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Who can name all the apostles?
Yes, Deloris.
John, Paul, George...
and Ringo.
Deloris Wilson,
you are the most unruly,|disobedient girl in this school.
Now, I want you to march|right up to that blackboard...
and write the names of all|the apostles alphabetically.
This is enough.|You are hopeless.
And I wash my hands of you.
Mark my words, Deloris.
If you continue|on this disruptive track,
it will lead|straight to the devil.
Have you any idea|what girls like you become?
Whenever I'm with him
Something inside
- Inside|- Starts to burning
And I'm fiIIed with desire
WouId it be the deviI in me
Or is this the way|Iove's supposed to be
- It's Iike a heat wave|- Heat wave
- Burning in my heart|- Heat wave
- I can't keep from crying|- Heat wave
- It's tearing me apart|- Heat wave
- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah|- Yeah
- I said, oh, yeah|- Heat wave
Yeah, yeah|Yeah, yeah
- I said, Oh, yeah|-Ain't nothing but Iove, girI
Don't pass up this chance
Here's a chance|for a true romance
Heat wave
Nothing you can say|can tear me away
rom my guy
My guy
Nothing you can do|'cause I'm stuck Iike gIue
- To my guy|- My guy|- My guy
I'm sticking to my guy|Iike a stamp to a Ietter
Like two birds of a feather|we stick together
I'm teIIing you|from the start
I can't be torn apart|from my guy
Whoa-oa-oa-oa-oa
No muscIe-bound man
CouId take my hand|from my guy
My guy
No handsome face|couId ever take the pIace
- Of my guy|- My guy|- My guy
He may not be|a movie star
But when it comes|to being happy, we are
There's not a man today
Who couId take me away|from my guy
- What'd you say|- There's not a man today
Who couId take me away|from my guy
- TeII me more|- There's not a man today
Who couId take me away from
All right. Wrap this up, okay?|Wrap it up.
I wiII foIIow him
oIIow him|wherever he may go
There isn't|an ocean too deep
A mountain too high|it can keep
- Keep me away|- You better, you better
- I wiII foIIow him|- oIIow him
Ever since he touched|my hands I knew
That near him|I aIways must be
And nothing|can keep me away
He is my destiny
I Iove him, I Iove him|I Iove him
- And where he goes I'II|- oIIow|- I'II|- oIIow
- He'II aIways be my|- True Iove|- My|- True Iove
- rom now untiI for|- Ever|- or|- Ever
- Whoo!|- Whoo!
Go.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah|- Yeah
- I'm a whoIe|- Heat wave
- Yeah, yeah|- Keep burning|- Yeah, yeah|- Keep burning
- I'm a whoIe, yeah|-Ain't nothing but Iove, girI
Don't pass up this chance
A diamond braceIet|and a pair of pants
- Heat wave|- Good night, ladies and gentlemen.
- Heat wave|- You don't give a shit.
- Heat wave|- Let's get the hell out of here.
Heat wave
So I-- I guess eating is|out of the question, huh?
Eat? Your next show|is in 20 minutes.
You still haven't told me|what she said.
- What who said?|- ''What who said?''
The one with the moustache.|The one you're married to.
You are so damn hot.
And you are so full of it.|You didn't tell her, did you?
I knew it. I knew you|weren't gonna tell her.
I knew it.
I want us|to be together, babe.
Hmm.
I want us to be|an honest, decent couple.
I do.
I went to confession today.
You went to confession?
Like confession confession?
You know where you kneel in the box, you|tell the priest your deepest secrets?
Well, I did that today|for us, babe.
I told Father Antonelli|I was in love...
and that it was|a special love.
A love for all the ages|and that I want to be with her.
And what did he say?
He said that if I got divorced|I'd burn in hell for all eternity.
- Hand me my loafers, doll.|- You--
No, I-- You-You can get|your own damn shoes.
So what does this--|What does this mean?
- Is this no? Does this mean no?|- No. No.
- What does it mean?|- Not no.Just not now.
Just get out, okay?|Just go.
You want me|to go against a priest?
Get excommunicated?
Okay.
I'll eat the thing you made.
-Is that was this is all about?|-No, that's not what it's about.
It's about you leaving.|Good night.
Good night!
I'll call.
You're quitting just because|he won't leave his wife?
No, not just because|he won't leave his wife.
I'm quitting for a lot of reasons.|It's something I have to do.
-What's gonna happen to the act?|-What do you mean, ''What's|gonna happen to the act''?
You're gonna get somebody else.|It's not a big loss.
Well, you put everything together.|You pick all the music.
You tell us where to stand|and everything.
Yeah, yeah, yeah,|I'm a real genius.
I'm a real genius.|That's why we're packin' 'em in.
And don't you pack any more|of my make-up in that bag.
Don't think I don't know|what you're doing.
- What do you want, huh?|- And don't you ever knock?
Hey, girl, you ain't got nothing|that I haven't seen before, all right.
Yeah, well, stop tryin'|to memorize it.
- Hey, Michelle.|- Oh, please.
Hey, uh, Deloris, here.|This is from Vince.
- Here.|- I hope it's his dead body.
- With love.|- Oh, really?
- Yeah.|- Then why didn't he|bring it down to me himself?
Oh, he wanted to, but he's|got a big meetin' upstairs.
- Hey, Tina.|- Hi.
Could you say good night|to these clowns, please?
I'm getting a headache. I don't|want them in here. Get out.
- Let's go.|- All right, I'm goin'.
Just take it easy.
Well, at least you got somethin'|out of all of this.
-Come on, Deloris, open this up.|-Yes.
Why should I open this? I don't|give a damn what's in that box.
- I don't care.|- Oh, see what the man brought you.|- I want to see it.
- Why?|- Come on.|- Why?
- Well, I want to see.|- Fine, okay.
Let's look and see|what it is then.
- Oh, look at this.|- Oh.|- Look at this.|- Check it out.
- It's mink.|- Yes!
- It's purple mink, Deloris.|- Oh.
Oh, that's beautiful!|Look.
- Oh.|- Feel.
Well, obviously, Mr LaRocca|feels he can win me back...
by sending me this|absolutely fabulous coat.
- Mm-hmm.|- Whoo!
- Put it on. Put it on.|- It's beautiful.
Well, see, some girls would fall|for that, but not me.
I think I'm gonna make him|wait a little while...
before I just|let him know that I--
What?
Connie LaRocca.
It's his wife's coat.
The man gave me|his wife's coat.
- Oh, I don't believe this.|- Put it back on.
It's yours now.|You deserve it.
No, I don't deserve it.|I haven't earned it.
You don't earn other people's|wife's fur coats.
Okay?
I think it's time to just go upstairs|and give it back to him,
get the hell out|of this dump.
How long you been|with me, Ernie?
- Um, three years, Mr LaRocca.|- Really?
Two as a croupier, one|as your personal limo driver.
Ernie, you know what's|important to me, what counts?
Loyalty, my man.
Loyalty is what|counts to me.
Well, I've been very loyal,|Mr LaRocca.
Gee, Ernie,|that's not what I hear.
I hear you went down to the|police station last night...
and talked with|Lieutenant Souther.
I hear you were there|for over three hours.
I-I-I-I went.
I went, but I didn't|tell them anything.
Again, not what I heard.
Goodbye, Vince.
I'm leaving|and don't try to stop me.
I'm going to L.A.|where it's nice and warm.
People don't need fur coats from|their boyfriend's wife's closet.
Goodbye, Vince. I'm going to Miami,|where the sun shines.
I know they're trying|to get something on me, Ernie,
but so far they've come up|with bubkas.
They called Willy and Joey in there,|but they were out in 20 minutes.
What were you doing there|for three hours, Ernie?
I know you don't think I have|any talent, Vince, but I do.
And I'm gonna leave you,|and I'm going to Chicago.
Tell me what you told Souther.
I won't be able to sleep|tonight if I don't know.
I've always wanted|to go to New York.
I know if I went to New York,|I could get some things|together, Vince. I could.
I could-- I could.
I could.
That's all I told him.|I swear it.
Thanks, Ernie.|Now I can sleep.
- Say good night, Ernie.|- No, no, no. That's all--
Babe. Deloris.
Deloris.|Is there a problem?
- With the coat?|- With the coat? No.
No, not with the coat.|The coat's filne. I--
It's-- It's filne.
It's-- It's filne.|Thank-Thank you.
Is that why you came here|tonight? To thank me?
Yeah. Thank you.
And to say you're sorry, about|tonight and the things you said?
Forgotten.
Completely.|You understand me?
- Forgotten.|- Of-Of course.
It's-- Of course.|It's forgotten.
That's my girl.|My girl in mink.
- Will you be home?|- Yeah.|- Soon?|- Yeah.
- Go ahead.|- Okay.
Hey, Vince, is she okay?
I don't know, Vince.|She seemed kind of upset.
- She did?|- Yeah.
Bring her back, now,|for a talk.
And if she runs,|then what?
Take care of it.
Deloris!|Come on back!
Deloris,|he just wants to talk!
- Which way?|- That way.
Hey! Hey! Taxi! Hey!
Hey! Hey! Let's go! Let's go!|Let's go! Go! Go! Go!
And then Vince looks at Ernie|and says, ''Say good night.''
And then Vince looks at Joey|and Joey shot him.
I mean, he just shot him|in the chair.
Just boom.|He blew this guy away!
Sorry I'm late.|I'm Lieutenant Souther.
- Eddie Souther.|- How do you do?|I'm Deloris Van Cartier.
Listen, this guy was|a simple limo driver, right?
He was a limo driver. So maybe he made|a couple wrong turns in his life.
That's no reason to kill him.|I've never seen anybody killed before.
Except, you know, sometimes|you pass on the freeway,|you see a couple of people dead.
- But it's not the same thing--|- Miss Van Cartier?|- What?
You're Vince LaRocca's|girlfriend, right?
Well, you could,|sort of, maybe--
It depends on how you look at it.|I mean, the guy just tried to kill me,
so I don't think that|cements our relationship.
Well, you realize he's a major|underworld filgure, don't you?
He's into drug dealing,|money laundering.
We've been investigating Mr LaRocca|for the last 1 8 months.
We've got videotapes.|We've got surveillance photos.
Am I-- Am I in any of the--|On the videotapes?
- No, no, no. Criminal activity.|- Oh.
The tapes aren't enough|to convict him.
Apparently, there's a lot|you don't know about Vince.
I mean, the last two people that saw|him in action kind of disappeared.
What do you mean, they kind of|disappeared? What does that--|What do you mean?
Well, we found a piece here|and a piece there.
But don't you worry.|Here, have a cup of coffee.
You're safe now, and we're gonna|see that you stay that way.
- That's our job.|- If you help us, we can help you.
If you testify against Vince|about what you saw,
we can put him away|for the rest of his life.
Are you crazy? You're telling me|this guy is a mad criminal,|and you want me to testify?
Do you know what's gonna happen?|He's gonna track me down.
- Deloris.|- He's gonna kill me.|- Can I call you Deloris?
You can call me anything you want,|as long as you keep me alive!
- We wouldn't put you at risk|if we couldn't protect you.|- Right.
It'll only take a couple|of months to get a court date.
Just a couple of months?|Only a couple? Why not a year?
- How about a couple of decades?|- Two months we hide you out,|then you testify.
No! No. No.
It's just for a little while,|then you can come back.
Really? What are you gonna do?|You gonna stick me in a bag and bury me?
Forget it!
If you testify,
I'm gonna put you|in the last place on Earth...
that Vince would ever|look for you.
- Nice church, huh?|- Yeah, it's very nice.
Look, what am I gonna be,|Quasimodo in the bat belfry?
- What is this?|- I want you to stay here for a while.
Where?
In the convent.|It's the safest place in the world.
- You think Vince is gonna|look for you in a convent?|- No, no. What? What?
- In the what?|- The convent.|- You must be out of your--
You know what? I'm gonna go back|and work this out with Vince.|You're a lunatic.
I'm not gonna be in no damn|convent with these people.
These people|don't even have sex!
Deloris, Vince has a contract|out on you for a hundred grand.
-Now you've seen what he can do.|-Look--
One bullet,|that's all it's gonna take.
No, no, look. Let me|explain something to you.
Vince knows people all over|the place. You realize that.
He knows people all over the|place. That means he's gonna|be looking for me everywhere.
- Everywhere but this convent.|- Oh, come on!
Nobody knows you're here|but me.
We're trying to get you a quick court|date. One month, two months tops.
I promise I'm gonna spring you|as fast as I can.
What-- What am I gonna do here?|I'm gonna go crazy here.
There is nothing but a lot|of white women dressed as nuns.
I'm-- What am I gonna do here?
- Pray.|- Pray?
Yes, but, Monsignor,|we are a small convent.
Surely, there are|more appropriate places.
We can save this young woman's life and|imprison a parasite all in one gesture.
My heart goes out to her,|of course.
My concern would be she might|subject the convent to danger.
The Reno Police Department assures me|you'll be protected from any harm.
They've promised to make|a generous filnancial donation.
And, as you know, your small|convent is in danger of closing.
Well, if they can afford|to be so generous,
so can we.
Excuse me.
Absolutely not.|I couldn't possibly.
Well, think of it this way,|Reverend Mother, she's an ideal|prospect for rehabilitation.
That is not a person|you can hide.
That is a conspicuous person,|designed to stick out.
You have taken a vow|of hospitality to all in need.
I lied.
Lieutenant Souther,|everything is in order.
No, no, no, no,|everything is not in order.
-This woman does not like me.|-Deloris, these are holy people.
- They like everybody.|- I don't give a shit what you say!
- This woman does not like me.|- One month. Two months tops.
No, I'm not staying here.|Forget it. Forget it. Forget it.
I'm not staying here!|I'm telling you, I'm not...
- Behave yourself.|- gonna stay here!
What is your name?
Deloris Van Cartier.
Is that your real name?
Yes.|I happen to be a singer.
- Oh-oh. Do sit down.|- Thank you.
Look, before we get started,|I-I just want to say...
that I really appreciate|what you're doing for me.
I know it must be a huge|inconvenience for you.
Yeah, so I-I just, you know,|wanted to say thank you up front.
I also, uh, have always--
and I've said this to people--|I've always admired you people.
Nuns, I mean.|You know, you're so...
Catholic, you know.
I mean, look, you're|married to the big J.C.
I mean, you're His|old lady, you know.
It's, uh-- It's an|amazing thing to me.
I mean, of course, you must be saying,|''Well, it's much better...
than being hooked up|with some kind of two-timing--''
Please, do not smoke|in here.
Oh, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I--|You know, I get so nervous.
I get worked up. I just-- I just|had-- I don't know. I'm sorry.
Look, Miss Van Cartier, we have agreed|to conceal and protect you,
which we will do|to the best of our ability.
However, it is essential|that you understand...
that you are not|in a sorority or a speakeasy.
This is a convent,|a religious order,
and there are certain rules|you must obey.
St Katherine's is a place|to commune and to pray,
and I will not tolerate any disruption|whatsoever with that communion.
Do you understand?
- Yes.|- Good.
But do you understand|I'm the victim here?
Do you understand|I'm the good guy?
I mean, they just kind of|threw me in here with you nuns.
I mean, do you get that?|I'm the good guy.
I mean, I saw a guy|get his face blown off.
So why don't you just|give me the key to my room?
I'll lay low. You stay out of my face,|I'll stay out of your face.
And I will commune my little|black ass in that room.
Can you handle that?
- I think it's a very good idea.|- Thank you.
Well, it's almost lunchtime.
Perhaps you'd like|to freshen up.
And you'll certainly|want to change.
I just hope you don't think I'm gonna|wear what I wore in Catholic school.
No, siree. No ugly|green jumpers for me.
And those stupid|clunky shoes.
Oh, with this gold thing-- Could|you have it dry-cleaned for me?
Open the cabinet to your left.|You will filnd suitable attire.
Oh, cool.
Oh, no. No, no, no,|I can't do this. I'm sorry.
This is filne for covering a little|bulge, but now I've got holster hips.
People wish to kill you.
Anyone who's met you,|I imagine.
A disguise is necessary|to protect us all.
Now, while you are here,|you will conduct yourself as a nun.
Only I will know who|and what you truly are.
You will draw no attention|to yourself whatsoever.
But look at me! I'm a nun.|I'm a-- I'm a penguin!
As from now and until you leave,|you are Sister Mary Clarence.
Mary Clarence? Like-Like Clarence|Williams III from The Mod Squad?
Mary is in deference|to our Holy Mother.
The Clarence is in honour|of St Clarence of Concordia.
There are three vows|every nun must accept.
- The vow of poverty.|- Mmm.
- The vow of obedience.|- Mm-hmm.
- And the vow of chastity.|- I am out of here with that.
Oh, oh, man.
It is necessary to eat--
- Good afternoon, Sisters.|- Good afternoon.
I apologize|for my tardiness.
I would like you to welcome|a new member to our house.
Sister Mary Clarence.
Mary Clarence comes to us from|a somewhat progressive convent.
However, she's eager to embrace|a more disciplined life,
and I am sure will make every|effort to conform to our ways.
I'll do my best.
- Would you like to be seated?|- Thank you.
- Yes, Mary Patrick?|- Reverend Mother,
on behalf of all the Sisters|here at St Katherine's,
I'd like to offer a great big hi there|and hello to Sister Mary Clarence. Hi.
And as part of the welcome,|I thought that maybe...
our new sister could offer|today's blessing.
That is very thoughtful of you,|Mary Patrick, but I really--
Oh, yeah. Yeah, I can--|I can do that. Uh, sure.
Oh, fudge.|Uh, bless us, O Lord,
for these Thy gifts which|we're about to receive.
And, yea, though I walk through|the valley of the shadow of no food,
I will fear no hunger.
We want You to give us|this day our daily bread...
and to the republic|for which it stands,
and by the power|invested in me,
I pronounce us|ready to eat.
- Amen.|- Amen.|- Amen.
Be seated.
Thank you.
Gee, what are you people,|a Pritikin order?
This stuff is terrible.|It tastes like shi--
Sisters, we shall spend|the rest of the day in silence.
- Well, why?|- Only when our lips are silent,
may our prayers|truly be answered.
Then you don't have|to eat this food.
Silence begins now...
and ends at sundown.
How can you eat this stuff?|It's terrible.
Mary Clarence,
I think you might enjoy|a ritual fast.
A ritual f-- No. No, no.|I don't think I would.
I'll just put a little salt|in it. It will be filne.
Look, I'm gonna have-- Someone|pass me the salt over there.
A fast, to remind you of those|who must endure without food.
I-- No, I don't want you|to take--
I don't want you|to take my plate.
And silence.
How can you let them grill me|in there for six hours?
I can't control how long|they're gonna question you.
- Did you go to law school, Larry?|- Yes, I went to law school, Vince.
- Did you graduate?|- Hey, I'm a lawyer.
- Of course I graduated.|- Hey, Vince.
Nice talking to you.|See you in court.
You got nothing|on me, Souther.
And if you don't stop|harassing me, I'm gonna--
What? You're gonna what?
Nothing. Nothing, Lieutenant.
What my client is trying|to say is that--
Is that he's scared.
And you know what?|He should be.
Real scared.
See you around, boys.
Something's going on.
He's so damn cocky.
Ah, he's bluffiln', Vince.|Don't worry about it.
- You filnd Deloris?|- She's gone.
We don't know where she is, and she|hasn't been back to her place all day.
He's got Deloris.
We gotta get her back.
Fax her eight-by-ten|to every contact we got.
- I can't hear this.|- Deloris Van Cartier.
A quarter of a mil,|dead or alive.
This is your cell,|Mary Clarence.
- My what?|- Your cell.
Your room.
Oh, man.
No wonder you waited till now|to spring this on me.
It's like a nightmare.
Where's the rest|of the furniture?
Our lives are simple.
We have little need|for material possessions.
This is out|of the Stone Age.
- Where's the phone?|- Who would you call?
I don't know. Satan?
Your cell is|more than adequate.
Fine. What do we do now?|Pray? What?
It's 9:00.|Pleasant dreams.
W-W-Wait. Are you telling me|we go to bed by 9:00?
If I were you, I would use this time to|think about my life and its direction.
Or lack thereof.
There's nothing wrong with my life.|You know, before I came here,
I had a career, I had friends,|I had clothing that filt.
Before I came here,|I was okay.
Oh, really?
From what I've heard,
your singing career|was almost nonexistent...
and your married lover|wants you dead.
If you're fooling anyone,|it is only yourself.
God has brought you here.
Take the hint.
Mary Clarence.
What?
Up and at 'em.|We don't want to be late.
- What time is it?|- Well, it's almost 5:00,|Sister Sleepyhead.
5:00 a.m.?|Get out of here.
I just went to bed|20 minutes ago.
- Get outta here. Scram.|- Come on. The sun is shining.|It's a beautiful day.
We are a small congregation|this morning.
Too many mornings.
Something has gone|terribly wrong.
Where is faith?|Where is celebration?
Where is everyone?
Still, rather than regret|the absence of our neighbours,
let us rejoice in the fellowship|of those present.
Our choir mistress,|Sister Mary Lazarus,
has informed me|that our choir,
while always superior,
has been toiling especially hard|on this week's selection.
Sister.
HaiI, HoIy Queen
Enthroned above
Oh, Maria
- HaiI|- HaiI, mother of mercy
And of Iove
Oh, Maria
Triumph aII ye
Cherubim
Sing with us
Ye seraphim
- Heaven on Earth|- Heaven and Earth
Resound the hymn
There was a raid on a pawnshop|in L.A. this morning.
The place was fencing|stolen property.
- They found this.|- Database hoods.
What a wonderful world, huh?
''Beloved daughter missing.|Reward of $250,000.
Please filnd|our daughter, Angel.
We miss her so.|Dead or alive.''
Vince is getting desperate.
So where did you|stash her, Eddie?
Where did I stash who?
Wha-- You're not even|gonna tell us?
I wouldn't even|tell the Pope.
I'm not gonna get this. This is|a little too complicated for me.
Don't you worry. You'll get|the hang of it. I'll help you.
Thank you.
- Are you always this cheerful?|- Am I?
- Mm-hmm.|- All right, I am. I know it.
I can't help it. I've always|been upbeat, optimistic, perky.
Even as a child,|my mother used to say,
''That girl is pure sunshine.
She'll either grow up to be|a nun or a stewardess.''
Coffee?
Enough about me.|What about you?
Yes. What convent|did you come from?
I came from the convent...
of the Sisters|of the Moonlight...
in Reno.
Oh, I love Reno.
- You do?|- Yes.
Well, you-you|would have loved us.
We were-- We were|a pioneering kind of order.
You know, we'd, uh, never wear any|kind of habit this tight, though.
This is really tight.
Oh, I must say, our habits do|cut you at the neck just a bit.
- Yeah.|- Hear, hear, hear, hear.
That's enough jabber. Vanity.
A progressive convent?|Sounds awful.
I liked my convent in Vancouver.
Out in the woods.
It wasn't all modern like some|of these newfangled convents.
We didn't have electricity.
Cold water, bare feet.|Those were nuns.
Sounds wonderful.
It was hell on Earth.|I loved it.
This place is a Hilton.
Sister Mary Clarence,|when did you get your call?
What call?
Oh, the call! The call!
I-I didn't know|which call you meant.
I was working-- I was working|in Reno, and I got the call.
And you don't know how hard|it is to get a call until|you've worked in Reno, you know.
We were just-- We-We ministered to|a lot of different kind of people:
newly-weds, hookers, gamblers.
What a joy. How fulfillling to be able to|get right in there with your hands...
and work with the people.
And Reno-- It's probably|bursting with sin.
It was. That's--|That's why I had to leave.
I mean, we had a hooker|living next door...
called Buckwheat Bertha|who would--
Sister Mary Clarence,|could I have a word with you?
- Who? Me?|- Yes, you.
Yeah. Excuse me.
Get on with your work.
- Quickly, please.|- I was just talking to 'em.
Precisely. Enough chatter. Chores.
Rescue me|Take me in your arms
Rescue me|I want your tender charm
'Cause I'm IoneIy|and I'm bIue
I need you and your Iove too|Come on and rescue me
Come on, baby|and rescue me
Come on, baby|and rescue me
'Cause I need you|by my side
Can't you see that I Iove you|Rescue me
Come on and take my heart|Take your Iove
And comfort every part|'Cause I'm IoneIy
And I'm bIue
I need you|and your Iove too
Come on and rescue me|Come on, baby
And rescue me
Come on, baby|and rescue me
'Cause I need you by my side
Can't you see that I'm IoneIy
Yeah, I need to talk|to Eddie Souther.
Yeah, it's an emergency.
- Souther.|- Eddie! Eddie! Eddie! Eddie!
- You gotta get me outta here.|- Deloris, you can't call me here.
Somebody's gonna catch on|to where you are.
But I'm going insane here.|All these people do is work|and pray, work and pray.
- That's all they do.|- Calm down!
Look, I didn't want to tell you this,|but we got some problems here.
Well, what kind of problems?|What do you mean, problems?
Keeping our witnesses alive.
I mean, we hide them,|but there's a leak in the department,
and some of them|end up dead.
- What?|-Just sit tight.
You don't seem to understand|what I'm saying.
I am in a nightmare.|This is my nightmare.
It's a nightmare, man.|Get me outta here.
I mean it. Don't call me.|It's not safe.
I'll be in touch.
Hello? Hello?
Yeah?
I-I-I brought you something.
My brother gave it to me|when I was a little girl.
I could never seem|to get up on time.
So I, um, set it for 5:00.
Out of bed,|you daisy head.
Out of bed,|you daisy head.
- It always made me laugh.|- Out of bed, you daisy head.
I thought, being away|from your convent,
that even someone like you|could get lonely.
Have a seat.
- So which one are you?|- Mary Robert.
You have a little trouble|getting up at 5:00 too, Mary Robert?
Oh, not now.
I get up a half an hour early|just to make sure.
It's-It's not just|the mornings.
It's that all my life...
everybody seems to be doing|or catching on to things...
a second faster|or better than me.
Yeah, well, everybody's|playing catch-up nowadays.
So, Mary Robert,
did you always want|to be a nun?
Mmm. I always knew that|that was my calling:
to lead a life of service.
But, you see,
I've always felt that there's|something inside me...
that I-I want to give.
Something that's only me|and nobody else.
Does that sound|like a terrible thing?
Like pride?
No. It doesn't sound like|a terrible thing at all.
I'm so happy that you've come|to join us, Mary Clarence.
Do you know how sometimes it's|as if you have to be yourself|or you'll just burst?
Yep, I do.
Good night.
Good night, Mary Robert.
Out of bed,|you daisy head.
Out of bed,|you daisy head.
- Hang on.|- Hey, hey, wait up.
- Hey.|- Making me run all this way--
Ooh, nice tattoo.
Hey, Sister.
Hey, this jukebox got anything|on it from Sound of Music?
Hey, baby|What do I have to do
-Want to dance, Sister?|-Why? You don't have any rhythm.
To make you Iove me too
- You got to roII with me, Henry|-AII right
Young man, take your foot|down off that stool.
Now, have a seat.|Have a seat.
- Baby|- RoII with me, Henry|- Henry, hoId on
- Sit down and shut up.|- Can I have a Coke, please?
- Coming up.|- Thank you so much.
RoII with me, Henry
Whoa, boy!
What are you doin' in here?
- I--|- What are you doing?|- I thought you--
What are you guys doing?
Look, you have to go.|You have to go.
- We--|- Oh, never mind. Go. Go.
Just go that way.|Just go that way.
Sister, expecting any more|of your friends?
Now, you guys want to tell me|what you're doing here?
Well, I-I thought that you might|be ministering to the winos,
the way that you did|in your convent in Reno,
and I thought I could help.
And I saw her leave, and it was|very late, and so I followed--
What are you doing here?
- I'm here to see a man|about a car. For the convent.|- Really?
- Yes.|- Did you get it?|- No, I didn't.
- I'm gonna get you outta here.|- We could really use it.
- What colour?|- Come on, come on.
Oh, a jukebox.|Oh, one song, one song.
- No, no, no, no, no, no.|- Do you have a quarter?|Oh, one song, please.
Come on. He does. All right. It'll|come back to you tenfold. Thanks.
Hurry up. Hurry up.
Oh, I love this song.
Give me, give me, give me|Give me gravy tonight
What's the matter with you?
One dance. I'll be|right back, please.
But that don't show me|that you're reaIIy mine
Once they're dancing|when they're romancing
So put me something|extra on the Iine
- Gravy|- On my mashed potatoes
- Give me|- Gravy
Come on and treat me right
- Gravy|- You're the greatest
So give me, give me, give me|Give me gravy tonight
All right.
But I want some more
There's something missing|and we're on the floor
Come on, baby|I want some gravy
A IittIe kiss|is what I'm waiting for
- Gravy|- On my mashed potatoes
Come on. Yeah, yeah, yeah.|Come on, come on, come on.
- Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.|- Good night.|- Come on!
- Go, go!|- I love this song.
We had a lovely time.|We'll be back.
- Yes, we will. Good night.|- Bless you.
You leaving?
This turns into a nuns' bar,|I'm outta here.
Yeah.
- Oh, good grief.|-Just come on. Come on.
Stop giggling. Let's go.
Quiet. Shh.
The sisters have made it clear|to me that they followed you|of their own volition.
But they would never have|ventured out at all at night...
had it not been|for your example.
But, listen, they just don't want to be|stuck behind these walls all the time.
These walls are the only|protection they have.
The streets are no longer safe for them,|and they are certainly not safe for you.
These robes no longer protect|our sisters. The walls do.
I'm sorry.
You really do care|about them, don't you?
Yes, I do.
And I care about you|and your life.
I shall ask Monsignor O'Hara|and Lieutenant Souther...
to filnd a safer and more|suitable situation for you.
Oh, no. Come on.|Don't send me away. Really.
I mean, I'm just starting|to get the hang of this.
I mean, look, I'm not gonna endanger|anyone or anything else.
I swear. What about forgiveness?|Isn't that what you preach?
There's got to be something|around here that I can do...
that's not gonna chip my nails|or annoy anybody.
You're right, Mary Clarence.
To err is human,|to forgive divine.
You may stay.
But I shall restrict your|activities to a single task.
What's that?
Singing.|You will join the choir.
Choir? No.
You will sleep|and you will sing.
That will be your task|until you leave.
No. Uh, the choir?
I mean, h-h-have you|heard them?
The choir, Mary Clarence.
Is this the choir rehearsal?
It sure is.|Come on in, sing a spell.
- Soprano or alto?|- Whatever.
Thanks.
- Hi, Sister.|- Hello, Sister.
- Hello, Sister.|- 2 1 4.
Crown Him with many crowns
The Lamb upon His throne
-AII kingdoms|-AII kingdoms of the--
Mary Clarence,|are you with us?
I don't know this one.|I-- I better--
I better sit this one out.|Excuse me.
Reverend Mother says Mary Clarence|has a background in music.
Really, Mary Clarence?|Were you a choir mistress?
- Sort of freelance.|- Freelance? Really?
Oh. You don't think I see?
You think|I took vows yesterday?
I know what you're up to.
You and Reverend Mother.
Uh, what?
You're a ringer.
She brought you here|to replace me.
Out with the old.
Oh, could you help us,|Mary Clarence?
Mary Lazarus,|you're terrifilc,
but we could|really use some help.
- Please. You've heard us.|- We're terrible.
Please, do something for us.
- Please.|- Well, there's a word for this.
Mutiny.
So, Mary Clarence,|you think you can do better?
I believe|I'd like to see that.
Go ahead, Sister.|Make 'em sing.
Okay.
Okay.
Where are the basses?
Oh, you should|be over here.
Uh, and the altos?
Where are you?
Sister, why don't you join them?
And sopranos, where are you?
Oh, you've got|to come down this way.
All right, uh--
Basses, I-I want you|to give me a D.
Altos, I want you to do|a third above that.
Give me an F sharp.
And sopranos,|uh, give me an A.
Let me have Sister Alma|play it one time...
so we all know|what we're gonna do,
and, and we'll go|from there.
Sister, will you give me|those, uh, notes, please?
Okay? On three.
One, two, three.
Okay. Okay, okay. Okay.
Very-Very nice.
Sister, what-- Would you, would|you come over here, please?
Just slide right in here for me,|please. Right. Right here.
- Um, that's a powerful|instrument you have there.|- Thank you.
But I think it's probably|a good idea...
if we bring you down|out of the rafters.
I mean, everybody wants|to be close to God.
I'm just not sure|you can do it vocally.
Okay, so I need you|to sing...
an octave below|where you've been singing.
Okey-dokey.
And, Sister Mary Robert,
could you, could you come|stand over here, please?
Yeah, come on over.|I noticed that, uh,
you're moving your mouth,|but nothing's coming out.
So I'd like to just hear you|by yourself, if you don't mind.
Sister Alma, could you|give me an A, please?
Alma!
Check your battery.
Give me an A, please.
Okay, wait a-- Okay.
- Um, try this.|- Mm-hmm.
Close your eyes.
Visualize yourself|in a room full of people.
Lots of silverware, people|dropping stuff, talking loud,
drunks, women with,|with trays going,
''What are you gonna have?''
Your voice has to carry|over the din.
You have to get up over|all of that...
to be heard in the back|of the room, where I'm sitting,
listening, straining|to hear you.
- Okay?|- Okay.
Keep that in your mind|when we do this.
Sister.
- Sister, that's amazing.|- We call that an A with an attitude.
That's what you need. You have to|put attitude in what you sing.
You have to think about what you're|singing. It's not just quacking.
This is--|This is rejoicing.
You are singing|to the Lord.
Let's review|those notes again...
and see if we can|put it together.
Sister.
Basses. Altos. Sopranos.
On three.|One, two, three.
Oh, we did it.|We actually sang a chord.
That was exciting.|That was exciting.
Yeah, you sang a chord|for two seconds.
The next thing you have to learn how|to do is listen to each other.
That's a big key.|Big key.
You must listen to each other|if you're going to be a group.
- I knew that.|- Mary Lazarus, I--
As soon as I walked in the door,|I knew that you knew this.
Now, you're somebody who's into|hard work and discipline, aren't you?
Of course. I'm a nun.
Four Popes now.
Four? Wow.
How often do they rehearse?
Twice a week,|a couple hours.
Not enough.|I mean, listen to them.
They really need|a lot of work.
They gotta rehearse|every day.
She's good.
Well, do you think they|really could get better?
I don't know.|They're pretty raw.
Wet behind the ears.
Oh, please, let us try.
- Please.|- Please.
This is gonna be hell.
Tell me about it.
La, Ia, Ia, Ia|Ia, Ia, Ia, Ia, Ia
La, Ia, Ia, Ia|Ia, Ia, Ia, Ia, Ia
La, Ia, Ia, Ia|Ia, Ia, Ia, Ia, Ia
La, Ia, Ia, Ia|Ia, Ia, Ia, Ia, Ia
La, Ia
Welcome this Sunday morning,|oh, ye few, but faithful.
The choir, I'm told,|has elected a new director,
Sister Mary Clarence,
who will lead them|in ''Hail, Holy Queen.''
HaiI, HoIy Queen
Enthroned above
Oh, Maria
HaiI, mother of mercy
And of Iove
Oh, Maria
Triumph aII ye cherubim
Sing with us ye seraphim
Heaven and Earth
Resound the hymn
HaiI, HoIy Queen|enthroned above
Oh, Maria
HaiI, mother of mercy|and of Iove
Oh, Maria
Triumph aII ye cherubim
Sing with us ye seraphim
Heaven and Earth|resound the hymn
Hey, what do you think's|going on over there?
I don't know, man,|but it sounds good.
- Yeah.|- Let's go.
Our Iife|Our sweetness here beIow
- Oh, Maria|- Oh, Maria
Our hope in sorrow|and in woe
- Whoa, Maria|- Oh, Maria
Triumph aII ye cherubim
- Cherubim|- Sing with us ye seraphim
- Seraphim|- Heaven and Earth resound the hymn
HaIIeIujah
- HaIIeIujah|- HaIIeIujah
Our Iife|Our sweetness here beIow
Oh, Maria
Our hope in sorrow|and in woe
- Whoa, Maria|- Oh, Maria
Triumph aII ye cherubim
- Cherubim|- Sing with us ye seraphim
- Sweet seraphim|- Heaven and Earth resound the hymn
Girl groups!|Boogie-woogie on the piano!
What were you thinking?
I was thinking|more like Vegas.
You know, get some butts|in the seats.
And what next?|Popcorn? Curtain calls?
- This is not a theatre or a casino!|- Yeah, but that's the problem.
See, people like going to theatres,|and they like going to casinos.
But they don't like|coming to church. Why?
Because it's a drag.|But we could change all that.
See, we could, we could|pack this joint.
Through blasphemy?
You have corrupted|the entire choir!
- Excuse me. Excuse me.|- Oh.|- Excuse me.
How can you say that? I--
- I've worked my butt off|with these women.|- Oh.
They've given up their free time|to do this, and they're good!
I mean, Sister, we could,|we could rock this place.
Out of the question! As of|tomorrow, Mary Lazarus resumes|her leadership of the choir.
Come in!
Reverend Mother, I just|wanted to congratulate you.
I haven't enjoyed mass|this much in years.
What a marvellous programme.
Innovative. Inspiring.|You're to be commended.
I can't wait till next Sunday|when the choir performs again.
Did you see the people|walk right in from the street?
That music.|That heavenly music.
Reverend Mother,|it called to them.
It-- It did?
I must tell the Archbishop.
I'll send him a personal letter|describing your efforts,
your bold, new filght to keep|your little convent alive.
And you must also|include this.
This is something she would|never tell you herself...
because this is the kind|of woman she is.
Sisters, she wants us to go out into|the neighbourhood and meet the people.
- Oh, this woman.|- Oh, bless her.
Oh, there are so many problems out there|that we could maybe help with.
I mean, that's why|many of us became nuns.
Oh, it's really marvellous,|Reverend Mother.
- There's a lot we could do|for them besides pray, Sister.|- That's right.
You're a pioneer.
Monsignor, surely you realize|how dangerous this neighbourhood is.
And you will face|that danger head-on.
- As if I could stop you.|- You couldn't.
You have my complete support|in this matter.
Anything you can do to revitalize|this neighbourhood would be a blessing.
Don't you just love her?
Praise you, Reverend Mother.
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Love has been on my mind|for some time now
But you've been|the missing Iink
With aII that's been happening|AII this has made me think
That Iove is not for keeps
-AII I want is your Iove|-AII I need is promises
Once is never enough
- Open up your heart and Iet me in|- Look no further
Love has got me crying
- Understanding my Iove|-Just a touch
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
-Just a touch of Iove, yeah|-Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Music wiII Iight|the fires of romance
That couId be forever
You better bat down a Iover|Someone to discover
That just a touch of Iove|is aII I need
-AII I want is your Iove|- Come a IittIe cIoser
- Once is never enough|- Open up your heart and Iet me in
- Love is burning us up|- Love has got me crying
- Understanding my Iove|-Just a touch
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
-Just a touch of Iove|-Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
-Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove|- Yeah
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
- Give me your Iove, yeah|-Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove
-Just a touch of Iove|Just a touch of Iove|- eeIs so right
Yes, the failing convent at|St Katherine's has truly come alive...
thanks to the efforts|of its popular choir.
What an amazing|turnaround story.
This convent was once aIienated|from its surrounding neighbours.
- Now, as you can see, its doors|are open in an effort...|- Vinny, get over here.
- to reach out into the community,|- What?
estabIishing faciIities|Iike a day care centre...
and a food kitchen|for the homeIess.
- As a matter of fact, the enthusiasm...|- Vin, you've gotta see...
- these cute nuns.|- generated at St Katherine's|has resuIted...
- I'm shootin' pool.|- in a new sense of civic pride.
- Babe, we should send them money.|- Why aII the changes?
- WeII, the nuns I taIked to...|- They're do-gooders.
attribute this reach-out|phiIosophy to...
a new addition to the convent,|Sister Mary CIarence,
who, unfortunateIy,|is a IittIe camera shy.
I'm gonna kill her.|I'm gonna kill her myself.
In reIated news,|the Pope visits the U.S.
And we'II have more on that|in just a moment.
- Good-- Good morning.|- Good morning.
- Thank you so much.|- Good morning, Monsignor.|- Good morning.
- Good-- Good to see you.|- Good morning.|- Good morning.
Hey, hey. What--
Are you looking for me?|What are you doing here?
- How come I saw you on TV?|- That was not my fault.
These people just showed up. But it's|been really good for the convent.
You're supposed to be|hiding out. Remember?
Bullets flying|through the air at you.
- Ring a bell?|- Yes.
But I can't talk about it now because|I have a show in filve minutes.
Listen to yourself. This is|not a career opportunity.
You don't have to tell me that.|This would not be the place|to begin a career.
Hey, just promise me I won't see|you on the Letterman show, okay?
Okay.
Hey, I'm worried about you.
I don't want to see|anything happen to you.
Okay. You gonna|come to the show?
Yeah, I'd love to.
This Sunday's hymn is inspired|by the lesson of Mary Magdalene.
Now, Mary Magdalene was|a young lady with a past.
Oh, yes.
And she was|no stranger to sin.
She was no stranger|to practically anybody.
Many condemned her.
The whole neighbourhood, in fact.
But one man|refused to do so.
One man said, ''Hey, now,|hold on. Wait a minute.''
Listen to the girl's story.
- Hail, girls.|- Hail, Mary. What's up?
Well,Jerusalem's become|a real drag. Everybody hates me.
Uh-uh. Not that guy over there.
Who? Him? They all|say he's different.
They say he's really weird.
We don't care what people say.|To us, he's always there.
Really?
Nothing you couId say|couId tear me away from my God
My God
Nothing you couId do|'cause I'm stuck Iike gIue
- To my God|- My God|- My God
I'm sticking to my God|Iike a stamp to a Ietter
Like birds of a feather|we stick together
I'm teIIing you|from the start
I can't be torn apart|from my God
Nothing you couId do|couId make me untrue
- To my God|- My God
Nothing you couId buy|couId make me teII a Iie
- To my God|- My God|- My God
I gave my God|my word of honour
- To be faithfuI|-And I'm gonna
- You best be beIieving|- I won't be deceiving my God
As a matter of opinion|I think He's tops
- My opinion is|He's the cream of the crop|- Cream of the crop
-As a matter of taste|- To be exact
- He's my ideaI|-As a matter of fact
No muscIe-bound man|couId take my hand
rom my God
My God
No handsome face|couId ever take the pIace
- Of my God|- My God|- My God
He may not be|a movie star
- But when it comes to being happy|- We are
There's not a man today
Who couId take me away|from my God
Let's take it home, ladies.
There's not a man today
Who couId take me away|from my God
Give them some of that|deep-shoulder action.
There's not a man today
Who couId take me away|from my God
I think Sister Mary Patrick|was the best.
- You were wonderful.|- I wasn't very good.
- You were fabulous.|- You were very good too.|- Ladies.
- I think--|- Ladies, you were fantastic.
- Sisters, you did good.|- Fantastic.|- Oh, I'm so excited.
I can't wait till Sunday|when we sing.
- I'd rather sing than do anything.|- It's better than ice cream.
- It's better than springtime.|- It's better than sex.
-Oh?|-No, no, I-I've heard, you know.
Sisters, you're truly|an inspiration.
And I've asked you here because|I bear remarkable news.
Now try to remain calm.
What I'm about to say is|nothing short of a miracle.
Well, I didn't believe it|myself at filrst.
Monsignor, for goodness sake,|what is it?
Oh, I'm sorry, Sister. It's just|that it's so momentous, I'm|still adjusting to the shock.
The Pope--|the Pope himself--
has heard of our choir|here at St Katherine's.
And when he visits|San Francisco next weekend,
despite his inordinately|busy schedule,
he's requested a special concert|here on Sunday night.
No. No.
Oh, I'm dying. I'm dying.
Oh, Sisters. Oh, Sisters,|this is indeed glorious news.
Oh, Monsignor, we're-we're|both humbled and honoured.
And on such a supremely|solemn occasion,
I do feel a traditional|programme would be best.
You mean ''traditional''|like the old way?
We're speaking of His Holiness,|Mary Clarence,
not a neighbourhood block party.
The pontiff commands|the utmost respect and humility.
Your more secular entertainments|would be totally out of place.
But-But, Reverend Mother,|everyone loves our new style.
It's brought people|back to the church.
And that's why he's coming.|I mean, because we're doing|something new and different.
Well, I feel this can be|settled by a simple vote.
- A vote?|- Of course, Mary Clarence.
A convent|is not a police state.
I'm-- I'm sure the sisters|are more than capable...
of reaching a mature|and dignifiled consensus.
Right. Now, all those in favour|of performing a programme...
of time-honoured sacred music,
a truly spiritual repertoire,
raise your hands.
All those in favour|of allowing Mary Clarence...
to select a more worldly programme,|however inappropriate,
raise your hands.
The majority has spoken.
Reverend Mother, as always,|you're a true leader--
gracious and understanding.
Oh, it's gonna be wonderful,|Reverend Mother. You'll see.
I'm sure the presentation|will be a great success.
Congratulations,|Mary Clarence.
And congratulations|to you all.
His Holiness. Now,|we've got to get busy.
Come in.
- You sent for me?|- You have a phone call.
From who?
Lieutenant Souther.
Oh.
Hello?
Hey, Deloris. Great news.
I pulled some strings. The judge|agreed to move up their trial.
We'll be in court|in a couple days.
Really? That soon?
Forty-eight hours,|you're a free woman.
Oh, gee, it's great.
Yeah, well, that's--|That's great.
Hey, well, don't thank me|or anything.
No, rea-- No, I--|It is. No, thank you.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.|It's-- Thank you.
Yeah.
All right. Bye.
Well, seems like your prayers|have been answered.
Uh, I'm gonna be outta here|in a week. I'm leaving.
- You're leaving?|- Yeah.
- That makes two of us.|- What do you mean?
I have submitted my resignation|to Monsignor O'Hara, privately.
I've asked to be relocated|as soon as possible.
But why?
I must go where|I can be of use.
But there's--
There's still so much|to be done here.
Look, if it's about me,|I-I-I'm gonna be gone.
Indeed.
And after how long,|a few weeks?
I have been here for years.|Well, too long, I suppose.
I've become somewhat obsolete.
But you don't have|to continue being obsolete.
Look, everything that's happening here|is-is-is a good thing.
Sister, you can still be|part of it.
A part of what?
You know, Mary Clarence, it is|one thing to rabble rouse,
to sweep into town|and declare a holiday.
You've raised|the sisters' expectations.
You've-- You've excited|and confused them.
They imagine this neighbourhood|to be some sort of delightful|ongoing bake sale.
Now, you and I know|things are not so simple.
There'll be disappointments|and rude shocks.
And you will have vanished.
How fortunate.
Look, I just got things going.
You are a formidable woman.|You could keep this going.
Could I?
Even if I wanted to, no.
I fear I am a relic.
And I have misplaced|my tambourine.
- Good day, Mary Clarence.|- But, Sister, I--
Good day.
Good day.
- Don't peek.|- How can I peek?|- You can look to the right.
- That's right, don't peek.|- Where can I look?
- You ready?|- You've got my eyes--|- Ta-da!
Crazy women.|What have you done?
- What is this?|- It's ice cream.
- I know that, but--|- Well, it's a great big...
cuddly bear hug of a thank-you|from us to you.
- Not thank you to me, thank you to you.|- No, you.
I mean--|When did you do this?
This is a sin.|It's a wicked indulgence.
Didn't they have|any butter pecan?
- I hope Reverend Mother|doesn't catch us.|- Yeah, let's keep it down.
Is there any syrup?
Mary Clarence,|this morning in prayers,
I thanked God|for bringing you to us.
Since you've come,|everything has just happened.
Our choir is famous, for one.
We could cut a demo.
I could learn guitar.
Yeah, anything is possible.|God works in mysterious ways.
- That's true.|- You know, uh, anything could happen.
I mean, any one of us|could be transferred out|of here at any given time.
Are you leaving us?
No. Come on, no.
What are you talking about? No,|we're always gonna be together.
That's what Diana Ross said.
Oh, well. Listen, that was|a trio. We're a quartet.
- Listen. You know, it's true.|- I know that.
- I believe in things like that.|- Okay--
Just missed him.|Souther just stepped out.
I need his signature|on some things.
Uh, this stuff can't be|processed without him.
Just leave it here, Henry.|Uh, I'll make sure he signs it|when he comes in.
Here.
We found her.
Beautiful work.
What's the address?
It's Church Street at 29th|in San rancisco.
Thought you were gone.
Get all the way|to the car, no keys.
Tate said to leave|the money vouchers with him.
He said you'd sign them later.
St Katherine's.
- Here's our leak, boys.|- Come on.
Plug him up!
- Get him outta here.|- Let's go, Tate.
The Pope. Tomorrow.
Oh, my gosh,|I'll be so nervous.
What if I forget the words?
You're gonna go|straight to hell.
- I'm kidding.|- Uh--|- I'm kidding. I'm sorry.
Come on, Sisters.|Rehearsal in filve minutes.
- Go to rehearsal. I'll|be there in a minute.|- Come on.|- Right.
Get in.
One, two, three and slide.|One, two, three and slide.
One, two, three and slide.|Sister, take over now.
One, two, three, together.|One, two, three, together.
One, two, three, together.|Left. Right.
- Oh, come in.|- Where's Deloris?
- Why? Is something wrong?|- They know she's here.
- Girls--|- Oh, my goodness. She's|upstairs with the choir.
- Deloris.|- Hi.
Look, Vince knows you're here.|We gotta get out now.
Oh, but I can't go. We're-We're|singing for the Pope tomorrow.
Listen, you're gonna be singing|for St Peter if you don't get|your ass outta here now.
But I-- Oh--
I-I-I can't do this.|I can't leave.
It's-It's-- It's like|I'm deserting them.
Hey, I think|they'll understand.
No, you don't understand.|They need me.
They need you?|A bunch of nuns?
What for? Moral guidance?
What? Make-up tips?
Let me tell you something.|We are talking about the Pope.
This means a great deal to them,|and they have worked very hard|for this, and they deserve it.
Where you going?|Where are you going?
I am going to the little|nun's room, nosy.
There you are.|We've been looking for you.
- Shh, shh, shh.|- Re-Rehearsal's about to start.|- Okay, okay, okay. Let's go.
- Surprise.|- Guess who?
- Rehearsal's this way, Sisters.|- Hey, Deloris.
- Hi.|- Come on.|- All right, all right.
What do they want?|Who are they?
Reno scum. Come on, man!
- Come on, come on! Let's go!|- All right, all right!
Where are we going?
Sister here has got|a special command performance.
Yeah, back|at the Moonlight Lounge.
Look, why don't you just|let her go, you know?
She doesn't have|anything to do with this.
Oh, yeah, yeah, sure. So she can|run right to the cops, huh?
Look, you just go|with the flow, okay?
Relax. You do what|I tell you to do.
- Go!|- Oh! Oh!
- She's gettin' away.|- You don't even have|to worry about her, okay?
- You got the one you came for.|- She's right. Let's go.
You all right?|It's okay, I'm a cop.
They've got Sister Mary|Clarence, and they've got guns.
- Where are they taking her?|- Um, they said the Moonlight Lounge.
-Come on, get out of the street.|-Okay.
- You mean they kidnapped her?|- Yes.
Two men, and they had guns.
Why would anyone kidnap a nun?
Were they Catholics?
She isn't a nun.
She's a lounge singer. Her real|name is Deloris Van Cartier.
She witnessed a vicious crime|and has been hiding in our convent.
- She isn't a nun?|- She-She lied to us?
But she was such|a wonderful nun.
Look what she did with the choir.|She made us sing beautifully.
- That should have tipped us.|- Well, I don't care who she is.|We can't sing without her.
- She's our inspiration.|- Right.
Reverend Mother, please, I know|that you and Mary Clarence...
didn't always agree,|but we've got to help her.
- Please.|- We've gotta save her.
- We can't leave it up to the Feds.|- No, they'll--
Calm down, calm down.
Mary Robert, think clearly.
Have you any idea|who these two men where?
Yes. They were from Reno, and they're|taking her to the Moonlight Lounge.
Reno? Nevada.
- Mary Emmanuel, tell|the Monsignor the situation.|- Yes, Mother.
- The rest of you, follow me.|- Yes, Mother.
It's 1 ,500 for the run to Reno.
That's 500 less|than I normally charge.
But-But we don't have $ 1 ,500.
Well, then I can't fly you|there. I'm sorry.
Look, I-I'm sorry. I-I-I've got|things I have to check out here.
Father, do not blame this young pilot|for abandoning us in our hour of need.
When he stands before You|on the day of judgment,
do not send him|straight to hell.
Please, please, do not treat him with|the same disregard that he's treated us.
Just because he can't|show charity to nuns,
try not to leave him without|rewards when he asks for them.
We know it is easier to answer|the prayers of a man...
who has answered|the prayers of others,
but if he should|come to You...
- for relief of pain or--|- Such as rheumatoid arthritis,
loss of hair, neck polyps.
Don't leave him bald|and yowling in despair.
Watch over him as he refuses|to watch over us.
And if You cannot, we know that|You will have done Your level best.
-What goes around, comes around.|-Look, Sisters, Sisters--
Hold on a second.
What did you think you were doing,|running to the cops, Deloris?
Hiding out?|Big no-no, babe.
Bet you're sorry now.
I'm sorry|for all my sins, Vince,
and I'm sorry for yours.
I loved you, Deloris.
I gave you everything:
my affection, my time,|a big-time career.
And how do you repay me?|What's the thanks I get?
Where's the loyalty?
You shouldn't have|done that to me, babe.
You'll be judged.|We all will.
I don't get judged.
Vince, she's been acting weird|since we picked her up.
It's like, uh,|she's scared of nothin'.
She's scared.
Tell the boys|how scared you are.
I forgive you, Vince.
Waste her.
It's beautiful.
And what a lovely name: Reno.
And Gomorrah.
No, she was this doll. She used|to wear this basket of fruit|on her head and go--
Excuse me, Vince.
- Yeah?|- We didn't do it.
- It's done?|- Uh, not totally.
- What's the problem?|- Well, Vince, we can't waste a nun.
What are you nuts|talking about?
It's Deloris,|in a costume.
Well, Vince, now how do you know|she didn't join up...
and become a real nun|when she was there?
Things like this happen.
Because I know this woman,|in the biblical sense,
and she ain't no nun.
Now I don't want|to hear any more of this.
Go in there and do it.
Just don't come back|till it's over.
- Okay.|- It's done.
Okay, we go|one, two, three, shoot.
Wait. We don't go|one, two and shoot on three?
Get over there.
One, two, three.
- You didn't shoot.|- Neither did you.
I filgured if, uh, you did,|I wouldn't have to.
That's what I filgured.
Sisters, come on!
Deloris, we got it|all worked out.
- Hmm.|- Strip.
What?
Come on, come on.|Take off the, uh, nun thing.
Yeah, yeah.|The nun thing.
What is she doing?
Oh, my God.|She's praying.
Lord, I want you to forgive|Willy and Joey...
because they know not|what they do.
They're only doing what|Vince told them to do...
because Vince is too chicken|to do it himself.
So he's called upon these two men|to take care of his business.
So I want you|to forgive them, Lord.
Espectum, espertum,
cacoomb, tutu, eplubium.
- Amen.|- Amen.|- Amen.
Ooh.
Hey! Get out of my way!
- Hey!|- Ow!
You all right?|You all right?
- Go-Go filnd Vince.|- Right.
Wait, wait, wait!|Oh, my goodness!
There it is!|The Moonlight Lounge! That's it!
Brace yourself, Sisters.
Just spread out|and look for Mary Clarence.
- Now, j-- Try to blend in.|- Done.
- Over here.|- Come with me, guys.
Over this way.
Hi. Excuse me.|Sorry.
Has anyone seen a nun?|A Carmelite nun?
- No? Sure? Okay, thanks.|- Wait. No, no, no, no, no.
She's not really a nun.|See, she's just posing as a nun.
It came as a great|shock to us.
Excuse me. Excuse me.|I'm sorry. Excuse me. Excuse me.
- Place your bets.|- Red 23.
- You're sure?|- Mm-hmm.|- How do you know?
- Red 23.|- Well, us too.|- Here.
- Works for me.|- I'm on it.|- I'm in. I'm in.|- All of it.
Red 1 4.
I was just trying|to teach you all a lesson.
Oh! Excuse me!
Place your bets.|Place your bets.
Ah!
Sister Mary Ignatius!
Follow me.
Block off the street, but don't|move in until I tell you.
Okay.
Nine! Pay the fileld. Nine.
Pay the fileld.
- Add the point--|- Come on. Stay with the others.
- What are you doing here?|- Well, we're saving you. Move!
- Move!|- Mary Clarence, you're safe.|- What in the--
Come on! Move! Move!
- Break! Now! Break!|- Oh.|- Hey, nuns.
-Joey!|- Vinny, Vinny, there's|a thousand nuns here!
- What do we do?|- You go to the left.
- You go to the right.|I'm gonna go down the middle.|- All right.
Place your bets.|Place your bets.
Five black. Five.
Hey, babe.
Yes, sweetheart?
No more bets. No more bets.|Fifteen black.
- Seal off the exits|and get ready to move in.|- Roger.
There's another way out.|Let's go. Come.
Excuse us.
Come on. Out.
- Move in now.|- Yes, sir.
- Hey, uh, I can't see a thing.|- Willy, hit the lights.
Freeze!
Everybody!
Joey.
- Wh-Wh-Where is she?|- I'm right here.
I'm here.
Leave them alone. They don't|have anything to do with it.
Just-- I'm here.
Calm down.
Joey, do it.
I can't, Vince.
She's still a nun.
She's a broad.
You got it?|Just a broad.
I guarantee you|she is no broad.
She is Sister Mary Clarence|of St Katherine's Convent.
She's a model of generosity,|virtue and love.
You have my word for it,|gentlemen. She is a nun.
You hear that?
Now, aren't you glad|we didn't shoot her?
- Don't shoot!|- Drop it.|- Okay, okay, okay.|- Right there! Let's go!
-The gun's down, the gun's down.|-Drop your weapon!|-All right, drop it!|-Okay.
- Lay it down right there!|- You all right?|- Turn around.
You okay? Oh, God.
- I'm shot! Watch the arm!|- Are you okay?
- Take it easy on me.|- Come on.|- Sorry.
-Things got kind of out of hand.|-Oh, just ''kind of out of hand''?
Boy, am I glad you're a much better|shot than you are a protector.
But thank you.
- All right, come on.|- I was good to you!
- All right.|- We had a great thing!|You sang in the hotel!
- Come on.|- Badly!
- In there.|- How could you betray me like this?
- You are nothing!|- Get him out of here.|- Right, Lieutenant.
-I got two words for you, Vince.|-Mary Clarence.
Bless you.
-Just go.|- Come on.
- Oh! Hey!|- We got another--
I hold you responsible|for all of this.
For introducing a lounge act|into my convent.
For utterly disrupting our lives...
and exposing us all|to mortal danger.
Thank you.
No, no, thank you.
Thank you all.
I'm really|gonna miss you guys.
We thought you were|a nun, Deloris.
- Yeah.|- Van Cartier.
Sisters, we have|a concert to do.
I thought you were leaving.
We can't both of us leave.
I wiII foIIow Him
oIIow Him wherever
He may go
And near Him|I aIways wiII be
or nothing|can keep me away
He is my destiny
I wiII foIIow Him
Ever since|He touched my heart
I knew
There isn't an ocean too deep
A mountain so high|it can keep
Keep me away
Away from
His
Love
I Iove Him, I Iove Him|I Iove Him
And where He goes I'II foIIow|I'II foIIow, I'II foIIow
I wiII foIIow Him
oIIow Him|wherever He may go
There isn't an ocean too deep
A mountain so high|it can keep
Keep me away
- We wiII foIIow Him|- oIIow Him
oIIow Him wherever|He may go
- There isn't an ocean too deep|- Too deep
A mountain so high|it can keep
Keep us away
Away from His Iove
- Oh, oh, yeah|- I Iove Him
Oh, yes, I Iove Him
- I'II foIIow|- I'm gonna foIIow
- True Iove|- He'II aIways be my true Iove
- orever|- rom now untiI forever
- I Iove Him|I Iove Him, I Iove Him|- Oh, yes, I Iove Him
And where He goes I'II foIIow|I'II foIIow, I'II foIIow
- I'II foIIow, yeah|- He'II aIways be my true Iove|- Oh, yeah
- There isn't an ocean too deep|-An ocean
A mountain so high|it can keep
- Nothing can keep me away|- Keep us away
Away from His Iove
- You know, you make me wanna|- Shout
- Kick my heeIs up and|- Shout
- Throw my hands up and|- Shout
- Throw my head back and|- Shout|- Come on, now
Don't forget to say you wiII
Don't forget to say
- Say you wiII|- Say it right now, baby
Say you wiII
- Say that you Iove me|- Say|- Say that you need me
- Say|- Say that you want me
- Say|- You want to pIease me
- Come on, now|- Say|- Come on, now
- Say|- Come on, now|- Say
I stiII remember
When I used to be|nine years oId
Hey, yeah, and I was|a fooI for you
rom the bottom of my souI|Yeah, yeah
And now that I found you
I wiII never Iet you go|No, no
And if you ever Ieave me
You know it's gonna hurt me so
- I want you to know|- I wanna know
- I said, I want you to know right now|- I wanna know
You been good to me, Sisters
Much better than|I been to myseIf
So good, so good|And if you ever Ieave me
- I want nobody eIse|- Nobody eIse
- I said, I want you to know|- I wanna know
I said, I want you|to know right now
- You know, you make me wanna|- Shout
- Kick my heeIs up and|- Shout
- Throw my hands up and|- Shout
- Throw my head back and|- Shout
- Come on, now|- Shout
- Come on, now|- Shout
- Come on, now|- Shout
Come on, now|PIay it, Sister AIma, yeah
-A IittIe bit softer now|- Shout
-A IittIe bit softer now|- Shout
- Very quiet, girIs|- Shout
- LittIe bit softer|- Shout
-A IittIe bit Iouder now|- Shout
-A IittIe bit Iouder now|- Shout
- Higher|- Shout
-AII right now, come on, basses|- Higher
I want you to do it
Come on, now
Come on, now
Come on, girIs, yes
Hey, here I come
Shout, shout, shout|You make me wanna
Shout, shout, shout|Hey, girIs
- You know, you make me wanna|- Shout|- Sing it, Mary Robert
- Kick my heeIs up and|- Shout
- Throw my hands up and|- Shout
- Throw my head back and|- Shout
- Come on, now|- Don't forget to say you wiII
- Come on, come on|- Don't forget to say
- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah|- Yeah
- Say you wiII|- Say it back now, baby
- Say you wiII|- Come on, come on
- Say you wiII|- Say that you wiII
Say you wiII
Now, wait a minute
- Who was that|- You know, you make me wanna shout
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Simpsons The 05x08 - Boy Scoutz N The Hood
Simpsons The 05x09 - The Last-Temptation Of Homer
Simpsons The 05x10 - $pringfield
Simpsons The 05x11 - Homer The Vigilante
Simpsons The 05x12 - Bart Gets Famous
Simpsons The 05x13 - Homer And Apu
Simpsons The 05x14 - Lisa Vs Malibu Stacy
Simpsons The 05x15 - Deep Space Homer
Simpsons The 05x16 - Homer Loves Flanders
Simpsons The 05x17 - Bart Gets An Elephant
Simpsons The 05x18 - Burns Heir
Simpsons The 05x19 - Sweet Seymour Skinners Baadasssss Song
Simpsons The 05x20 - The Boy Who Knew Too Much
Simpsons The 05x21 - Lady Bouviers Lover
Simpsons The 05x22 - Secrets Of A Successful Marriage
Sin 2003
Sin noticias de Dios
Sinbad - Legend Of The Seven Seas
Since Otar Left 2003
Since You Went Away CD1
Since You Went Away CD2
Sinful Nuns of Saint Valentine
Singin in the Rain
Singing Detective The
Singles (2003) CD1
Singles (2003) CD2
Sink The Bismarck
Sinnui yauman
Sinnui yauman II
Sirens 1994
Sirocco 1951
Sissi 1955
Sister Act
Sister Act 2 - Back in the Habit CD1
Sister Act 2 - Back in the Habit CD2
Six Days Seven Nights
Six Degrees of Separation (1993)
Six Feet Under
Six String Samurai
Six Strong Guys (2004)
Sixteen Candles CD1
Sixteen Candles CD2
Sixth Sense The
Skammen (Shame Bergman 1968)
Skazka o tsare Saltane
Skulls The
Skulls The (Collectors Edition)
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
Slap Shot
Slap Shot 2
Slaughterhouse Five
Sleeper
Sleeper 1973
Sleepers (1996) CD1
Sleepers (1996) CD2
Sleepless in Seattle
Sleepover
Sleepwalkers 1992
Sleepy Hollow 1999
Sleuth (Mankiewicz 1972) CD1
Sleuth (Mankiewicz 1972) CD2
Sliding Doors 1992
Sling Blade CD1
Sling Blade CD2
Small Change (FranÇois Truffaut 1976)
Small Time Crooks 2000
Smell of Fear The
Smokey and the Bandit
Smoking Room
Snake Of June A (2002)
Snake Pit The
Snatch
Snatch - Special Edition
Sneakers 1992
Sniper 2
Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs 1937
Snowboarder
Snowfever (2004)
So Close 2002
Soapdish
Sobibor 14 Octobre 1943
Socrate
Sol Goode
Solaris (Solyaris)
Solaris (Tarkovsky) CD1
Solaris (Tarkovsky) CD2
Solaris - Criterion Collection
Solaris 2002
Solaris 2002 - Behind the Planet
Solaris 2002 Inside
Soldaat Van Oranje 1977 CD1
Soldaat Van Oranje 1977 CD2
Soldier CD1
Soldier CD2
Soldiers Story A (Norman Jewison 1984)
Solomon and Sheba CD1
Solomon and Sheba CD2
Sombre 25fps 1998
Some Kind of Monster CD1
Some Kind of Monster CD2
Someone Special
Something The Lord Made CD1
Something The Lord Made CD2
Somethings Gotta Give CD1
Somethings Gotta Give CD2
Son In Law
Son The
Sonatine
Song of the South
Sophies Choice
Sorority boys
Sorum
Sose me
Soul Guardians The (1998) CD1
Soul Guardians The (1998) CD2
Soul Keeper The (2003)
Soul Plane
Soul Survivors
Sound of Music The
South Park - Bigger Longer and Uncut
South Park 01x01 - Cartman Gets An Anal Probe
South Park 01x02 - Weight Gain 4000
South Park 01x03 - Volcano
South Park 01x04 - Big Gay Als Big Gay Boatride
South Park 01x05 - An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig
South Park 01x06 - Death
South Park 01x07 - Pinkeye
South Park 01x08 - Jesus VS Satan
South Park 01x09 - Starvin Marvin
South Park 01x10 - Mr Hankey the Christmas Poo
South Park 01x11 - Toms Rhinoplasty
South Park 01x12 - Mecha Striesand
South Park 01x13 - Cartmans Mom is a Dirty Slut
Soylent Green 1973
Spacehunter 1983
Spanish Prisoner The CD1
Spanish Prisoner The CD2
Spark the Lighter
Spartacus 2004 CD1
Spartacus 2004 CD2
Spartacus Fixed 1960
Spartan 2004 CD1
Spartan 2004 CD2
Spawn (1997)
Spawn (Directors Cut)
Species 3 CD1
Species 3 CD2
Speed 2 - Cruise Control
Spellbound (Hitchcock 1945)
Spetters 1980
Spider-Man CD1
Spider-Man CD2
Spider (2002)
Spider Man 2 CD1
Spider Man 2 CD2
Spies Like Us 1985
Spirit of the Beehive
Spirited Away CD1
Spirited Away CD2
Spirits of the Dead 1968 CD1
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Splash
Spoilers The
Spongebob Squarepants The Movie
Springtime In A Small Town
Spun (Unrated Version)
Spy Game
Spy Hard
Spy Who Came In from the Cold The
Spy Who Loved Me The
Spy Who Shagged Me The - New Line Platinum Series
Spygirl CD1
Spygirl CD2
Square Peg
Squirm
St Johns Wort - (Otogiriso) 25fps 2001
Stage Beauty 2004
Stage Fright 1950
Stagecoach
Stalag 17
Stalker 1979 CD1
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Star Trek Generations CD1
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Star Wars - Episode II Attack of the Clones
Star Wars - Episode IV A New Hope
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Star Wars Episode 5 (Empire Strikes Back) CD1
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Star Wars Episode 6 (Return of the Jedi) CD1
Star Wars Episode 6 (Return of the Jedi) CD2
Stargate SG1 1x01 Children of the Gods
Stargate SG1 1x02 The enemy Within
Stargate SG1 1x03 Emancipation
Stargate SG1 1x04 The Broca Divide
Stargate SG1 1x05 The First Commandment
Stargate SG1 1x06 Cold Lazarus
Stargate SG1 1x07 The Nox
Stargate SG1 1x08 Brief Candle
Stargate SG1 1x09 Thors Hammer
Stargate SG1 1x10 The Torment of Tantalus
Stargate SG1 1x11 Bloodlines
Stargate SG1 1x12 Fire and Water
Stargate SG1 1x13 Hathor
Stargate SG1 1x14 Singularity
Stargate SG1 1x15 The Cor AI
Stargate SG1 1x16 Enigma
Stargate SG1 1x17 Solitudes
Stargate SG1 1x18 Tin Man
Stargate SG1 1x19 There but for the Grace of God
Stargate SG1 1x20 Politics
Stargate SG1 1x21 Within the Serpents Grasp
Stargate SG1 2x01 The serpents lair
Stargate SG1 2x02 In the line of duty
Stargate SG1 2x03 Prisoners
Stargate SG1 2x04 The gamekeeper
Stargate SG1 2x05 Need
Stargate SG1 2x06 Thors chariot
Stargate SG1 2x07 Message in a bottle
Stargate SG1 2x08 Family
Stargate SG1 2x09 Secrets
Stargate SG1 2x10 Bane
Stargate SG1 2x11 The tokra part 1
Stargate SG1 2x12 The tokra part 2
Stargate SG1 2x13 Spirits
Stargate SG1 2x14 Touchstone
Stargate SG1 2x15 The fifth race
Stargate SG1 2x16 A matter of time
Stargate SG1 2x17 Holiday
Stargate SG1 2x18 Serpents song
Stargate SG1 2x19 One false step
Stargate SG1 2x20 Show and tell
Stargate SG1 2x21 1969
Stargate SG1 3x01 Into The Fire II
Stargate SG1 3x02 Seth
Stargate SG1 3x03 Fair Game
Stargate SG1 3x04 Legacy
Stargate SG1 3x05 Learning Curve
Stargate SG1 3x06 Point Of View
Stargate SG1 3x07 Deadman Switch
Stargate SG1 3x08 Demons
Stargate SG1 3x09 Rules Of Engagement
Stargate SG1 3x10 Forever In A Day
Stargate SG1 3x11 Past And Present
Stargate SG1 3x12 Jolinars Memories
Stargate SG1 3x13 The Devil You Know
Stargate SG1 3x14 Foothold
Stargate SG1 3x15 Pretense
Stargate SG1 3x16 Urgo
Stargate SG1 3x17 A Hundred Days
Stargate SG1 3x18 Shades Of Grey
Stargate SG1 3x19 New Ground
Stargate SG1 3x20 Maternal Instinct
Stargate SG1 3x21 Crystal Skull
Stargate SG1 3x22 Nemesis
Stargate SG1 4x01 Small Victories
Stargate SG1 4x02 The Other Side
Stargate SG1 4x03 Upgrades
Stargate SG1 4x04 Crossroads
Stargate SG1 4x05 Divide And Conquer
Stargate SG1 4x06 Window Of Opportunity
Stargate SG1 4x07 Watergate
Stargate SG1 4x08 The First Ones
Stargate SG1 4x09 Scorched Earth
Stargate SG1 4x10 Beneath The Surface
Stargate SG1 4x11 Point Of No Return
Stargate SG1 4x12 Tangent
Stargate SG1 4x13 The Curse
Stargate SG1 4x14 The Serpents Venom
Stargate SG1 4x15 Chain Reaction
Stargate SG1 4x16 2010
Stargate SG1 4x17 Absolute Power
Stargate SG1 4x18 The Light
Stargate SG1 4x19 Prodigy
Stargate SG1 4x20 Entity
Stargate SG1 4x21 Double Jeopardy
Stargate SG1 4x22 Exodus
Stargate SG1 5x01 Enemies
Stargate SG1 5x02 Threshold
Stargate SG1 5x03 Ascension
Stargate SG1 5x04 Fifth Man
Stargate SG1 5x05 Red Sky
Stargate SG1 5x06 Rite Of Passage
Stargate SG1 5x07 Beast Of Burden
Stargate SG1 5x08 The Tomb
Stargate SG1 5x09 Between Two Fires
Stargate SG1 5x10 2001
Stargate SG1 5x11 Desperate Measures
Stargate SG1 5x12 Wormhole X-Treme
Stargate SG1 5x13 Proving Ground
Stargate SG1 5x14 48 Hours
Stargate SG1 5x15 Summit
Stargate SG1 5x16 Last Stand
Stargate SG1 5x17 Failsafe
Stargate SG1 5x18 The Warrior
Stargate SG1 5x19 Menace
Stargate SG1 5x20 The Sentinel
Stargate SG1 5x21 Meridian
Stargate SG1 5x22 Revelations
Stargate SG1 6x01 Redemption Part 1
Stargate SG1 6x02 Redemption Part 2
Stargate SG1 6x03 Descent
Stargate SG1 6x04 Frozen
Stargate SG1 6x05 Nightwalkers
Stargate SG1 6x06 Abyss
Stargate SG1 6x07 Shadow Play
Stargate SG1 6x08 The Other Guys
Stargate SG1 6x09 Allegiance
Stargate SG1 6x10 Cure
Stargate SG1 6x11 Prometheus
Stargate SG1 6x12 Unnatural Selection
Stargate SG1 6x13 Sight Unseen
Stargate SG1 6x14 Smoke n Mirrors
Stargate SG1 6x15 Paradise Lost
Stargate SG1 6x16 Metamorphosis
Stargate SG1 6x17 Disclosure
Stargate SG1 6x18 Forsaken
Stargate SG1 6x19 The Changeling
Stargate SG1 6x20 Memento
Stargate SG1 6x21 Prophecy
Stargate SG1 6x22 Full Circle
Stargate SG1 7x01 Fallen
Stargate SG1 7x02 Homecoming
Stargate SG1 7x03 Fragile Balance
Stargate SG1 7x04 Orpheus
Stargate SG1 7x05 Revisions
Stargate SG1 7x06 Lifeboat
Stargate SG1 7x07 Enemy Mine
Stargate SG1 7x08 Space Race
Stargate SG1 7x09 Avenger 2 0
Stargate SG1 7x10 Birthright
Stargate SG1 7x10 Heroes II
Stargate SG1 7x11 Evolution I
Stargate SG1 7x12 Evolution II
Stargate SG1 7x13 Grace
Stargate SG1 7x14 Fallout
Stargate SG1 7x15 Chimera
Stargate SG1 7x16 Death Knell
Stargate SG1 7x17 Heroes I
Stargate SG1 7x19 Resurrection
Stargate SG1 7x20 Inauguration
Stargate SG1 7x21-22 The Lost City I n II
Starship Troopers (Special Edition)
Starship Troopers 2
Story Of A Kiss
Strada La
Strange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
Street Of Love And Hope (Nagisa Oshima 1959)
Street of shame (Akasen chitai)
Streetcar Named Desire A
Style Wars
Suicide Regimen
Sukces 2003
Summer Tale A 2000
Sunday Lunch (2003)
Super 8 Stories
Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
Surviving the Game
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD1
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD2
Sweetest Thing The (Unrated Version)
Swept Away
Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
Sylvester and Tweety - Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Sylvester and Tweety - Tweetys SOS (1951)