Homer Smith returns to the chapel which, years before, he helped to build to find that the nuns have taken in a group of homeless/unwanted/runaway children. Once again, he is inspired by the nuns' faith and selfless devotion, and this time he builds an orphanage and a little school for the children. Written by
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The studio was not satisfied with the singing voices of the kids hired to play the orphans. The studio ended up going to Orem Junior High School, which was known at the time to have a very good musical theater program, and hiring six local kids to sing the songs in the film. Their voices were dubbed in for the orphans in the songs but they were never credited. See more
[as Homer climbs down from the chapel steeple
Senor Homer... will we have bells?
Follows Lilies of the Field