The Sainted Sisters

  • 1948
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

Lake and Caulfield are a pair of con artists who take a banker for $25,000. They head out of New York City and cross the border to Canada, but a storm forces them to seek shelter and they end up with Fitzgerald. He introduces them around the little town on the Maine-Canada border and gradually the pair reform their ways. They learn a thing or two about...read more

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Lake and Caulfield are a pair of con artists who take a banker for $25,000. They head out of New York City and cross the border to Canada, but a storm forces them to seek shelter and they end up with Fitzgerald. He introduces them around the little town on the Maine-Canada border and

gradually the pair reform their ways. They learn a thing or two about humanity and end up donating their money to various needy people in the town. The film is meant to be a comedy, but the premise is so far-fetched that it doesn't work on any level. There are a few minor laughs, but the picture

is permeated with a feeling of unreality that inhibits the players. Fitzgerald, in one of his patented good-natured characterizations, just about carries the film. Direction is credible with standard production values.

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