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  • Actors: Barry Fitzgerald Bing Crosby, James Brown, Gene Lockhart, Jean Heather, Rise Stevens, Porter Hall, Fortunio Bonanova Frank Hugh
  • Directors: Leo McCarey
  • Producers: Leo McCarey
  • Format: Full Screen, NTSC, Black & White
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: MCA / Universal
  • Run Time: 126.0 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (274 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CDT6X2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #268,096 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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One of the most honored films of all time, BING CROSBY earned an Academy award for his performance as young Father O'Malley (CROSBY), a new priest at St. Dominic's Church run by the crusty old father Fitzgibbon (BARRY FITZGERALD)who doesn't think much of him or his new ideas. But O'Malley starts to inspire some of the roughneck kids of the neighborhood to open their hearts and minds in a way the old priest simply could not do. Once the change has begun, the church starts to find its way back into the lives and hearts of those who live near its doors, and its meaning to all involved grows dearer to their souls. The air is filled with music, from the classic "Ave Maria" sung by Metropolitan Opera star RISE STEVENS to the lighthearted "Three Blind Mice" and the academy award winning "Swinging On A Star". Barry Fitzgerald's performance here is especially strong and enjoyable. GOING MY WAY is a warm holiday tradition you will want to rediscover, especially around the holidays and Christmastime, which will warm your hearth, home and soul once more each year.

Customer Reviews

I love watching old movies around Christmas.
Amazon Customer
While not really a Christmas movie, I always like to watch this one at Christmas time because it has a way of making you feel hopeful.
Kindle Customer
Barry Fitzgerald received the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Father Fitzgibbon, and well deserved it was.

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92 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Jon Oye on January 11, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Some movies are simply beyond criticism. Despite having been written off in recent years by many mainstream critics - with much repeated, off-base allegations of over-sentimentality - this is one of them. It belongs in the pantheon of truly great films. The cynicism of the world we live in today no doubt prevents countless viewers (and critics) from looking beneath the placid surface of "Going My Way", but it's definitely worth the effort.

Part of this reluctance to delve may be due to the film's pastoral (no pun intended) ambience and relaxed pace, which could have inspired the producers of the Andy Griffith Show a few years later (check out the checker game scene). It takes its time, telling its story on its own terms, and this simply doesn't sit well with the majority of modern multi-taskers who've been fed a steady diet of breakneck action orgies, sophomoric sex comedies, and formulaic, artificial romantic comedies. But if you give it a chance and let it work its charms it will eventually win you over. To borrow a line from the film, it will "grow on you." Maybe not in the first viewing, maybe not even in the first few years...but eventually.

Its charms worked instantly on audiences in need of hope, inspiration, and a chuckle or two during the Second World War, making it a huge box office hit in 1944. It even won over critics of the day: James Agee stated that "Going My Way" "points the way to the great films which will be possible when Hollywood becomes aware of the richness and delight of human character for its own sake." It earned seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and a Best Actor Oscar for Bing Crosby (as Father Chuck O'Malley), who was starting his run as the #1 box office star for a record five consecutive years.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer on December 28, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
In "Going My Way," director Leo McCarey taps into one of the basic tenets of human nature, that being the fact that even the most selfless individual has wants and needs that often go unrecognized or unexpressed. It's a matter of understanding the human condition, being sensitive to what drives our fellow man and responding to it. A young woman of eighteen leaves home because of a conflict with her parents, yet has nowhere to go; a man with a touch of "Scrooge" in him, who runs a Savings & Loan has trouble setting his priorities; a gang of street-wise kids need some direction; an elderly priest after forty-five years has allowed his parish to slip into financial straits. All circumstances that are affecting in their innate humanity, and it's into this that McCarey taps directly with his story, and it's the reason for the success of his film. Simply put, it has heart-- and it makes it timeless.
Father Fitzgibbon (Barry Fitzgerald) has been at St. Dominic's in New York since it was built, but the financially strapped parish is in arrears on the mortgage payment, and Mr. Ted Haines Sr. (Gene Lockhart), of the S&L that holds the note, would like nothing better than to be able to foreclose on the church, because then he could raze the building and turn it into a parking lot. Meanwhile, the Bishop has sent a young priest, Father Chuck O'Malley (Bing Crosby) to St. Dominic's to look into the situation, and very quickly the good Father finds that he has his hands more than full.
Sent to take charge without "taking charge," in deference to Father Fitzgibbon's tenure, Father O'Malley has his work cut out just trying to save the church; but that's not all he has to contend with. Found alone on the street by a local policeman, a girl named Carol James (Jean Heather) is brought to St.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Rosella Ann Myles on October 8, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
This is a must see film It's uplifting good, and fun to watch. All of the songs Bing Crosby sings are lovley. Rese Stevens rendition of Ave Maria, is very beautiful. Bing is great as a priest and plays the role so convincingly. If you buy this movie you wont be sorry. You will be in for a real treat. They don't make films like this anymore. It's a classic!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Classic Movie watcher on December 26, 2006
Format: DVD
Going My Way deservedly won 7 Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Original Story. It is such a warm story written and directed by Leo McCarey (who also wrote Love Affair, Bells of St. Mary's and An Affair to Remember as well as directed the latter two).

The movie's warmth owed much to the wonderful performance of Barry Fitzgerald (Best Actor in a Supporting Role), as the lovable and respectable elderly Father Fitzgibbon, despite his old school of strict rules and hardships expected of a clergyman. And Bing Crosby(Best Actor), as Father O'Malley, came to rescue the old church with utmost regard of Father Fitzgibbon's delicate feeling. Bing Crosby's portrayal of a sensible, upright Father who enjoyed a close relationship with the younger generation was most impressive. The joyful and buoyant Father O'Dowd (Frank McHugh) provided the optimistic mood often needed to uplift the morale of the other two Fathers. The personal sacrifice made by Fitzgibbon, his longing to see his mother far away, the subplots of a radiant contralto of Metropolitan Opera Association (Rise Stevens) with a gold heart, the father and son money lenders, a naïve run away 18-year old (Jean Heather) all make a wonderful story.

In addition, there is much good music performed by Bing Crosby (Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra, Silent Night, Swinging on a star - Best Original Music) and Rise Stevens (Ave Maria, Habanera of Carmen)with the Robert Mitchell Boychoir. There is just a right balance between the good Christmas spirit and delightful Christmas music. It leaves you adoring the kindness and integrity of these good characters while humming the beautful tones. A true Christams Gem not to be missed.
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