Overview

A Belgian nun, Sister Ann is sent to another order where she's at first committed to helping troubled souls like, Nichole and little Dominic. When Father Clementi hears Sister Ann's uplifting singing style, he takes her to a talent contest. Suddenly, Sister Ann is signed to a record deal and everyone is listening to her light-hearted songs. Sister Ann is unprepared for her new found fame (like appearing on the "Ed Sullivan" show) and unwanted side-effects, including a wrongful attraction to an old friend,

  1. John Furia, Jr.

    Story, Writer

  2. Henry Koster

    Director

  3. Sally Benson

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Debbie Reynolds

    Debbie Reynolds

    Sister Ann

  2. Ricardo Montalban

    Ricardo Montalban

    Father Clementi

  3. Greer Garson

    Greer Garson

    Mother Prioress

  4. Agnes Moorehead

    Agnes Moorehead

    Sister Cluny

  5. Chad Everett

    Chad Everett

    Robert Gerarde

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The Singing Nun
The Singing Nun

Facts

Status Released

Release Information

  • April 2, 1966
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 37m

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