The Little Priest (1964)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Family


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A new priest comes to a little town causing discomfort to parishioners.


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19 April 2005 | angeleyez2003
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| The Priest
In this movie Mario Moreno portrays a new priest that has been sent to a town to begin gaining experience in ministry. When he arrives he does not receive such a great welcome because the towns people and the old priests' family think he was sent to take over the church. As usual Cantinflas has to overcome the greedy villains and stubborn people. The movie is filled with a lot of funny comments made by cantinflas. Although he is a priest he has a mind of his own and he tells people exactly what he is thinking. The DVD is excellent. Both the audio and picture are perfect. Subtitles are optional and there are even a few present day film trailers. You can rest assure that through out the movie you'll encounter the unique charm of Mario Moreno.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy | Drama | Family

Details

Release Date:

1965

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Mexico

Filming Locations

Guanajuato, Mexico

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