The Bells of St. Mary's

1945 film by Leo McCarey

The Bells of St. Mary's is a 1945 film about a priest and a sister that attempt to run a school.

Directed by Leo McCarey. Written by Dudley Nichols.
Your heart will be wearing a smile!  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Father Chuck O'Malley: Luther? How'd he get in here?
Sister Mary Benedict: We never knew.

Father Chuck O'Malley: Does she know about this.
Dr. McKay: Oh, not yet. It's very important that she doesn't know it. She has a wonderful vitality, a natural optimism, and that's the best medicine anyone can have. If that spirit is dampened, it would... it would have a depressing effect and delay her recovery.
Father Chuck O'Malley: She'll have to know about it. We... we can't just send her away without...
Dr. McKay: Don't you people, uh, more or less, uh, go where you're told without question?

TaglinesEdit

  • Your heart will be wearing a smile!

CastEdit

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