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The clip A parting gift from Going My Way (1944) with Barry Fitzgerald I'm sure that the way to say what I'd like to say will occur to me after you've gone. We're separated by many years, Father O'Malley... which could be the reason why we haven't seen eye to eye in many instances. But though we've had many differences, we never differed in fundamentals. It was only in method. But never in our hearts. Good stuff, huh? Yes. Goodbye, Ted. Goodbye, Father. Bye, Carol. Right man did come along? Yes, but not past our house. Stubborn? Goodbye, Mr. Haines. Father. Pardon me, Mr. Haines. I've just left the Bishop. He told me to report to Father Fitzgibbon. I'm taking your place. I'm the new curate! You've little time. They're waiting at the church to say goodbye. All right. I've been doing you a lot of good here. You're gonna have a new church after the war.
30 Nov 2011
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