Going My Way

Going My Way

Holiday Inn

DVD - 1999
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Going my way (127 min.): When old and fading St. Dominic's Church gets a new priest (Crosby), things are bound to change. For starters, young Father O'Malley meets the crusty old Father Fitzgibbon (Barry Fitzgerald), who doesn't think much of him or his ideas. The two have their differences but O'Malley is able to inspire some neighborhood roughnecks to open their hearts and minds in a way the old priest simply could not do.
Holiday Inn (101 min.): "Story about two talented pals, a singer (Bing Crosby) and a dancer (Fred Astaire) who compete for the affections of the same pretty lady (Virginia Dale). But when she dumps them both, the singer comes up with the idea of running a tavern that's open only on holidays"--Container.
Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Studios, 1999.
Edition: Full frame version.
ISBN: 9780783237381
Branch Call Number: DVD-AD COMEDY GOIN
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (3 hr., 48 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.


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Veepea Sep 30, 2011

Holiday Inn: I think it's rather sneaky to go around stealing girlfriends, but it had some nice songs and costumes. Going My Way: I kept hoping that Bing Crosby would end up with someone, but then I remembered that priests don't marry...Not a bad movie, it should teach old people not to be crotchety!


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