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The Bells of St. Mary's

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Released 1945

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Director:
Leo McCarey
Released:
1945
Rating:
R
The Bells of St. Mary's is a 1945 American film starring Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman in a story of a priest and a nun in their attempt to save their school from being shut down. Father Charles O'Malley (Crosby) is a Catholic priest who is assigned to a run down school in New York City. While O'Malley believes that the school should be shut down, the nuns feel as though the redeeming qualities should be enough to keep the school open. Sister Mary Benedict (Bergman) convinces O'Malley that the school is worth saving, and the two work together to convince the developer next door to donate his most recently built building. While O'Malley and Sister Mary Benedict do their best to get along, their differences prove trying for everyone around them. Also starring Henry Travers, William Gargan, Ruth Donnelly, and Joan Carroll, The Bells of St. Mary's is the 50th highest grossing film of all time, when adjusted for inflation.moreless

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