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Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Courtney Bess 2 years ago
Yudit Lang over 5 years ago
Going My Way is a 1944 film directed by Leo McCarey. It is a light-hearted musical comedy-drama about a new young priest (Bing Crosby) taking over a parish from an established old veteran (Barry Fitzgerald). Crosby sings five songs in the film. It was followed the next year by a sequel, The Bells of St. Mary's. This picture was the highest-grossing picture of 1944. Its success helped to make movie exhibitors choose Crosby as the biggest box-office draw of the year, a record he would hold for the remainder of the 1940s. The film follows Father Charles “Chuck” O’Malley (Bing Crosby), an incoming priest whose unconventional style transforms the parish life of St. Dominic’s church in New York City. We meet O’Malley on his first day at the new parish. O'Malley gets into a series of mishaps on his way to the church, and his informal appearance and attitude make a very poor impression with the elder pastor, Father Fitzgibbon (Barry Fitzgerald). The highly-traditional Fitzgibbon is further...
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