Bless Me Father (1978–1981)

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"Bless Me Father" is a 21-episode British sitcom that ran from 1978 to 1981. A gentle and impish look at Catholic life in post-war suburban Britain, the series follows the adventures and ... See full summary »

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  • Daniel Abineri and Arthur Lowe in Bless Me Father (1978)
  • Daniel Abineri and Arthur Lowe in Bless Me Father (1978)
  • Arthur Lowe and Patrick McAlinney in Bless Me Father (1978)
  • Arthur Lowe in Bless Me Father (1978)
  • Barbara Hicks in Bless Me Father (1978)
  • Daniel Abineri in Bless Me Father (1978)

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17 March 2007 | Syl
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| Solid Comedy Starring Arthur Lowe!
I bought the DVD series because I was desired to see it. None of the local PBS stations in the New York City area bothered to show it in recent years, I found Arthur Lowe to be the heart and soul of this show as Father Duddleswell. The young actor, Daniel A., plays a young priest named Father Neil Boyd. I have to say the comic humor is dryer than Father Ted. The show explores the elder father's flaws such as his gambling habit and the younger priest's naivety. Also, I love Gabrielle Daye as Mrs. Pring who may not always be approving of Father Duddleswell but she's great as their opinionated housekeeper. I have only seen a few episodes but the writing and acting are solid. Guest stars like Peter Bowles and Sheila Keith make it worth watching. I don't know why people don't think priests or sisters are interesting worthy to be treated as a subject. If I was born a male, I would probably have been a priest myself.

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