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The Bells of St. Mary's


Bing Crosby, Ingrid Bergman, Henry Travers, William Gargan View All


Dudley Nichols (Screenplay), Leo McCarey (Director), Leo McCarey (Story) View All

Release: Dec. 27th, 1945
Runtime: 2 hours, 6 minutes
Father O'Malley, the unconventional priest from 'Going My Way', continues his work for the Catholic Church. This time he is sent to St. Mary's, a run-down parochial school on the verge of condemnation. He and Sister Benedict work together in an attempt to save the school, though their differing methods often lead to good-natured disagreements.
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mark f
Crosby is really super reprising his Oscar-winning role, but Ingrid Bergman actually gets more chances to shine here in her role of a more-literal lover of God and the rules which gradually breaks down under Crosby's influence.
Citizen Rules
At a big city Catholic school, Father O'Malley and Sister Benedict indulge in friendly rivalry, and succeed in extending the school through the gift of a building.