CTVA US Comedy - "The Flying Nun" (Screen Gems/ABC)(1967-70) starring Sally Field

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The Flying Nun (1967-70)
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The Flying Nun (season 1) (ABC) (1967-68)
The Flying Nun (season 2) (ABC) (1968-69)
The Flying Nun (season 3) (ABC) (1969-70)
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THE FLYING NUN
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Screen Gems Production
for
ABC (Thursday 8:00pm)(1967-69)(seasons 1&2)
ABC (Wednesday 7:30pm)(1969-70)(season 3)
Produced by Harry Ackerman

US Comedy Series 1967-70  83 episodes x 30 min
Starring:
Sally Field as Sister Bertrille
With:
Marge Redmond as Sister Jacqueline
Madelaine Sherwood as Mother Superior Plaseato
Alejandro Rey as Carlos Ramirez
Shelley Morrison as Sister Sixto
Vito Scotti as Captain Gaspar Fomento (season 2)
Manuel Padilla Jr. as Marcello (season 3)
Linda Dangcil as Sister Ana
Michael Pataki as Salazar
Don Diamond as Chief Galindo (season 2)
Rodolfo Hoyos as Chief Galindo (season 3)

Premise:
Desiring to help the less fortunate, Elsie Ethrington decides to
join a convent. Ordained as Sister Bertrille, she is assigned to
the convent San Tanco in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Stories relate
her efforts to help people of her poor community. The title "The
Flying Nun" refers to Sister Bertille's ability to fly when the
strong winds strike her nurses uniform.

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