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30th Jun '17 5:49:36 AM LondonKdS
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** In the very first story "The Blue Cross", Flambeau pretends to be a fellow clergyman so that he can rob Father Brown of the titular item of valuable religious regalia. Father Brown rumbles him because he [[ToStupidToLive argues for moral relativism]] during their conversation.

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** In the very first story "The Blue Cross", Flambeau pretends to be a fellow clergyman so that he can rob Father Brown of the titular item of valuable religious regalia. Father Brown rumbles him because he [[ToStupidToLive [[CriticalResearchFailure argues for moral relativism]] during their conversation.
30th Jun '17 5:49:02 AM LondonKdS
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* In the Literature/FatherBrown story "The Vampire of the Village", TheVicar of a small English village turns out to be a criminal imposter. Father Brown quickly rumbles him because [[ChurchOfSaintGenericus he doesn't know much about Church of England doctrine]] and displays characteristics of several incompatible church factions at the same time.

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* Literature/FatherBrown, either deliberately or coincidentally, has examples as BookEnds:
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In the Literature/FatherBrown very first story "The Blue Cross", Flambeau pretends to be a fellow clergyman so that he can rob Father Brown of the titular item of valuable religious regalia. Father Brown rumbles him because he [[ToStupidToLive argues for moral relativism]] during their conversation.
** In the very last
story "The Vampire of the Village", TheVicar of a small English village turns out to be a criminal imposter. Father Brown quickly rumbles him because [[ChurchOfSaintGenericus he doesn't know much about Church of England doctrine]] and displays characteristics of several incompatible church factions at the same time.
26th Jun '17 11:30:40 AM GerardM
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* In the operetta ''Les Mousquetaires au Couvent'', the two titular musketeers dresses as priests to meet their beloveds, who are pupils in the titular convent.



* In the operetta ''Les Mousquetaires au Couvent'', the two titular musketeers dresses as priests to meet their beloveds, who are pupils in the titular convent.

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* In the operetta ''Les Mousquetaires au Couvent'', the two titular musketeers dresses as priests to meet their beloveds, who are pupils in the titular convent.
26th Jun '17 11:28:06 AM GerardM
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** Another Clint Eastwood example : in ''The Enforcer'', Harry Callahan and his female partner go into a church during their investigation into a terrorist group. The female partner suddenly shoots a nun, having noticed that she was wearing bright red nail polish. Turns out she was also wearing a pump-action shotgun.




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* In the operetta ''Les Mousquetaires au Couvent'', the two titular musketeers dresses as priests to meet their beloveds, who are pupils in the titular convent.
9th Jun '17 9:32:33 AM MagiMecha
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* Oh, boy, ''Film/SpyHard''. Agent WD-40 Dick Steele makes his way into the Our Lady of the Never Had The Pickle Convent to rescue the BondGirl of the film. He ends up stealing a habit to disguise himself as a nun. HilarityEnsues.
3rd Apr '17 7:06:14 PM PaulA
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* In ''Literature/AShillingForCandles'', the con man Herbert Gotobed makes his first appearance dressed as a monk. It turns out that he is genuinely, though not sincerely, a member of a small religious order, which he joined with the intention of sweet-talking his way into a position of authority from which he could embezzle its assets.
26th Feb '17 10:26:40 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Literature/TheLeftHandOfGod'' HumphreyBogart doubles as Father O'Shea. He even get's some divine blessing for it.

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* In ''Literature/TheLeftHandOfGod'' HumphreyBogart Creator/HumphreyBogart doubles as Father O'Shea. He even get's some divine blessing for it.
22nd Jan '17 10:17:34 AM yisfidri
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* In "At Bertram's Hotel" in the ITV series ''Series/{{Marple}}'', Canon Pennyfather turns out to be a Nazi war criminal in disguise.

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* In "At Bertram's Hotel" "Literature/AtBertramsHotel" in the ITV series ''Series/{{Marple}}'', Canon Pennyfather turns out to be a Nazi war criminal in disguise.
20th Jan '17 5:14:44 PM PaulA
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* In "At Bertram's Hotel" in the ITV series of ''Literature/MissMarple'', Canon Pennyfather turns out to be a Nazi war criminal in disguise.

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* In "At Bertram's Hotel" in the ITV series of ''Literature/MissMarple'', ''Series/{{Marple}}'', Canon Pennyfather turns out to be a Nazi war criminal in disguise.
11th Jan '17 9:57:17 AM LB7979
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* ''Film/VetHard'': When freeing Koen out of prison, Bennie for some reason comes dressed as a priest into the prison. He is visibly nervous (it's unclear if this is because of the prison-escape action in general, or because the [[AxCrazy violent]] criminal SirSwearsALot Bennie has qualms about dressing as a priest) and fidgets a lot with the Christian cross on a chain he carries, which notably attracts the attention of a prison guard, who gives him a look seeming to question why a man of the Faith is treating the Christian cross so unrespectfully.
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