The Pope Must Die Trailer

The Pope Must Die Trailer (1991)

"Our Father who art in trouble..." 21 June 1991 Comedy

A less-than-qualified and far-from-perfect priest is mistakenly named the new pope. As the pontiff, he must deal with Vatican corruption, the Mob and the reappearance of his old lover.

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Cast

Robbie Coltrane

as Albinizi

Beverly D'Angelo

as Veronica Dante

Alex Rocco

as Cardinal Rocco

Adrian Edmondson

as Father Rookie

Paul Bartel

as Monsignor Fitchie

Herbert Lom

as Vittorio Corelli

Jeff Beck

as Postman

International Titles

The Pope Must Diet Trailer

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 21 June 1991

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