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Flying Padre

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Genre  Documentary, Short
Prequel  Day of the Fight
Music director  Nathaniel Shilkret
Country  United States
5.8/10 IMDb

Director  Stanley Kubrick
Initial release  1951
Sequel  The Seafarers
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Language  English
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Similar movies  Mission: Impossible III, Salt, The Conjuring, Thor, The Exorcist, The Expendables

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Flying Padre is a 1951 short subject black-and-white documentary film. It is the second film directed by Stanley Kubrick. The film is nine minutes long.

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Story

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The subject of Flying Padre is a Catholic priest in rural New Mexico, Father Fred Stadtmueller. Because his 4000-square mile parish is so large, he uses a Piper Cub airplane (named the "Spirit of St. Joseph") to travel from one isolated settlement to another. The film shows him providing spiritual guidance, saying a funeral Mass, and serving as an impromptu air ambulance by flying a sick child and his mother to hospital.

Production

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After Kubrick sold his first short film, the self-financed Day of the Fight, to RKO in 1951 for $4000 (pocketing a $100 profit), the company advanced the 23-year-old filmmaker money to make a documentary short for their Pathe Screenliner series. Flying Padre was the result.

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In an interview in 1969, Kubrick referred to Flying Padre as "silly".

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The film is narrated by CBS announcer Bob Hite.


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References

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