|Sally and Saint Anne|
|Directed by||Rudolph Maté|
|Written by||James O'Hanlon |
|Produced by||Leonard Goldstein |
|Starring||Ann Blyth |
|Edited by||Edward Curtiss|
|Music by||Frank Skinner|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|July 16, 1952|
Sally and Saint Anne is a 1952 American comedy film directed by Rudolph Maté and starring Ann Blyth, Edmund Gwenn and John McIntire.
Sally O’Moyne is a schoolgirl who lives with three generations of an eccentric Irish family, including her Grandpa Pat Ryan, who pretends to be close to death. One day at school she can’t find her lunch pail so she prays to Saint Anne, asking for her intercession. When her lunch pail is returned to her, Sally begins to believe Saint Anne is performing miracles for her, and her neighbors ask her to pray to the saint for their requests. A few years later land-grabbing Alderman McCarthy wants the O’Mayne’s off of their property, and Sally turns to Saint Anne to help them keep their house.