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The Reluctant Saint (1962) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Edward Dmytryk and produced by Edward Dmytryk and John R. Sloan.

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Bishop: Brother Giuseppe! I knew you'd be here someday.
Giuseppe: [overjoyed that the Bishop remembers him] Your Excellency.
Bishop: How are the lambs?
Giuseppe: Oh, they are sheep now, your Excellency.
Bishop: Oh yes, of course. Has it been that long? And the studies - they've been hard, eh?
Giuseppe: [sighs and nods] But mostly I miss the stables. That's where I really belong, I shouldn't be here.
Bishop: Let me be the judge of that, Giuseppe. There will be many lost sheep to care for.

Don Raspi: Charity and love are capital virtues, Brother Giuseppe, but my favorite virtue is promptness.

Gobbo: Father Giuseppe! What are they doing to you?
Giuseppe: It's for my own good, little brother. Father Raspi is driving out the devil.
Gobbo: The devil? You? Oh, no, you're a saint. He's a saint!
Don Raspi: Take that blasphemous fool out of here.

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