Saintly Sinners (1962)





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In this comedy, two small-time con men steal an honest ex-convict's car and use it to rob a bank. They then hide the loot in the car's spare tire. Unfortunately for the ex-con, his car ends up repossessed and eventually sold to a parish priest who immediately drives off for a much-needed fishing trip. The priest is then stopped by a cop who recognizes the vehicle from the robbery. The priest is blamed for the crime and jailed; he is then released and the ex-con is arrested in his place. Because the police claim that the priest has been harboring criminals in his parish, his monsignor transfers him. The good parishioners are so distraught that the con men feel remorse and confess to their crime. Peace is restored, and happiness ensues.
Classics , Comedy , Drama
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Don Beddoe
as Father Dan
Paul Bryar
as Duke
Ellen Corby
as Mrs. McKenzie
William Fawcett
as Horsefly
Addison Richards
as Monsignor
Earl Hodgins
as Uncle Clete
Earle Hodgins
as Uncle Clete
Norman Leavitt
as Phineas
Marjorie Bennett
as Mrs. Madigan
David Tyrell
as Tubber
Bobs Watson
as Attendant
Bob Hopkins
as Honest Jim
Marla Craig
as Maybelle
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