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
Did You Know?
The Set Decorator, Don Remacle, had studied for the Catholic Priesthood, changing his career objectives after attending the Pasadena Playhouse Drama School. With his knowledge of the Church, all Altar and ceremonial procedures, he advised Ralph Nelson and Maria Schell on everything related with the Chapel scenes, including all the set dressing related actions or scene motivations. Remacle also advised the costume designer, Dyke Davis, on all the Nun's wardrobe and accessories. Don Remacle quit his Fairfax- Beverly Blvd CBS TV staff set decorator position to work on this Provo, Utah location film assignment. Upon completion of the NBC TV MOW, Remacle returned to Los Angeles, immediately going to work on a film television series at Universal-MCA Television; then, onto an illustrious film set decorating career working with director George Cukor's 1981 film "Rich and Famous". See more
[as Homer climbs down from the chapel steeple
Senor Homer... will we have bells?
Follows Lilies of the Field