PG | | Comedy, Family
Two high-spirited young students at St. Francis Academy For Girls keep things hopping for the challenged Mother Superior (Rosalind Russell) and her staff of bewildered Sisters.
Rosalind Russell called Producer William Frye to complain about Director Ida Lupino's imbibing during filming. Russell said to Frye, "Ida's been having those drinks again." Russell wanted Lupino off of this movie, but Frye spoke to Lupino, and she stopped drinking on the set for the duration of filming.
I wonder if my father realizes that he's paying good money to have me educated to be a janitor.
At the beginning of the movie, when the bus is shown en route to the train station, the hubs of the wheels are dirty silver but in the next shot, when the buss is pulling in to the train station, the hubs are black. Not only that but it is not the same train station in the second shot as in the first shot.
An animated Mary Clancy appears with an angel's wings and halo, and flies around the Columbia logo, then blows out the torch.