and Bing sings (so the film's Score and song "Aren't You Glad You're You" were also nominated), but you probably knew that already.

Release Date:February 21st, 1946
Running Time:126 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsLeo McCarey
Written By:
No image existsLeo McCarey
No image existsDudley Nichols
No image existsBing Crosby
Ingrid BergmanIngrid Bergman
No image existsHenry Travers
No image existsWilliam Gargan
No image existsRuth Donnelly
No image existsJoan Carroll
No image existsRhys Williams
No image existsUna O'Connor

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The Bells of St. Mary's Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/19/2007)

One person told me that he doesn't watch movies before 1960; others won't watch black and white films. They are all losing out on some great movie magic that has thrilled people for decades.

I have seen this film numerous times, and I watched it again yesterday like the first time. At over 2 hours, I would guess it is...

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