The Bishop's Wife

Film

Comedy

Honni soit qui mal y pense

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Pleasant enough Goldwyn-produced whimsy, cashing in on the success of '40s angelic fantasies such as Here Comes Mr Jordan and It's a Wonderful Life. Angel Grant responds to a bishop's plea for help after his devotion to his plans for a new cathedral has alienated him from family and parishioners. Cary's charm works as successfully upon audiences as it does upon the film's characters, and his relaxed wit plus Loretta Young's delicate loveliness makes for a frothily touching comedy.
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UK release:

1947

Duration:

108 mins

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kel

Much better than 'It's a wonderful life' but not as recognised as such. Cary Grant at his very best and combined with the amazing talant that is David Niven, it couldn't fail. Christmas movies do not get better than this!!!

kel

Much better than 'It's a wonderful life' but not as recognised as such. Cary Grant at his very best and combined with the amazing talant that is David Niven, it couldn't fail. Christmas movies do not get better than this!!!