St. Louis, 1905: Parish priest Father Dunne becomes aware of the plight of the city's newsboys, living on pennies and often homeless, and resolves to help them. Through inspired finagling and the gift of the blarney, he organizes a sort of "co-op" orphanage for increasing numbers of boys. Then he's faced with the tougher problem of stopping the escalating violence in inter-paper rivalry for "good corners"...
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The true story of Father Dunne of St. Louis, who promised his gang of roughneck kids a better deal...and led them into the hearts of fellow townsmen! (original poster)
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This film's earliest documented telecasts took place in New York City Monday 12 March 1956 on WOR (Channel 9), in Los Angeles Tuesday 17 July 1956 on KHJ (Channel 9), and in Memphis Tuesday 23 October 1956 on WHBQ (Channel 13). See more
Referenced in Let's Go to the Movies
I've Got Rings On My Fingers
Written by Robert P. Weston, Fred J. Barnes, and Maurice Scott
Performed by Myrna Dell
, James Nolan
, and cast See more