PG | | Comedy, Family
Two high-spirited young students at St. Francis Academy For Girls keep things hopping for the challenged Mother Superior and her staff of bewildered Sisters.
The movie was based on the book "Life with Mother Superior", written by Jane Trahey. It was based on her high school studies at a Catholic girls day school in Chicago (where she met Mary, who later became Sr. John Eudes) as well as incidents from her studies at Mundelein College in Chicago. Ms. Trahey has since passed away.
Oh! It looks beautiful!
Mother Superior: It is nice, isn't it? I used to do a great deal a great deal of sewing when I was a girl. I'd always blessed my mother for insisting that I learn to how to handle a needle. When my parents died, I was sixteen then. My uncle, ...
When Rachel knocks over the bust in the art room, there is already debris on the floor from something else (probably another bust used in a take) and when Rachel goes to pick up the pieces of the newly broken bust, she picks up the stuff that was already there.
A halo appears over the A when the Columbia name appears on the torch lady logo. Then, Hayley Mills' "Angel" cartoon appears from behind the A, flies around the screen a bit, then blows out the Columbia torch.