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In this charming television series remake of the OscarTM winning 1944 film Going My Way starring Bing Crosby, dancer and actor Gene Kelly (American in Paris) takes on Crosby's role of Father O'Malley, a Catholic priest sent to St. Dominick's, a poor parish in New York City. There he teams up with Father Fitzgibbon (Leo G. Carroll), the elderly pastor of St. Dom's, and his housekeeper Mrs. Featherstone (Nydia Westerman). As luck would have it, Father O'Malley's boyhood friend Tom, played by none other than Dick York ( Bewitched ), runs a secular youth center in the neighborhood. The guest cast of Going My Way was impressive. Among the many stars who appeared were Anne Francis and George Kennedy (A Man for Mary), Eddy Bracken and Harry Morgan (Like My Own Brother), Jack Warden (Not Good Enough for My Sister), Kevin McCarthy (Ask Me No Questions), Beverly Garland (A Saint for Mama), and James Whitmore (Tell Me When You Get to Heaven), just to name a few. Fifty years after its first broadcast in 1962, Going My Way's light touch and big-hearted themes make it great entertainment for the whole family with great acting and stories that touch the soul with warmth, humor and drama, as life's inescapable situations unfold, and are resolved in surprising ways.
Based on the Oscar winning film with Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald, Gene Kelly ably steps into the Fr. O'Malley role. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gerard Triano
I love Gene Kelly and being matched with Leo G. Carroll and Dick York made for a great series. I never saw these when I was young and I'm so glad I got this series. Read morePublished 17 months ago by D. Murrells
hello I like to express my apologies and let you all know tha the dvd going my way series was absolutely the best show and I would highly recommend that you by from them- they are... Read morePublished 22 months ago by michael j. stefan
I very much enjoy this series. It has both great story lines and the right amount of humor to make it very enjoyable.Published 24 months ago by Raymond Seyller
Very good show that shows the way Catholic churches around the USA ran in the 1950s and 60s. Good actors and actresses.Published on August 23, 2013 by A Customer
Great series. Followed along the original movie line very well. I give it 5 stars. Worth buying the series.