The Trouble with Angels (1966) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Ida Lupino .
The Trouble With AngelsBy Amanda Garrett on May 11, 2018 From Old Hollywood Films
June Harding (left) and Hayley Mills play Catholic schoolgirls in The Trouble with Angels (1966). This article is part of The Ida Lupino Centenary Blogathon hosted by Maddy Loves Her Classic Films. The biggest hit of Ida Lupino's film-directing career was The Trouble With Angels, a 1966 comedy... Read full article
The Trouble with Angels ( 1966 )By The Metzinger Sisters on Mar 29, 2017 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers
"I just thought of a scathingly brilliant idea!" Mary ( Hayley Mills ) is chock-full of scathingly brilliant ideas, most of them taking the form of pranks to play on the nuns at St. Francis Academy, the convent school for girls that she and her partner-in-crime Rachel ( played by newcomer June Hard... Read full article
The Trouble with Angels (1966)By Crystal J. Anderson on Aug 1, 2013 From Classic Film Review
Director: Ida Lupino Writers: Jane Trahey (novel); Blanche Hanalis (screenplay) Genre: Comedy Main Cast: Hayley Mills (Mary Clancy) June Harding (Rachel Devery) Rosalind Russell (Mother Superior) Marge Redmond (Sister Liguori) Mary Wickes (Sister Clarissa) Margalo Gillmore (Sister Rose Marie) Judith... Read full article
Classic Films in Focus: THE TROUBLE WITH ANGELS (1966)By Jennifer Garlen on Dec 29, 2012 From Virtual Virago
Why does Hollywood love nuns? For an industry generally obsessed with sex and skin, the motion picture business has produced a remarkable number of movies about those black clad, celibate sisters over the years, including serious dramas like The Song of Bernadette (1943) and Doubt (2008), romantic m... Read full article
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Mother Superior: Rachel? Well, Rachel has a home and parents who love her. She's a follower, not a leader. She can be guided. But, Mary... oh, Mary has a will of iron. To bend but not to break... to yield but not capitulate... to have pride but also humility. This has always been my struggle, Sister. Can I be less tolerant of Mary than the Church has been of me?
Mary Clancy: I'm not a child. I'm a midget with bad habits.
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All of the old ladies at the Christmas party at the old age home are wearing purple, which is the liturgical color for the Advent season in the Catholic calendar.
The first feature film to be directed by Ida Lupino since The Hitch-Hiker and The Bigamist over a decade earlier.
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