- Author(s): Richard A. Blake S.J.
- When: 2013-04
- Where: Journal of Religion & Film
Leo McCarey has received little attention from film scholars. His sentimentalizing his Catholic background and his preoccupation with anti-Communism obscured the lasting value of much of his work. His concern with sin and forgiveness form a major motif of his works, from the early comedies to his later serious dramas.