Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Reception 3.1 Box office performance 3.2 Awards 3.3 Honors 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

Plot[edit] This former Boston streetcar was restored to its 1915 Boston Elevated Railway livery for scenes in the film. A newly ordained Irish Catholic priest, Stephen Fermoyle (Tom Tryon) returns home to Boston in 1917. He discovers that his parents are upset about daughter Mona (Carol Lynley) having become engaged to marry a Jewish boy, Benny Rampell (John Saxon). Mona seeks Stephen's counsel as a priest. Concerned about the young priest's ambition, the archbishop (John Huston) assigns Stephen to an out-of-the-way parish, where it is hoped he will learn humility. There he meets the humble pastor, Father Ned Halley (Burgess Meredith), observing the unpretentious way he lives his life and treats his parishioners. Father Halley is very sick with multiple sclerosis. Fermoyle learns humility from him and his housekeeper, Lalage (Jill Haworth). Stephen and his Irish Catholic family will only permit Mona to marry her Jewish fiance, Benny, if he becomes a Catholic or agrees to raise any children as Catholic. Benny does not agree and leaves to serve in World War I. Mona runs away and becomes promiscuous. She becomes pregnant out of wedlock. Stephen, his brother and Benny find Mona in agony because her pelvis is too small for a large baby. She is taken to the hospital where the doctor tells Stephen that the head of the baby must be crushed to save Mona. Stephen will not allow the doctor to do this. According to Catholic doctrine, the baby may not be killed. Mona dies giving birth to the child Regina. Stephen is transferred to Europe and made a monsignor, but is unsure how committed he is to a life in the clergy and travels to Vienna, Austria, taking a two-year sabbatical. There he meets and enters into a relationship with a young woman, Annemarie (Romy Schneider). Stephen does not violate his vows. Stephen's vocation calls him back to Rome and the church. The Vatican returns him to the United States on a mission, to assist a black priest, Father Gillis (Ossie Davis) in the American South who is opposed by the Ku Klux Klan. After successfully handling that assignment, he was consecrated as a Bishop. Father Gillis was present for the consecration. Stephen is sent back to Austria to persuade a cardinal there not to cooperate with the Nazis, with a threat of a world war looming over all. He and the cardinal ultimately must flee for their lives. After the success of the missions the Vatican sent him on, he was elevated to the College of Cardinals. On the eve of World War II, a ceremony is held in which Stephen formally becomes a cardinal, pledging to dedicate the rest of his life to his work.

Cast[edit] Tom Tryon as Stephen Fermoyle Carol Lynley as Mona Fermoyle / Regina Fermoyle Dorothy Gish as Celia Fermoyle Maggie McNamara as Florrie Fermoyle Bill Hayes as Frank Fermoyle Cameron Prud'Homme as Din Fermoyle Romy Schneider as Annemarie von Hartman Peter Weck as Kurt von Hartman Cecil Kellaway as Monsignor Monaghan Ossie Davis as Father Gillis Loring Smith as Cornelius J. Deegan John Saxon as Benny Rampell James Hickman as Father Lyons Berenice Gahm as Mrs Ramble John Huston as Cardinal Glennon Jose Duvall (as Jose Duval) as Ramon Gongaro Peter MacLean as Father Callahan Robert Morse as Bobby and His Adora-Belles Burgess Meredith as Father Ned Halley Josef Meinrad as Cardinal Innitzer Erik Frey as Seyss-Inquart Wolfgang Preiss as SS major Jill Haworth as Lalage Menton Raf Vallone as Cardinal Quarenghi Tullio Carminati as Cardinal Giacobbi

Reception[edit] Box office performance[edit] The Cardinal was the 18th highest-grossing film of the year. It grossed $11,170,588 in the United States,[1] earning $5.46 million in domestic rentals.[3] Awards[edit] The film won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Drama, marking the last time (as of 2014[update]) a film won that category without later being nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.[N 1] Preminger was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director; John Huston was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture. Huston's role as Cardinal Glennon was his official debut as an actor although he had previously played bit roles in several films including his own The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948). Other Academy Awards nominations were for Best Cinematography (Leon Shamroy), Best Art Direction (Lyle R. Wheeler and set decorator Gene Callahan), Best Costume Design (Donald Brooks), and Best Film Editing (Louis R. Loeffler).[4] ^ The only other films to have done this are East of Eden (1955) and Spartacus (1960). Honors[edit] The film is recognized by American Film Institute in these lists: 2005: AFI's 100 Years of Film Scores – Nominated[5]

See also[edit] Catholicism portal Film portal List of American films of 1963

References[edit] ^ a b Box Office Information for The Cardinal. The Numbers. Retrieved September 5, 2013. ^ The Cardinal review by Frank Miller, Turner Classic Movies ^ "Big Rental Pictures of 1964", Variety, 6 January 1965 p 39. Please note this figure is theatrical rentals accruing to distributors, not total gross. ^ The Cardinal at AllMovie ^ "AFI's 100 Years of Film Scores Nominees" (PDF). Retrieved 2016-08-06. 

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