Monday, September 27, 2010

Now Playing - The Bells of St. Mary's

We’ll have to postpone a review of “Rich Man, Poor Man” for now, but stay tuned on Thursday for the winner of the DVD contest.



In the meantime, here’s an ad for “The Bells of St. Mary’s” (1946) with Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman, “plus selected short subjects.” I love the “Bing Sings 5 Songs All Sensational!” and underneath that, just “Ingrid Sings.”

2 comments:

Caftan Woman said...

I've always been more of a "Going My Way" kinda gal, but sometime during the last few years "The Bells of St. Mary's" has made its way into my heart. Ingrid's performance is truly lovely. Bing always makes the work look so easy. It's nice to see the actress that Joan Carroll was growing into, and it's a shame Hollywood didn't keep a place for that talented youngster.

Favourite scenes: the kitten, the Nativity play and the boxing lesson.

Jacqueline T Lynch said...

I agree. And also I like Henry Travers in pretty much everything. Some time or other I'm going to have blog about "Going My Way" and "St. Mary's".