Saintly Sinners

Saintly Sinners is a 1962 film about a priest who reforms his parishioners but gets accused of armed robbery.[1][2] The New York Times described it as a "piece of low budget whimsey.. achieves the improbable feat of being almost as bad as it sounds".[3]

Saintly Sinners
Directed byJean Yarbrough
Produced byEdward Small (executive)
Robert E. Kent
Written byKevin Barry
StarringDon Beddoe
Harvard Productions
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release date
Running time
77 mins
CountryUnited States

See also


  1. Saintly Sinners at TCMDB
  2. "Don Beddoe in Charge of the Saintly Sinners" Los Angeles Times 13 July 1963: B7.
  3. "'Saintly Sinners,' a Comedy, Arrives" New York Times 29 Mar 1962: 28.

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