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Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows
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Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows

3.4 7
Director: James Neilson

Cast: Rosalind Russell, Stella Stevens, Binnie Barnes

 

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Rosalind Russell reprises her role as a high-spirited nun in this sequel to The Trouble With Angels, which has been given a workmanlike presentation for its DVD release. Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows has been given a pan-and-scan transfer to disc in the full-screen ratio of 1.33:1, while the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Mono. The dialogue

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Rosalind Russell reprises her role as a high-spirited nun in this sequel to The Trouble With Angels, which has been given a workmanlike presentation for its DVD release. Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows has been given a pan-and-scan transfer to disc in the full-screen ratio of 1.33:1, while the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Mono. The dialogue is in English, with optional English subtitles for the hearing impaired; no multiple language options have been included. A collection of trailers for other Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment releases is included as a bonus.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Bruce Eder
Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows is a sequel to The Trouble With Angels, and as such is not bad -- it's just not as good, but it is different, and offers just enough appeal to resonate better with modern viewers, even if it isn't as good a movie. For starters, there's no real unity to the story in the manner of the earlier film -- the plot sprawls across the American continent and never affords the viewer a chance to focus in on the larger story, concerning change within and around the Catholic church. Between the episodic story -- which is extremely entertaining for its topical references, which were already dated a year or two after the film's release -- and the all-star supporting cast (including Robert Taylor, Van Johnson, Arthur Godfrey, and Milton Berle), the movie is a thoroughly entertaining gem without really being terribly good. By whatever means it does manage to entertain, however, Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows does succeed, and in some areas where its more serious and focused predecessor doesn't -- there's nothing to be taken too seriously that gets in front of the camera for very long, and the sheer wholesomeness of the film's tone (and origins) tells even first-time viewers that all will turn out right. Not too many movies outside of the Disney orbit can still trade in that kind of message successfully, but this one does, for all of its flaws.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/11/2003
UPC:
0043396016804
Original Release:
1968
Rating:
G
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Sound:
[Dolby Digital]
Time:
1:34:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; [None specified]

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rosalind Russell Mother Simplicia
Stella Stevens Sister George
Binnie Barnes Sister Celestine
Mary Wickes Sister Clarissa
Dolores Sutton Sister Rose Marie
Susan Saint James Rosabelle
Barbara Hunter Marvel Ann
Milton Berle Film Director
Arthur Godfrey Bishop
Van Johnson Father Chase
Robert Taylor Mr. Farraday
William Lundigan Mr. Clancy
Michael Christian Motorcycle Gang Leader
John Findlater Jud Farriday
Devon Douglas Devon
June Fairchild June
Thomas Logan Tom
Ellen Moss Tanya
Alice Rawlings Patty
Hilary Thompson Hilarie
Jon Hill Cyclist

Technical Credits
James Neilson Director
Tommy Boyce Score Composer,Songwriter
Adrienne Fazan Editor
William Frye Producer
Blanche Hanalis Screenwriter
Bobby Hart Score Composer,Songwriter
Jack Haynes Sound/Sound Designer
Ben Lane Makeup
Sam Leavitt Cinematographer
Moss Mabry Costumes/Costume Designer
Lalo Schifrin Score Composer
Frank A. Tuttle Set Decoration/Design
Lyle Wheeler Production Designer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start [:12]
2. The Bishop [4:15]
3. Training School for Mad Bombers [2:58]
4. Important News [1:31]
5. St. Francis-A-Go-Go [2:15]
6. Classified Information [2:36]
7. Avante-Garde Ideas [2:26]
8. The New Bus [4:25]
9. Stowaway [3:47]
10. Stuck at the Crossing [3:59]
11. Dorney Park [3:10]
12. Father Chase [3:22]
13. 20th-Century Nun [2:03]
14. "Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows" [1:57]
15. A Girl & Her Trust [4:34]
16. The Bus Was Caper [3:26]
17. Out of Gas [4:10]
18. Bad Boys [1:47]
19. Flat Tire in the Middle of Nowhere [3:39]
20. Mr. Farriday [2:57]
21. Summer Romance [1:52]
22. Advanced Case of Soggy Eyeballs [2:34]
23. A Crisis of Faith [4:29]
24. Sentiment VS. Common Sense [7:55]
25. Indians! [3:33]
26. The Film Director [1:55]
27. A Wonderful Experience [5:12]
28. Change of Habit [3:15]

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3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Diane32 More than 1 year ago
Loved this movie when I saw it as a child and still love it to this day. Bought it when it came out on VHS and then again on DVD. Great perfomances by Rosaline Russell as Mother Superior, Stella Stevens as the hip nun Sister George the dragonslayer. Mary Wickes as the bus driving nun the cast goes on and on. I recommend this for anyone of any age.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is one of the funniest movies out there. Although it was made in the late 1960s, most of this issues it discusses can be related to today. I love it and recommend it to anyone who needs a good laugh and wants to relive their years of schooling and best friends.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Okay, the first movie is definitely better but I also liked this sequel and found it cute and entertaining. It would have been nice if Hayley Mills had been in this movie playing the young progressive nun but Stella Stevens was good and I also thought that Rosalind Russell, and Susain Saint James were very good. The only complaint I have is with the DVD, it is pan and scan only and I think it would have been nice if they had also released a widescreen DVD and hopefully someday they will do that!
Guest More than 1 year ago
At first, I did not plan on watching this film, but I happened upon on it on TCM as I was flipping through the channels. I had heard of this movie after trying to find a DVD version of the prequel, The Trouble With Angels, as it came up in the search query. Anyways, I started watching it on TCM, but it was already midway, so I didn't really understand it. Either way, I thought that The Trouble With Angels had a better story to it and had a more whimsical yet touching tone. Besides, Sister George is exactly the type of nun that has caused the new non-habit wearing nun. It may not mean much to some, but it's the start of a less faithful nun...anyways, I would rate the prequel better than this subpar sequel!