“Going My Way” Gets a 75th Anniversary Edition Release

With songs like “The Day After Forever,” “Swinging on a Star,” and the title track, Going My Way quickly established itself as a musical masterpiece upon its release in May of 1944. (It went on to be the year’s most successful movie, bringing in a then-astonishing $7.8 million dollars and eventually garnering Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor). Packed with charming characters and an engaging storyline, the film stars Bing Crosby as Father Charles O’Malley, an Irish Catholic priest whose progressive views are challenged within his new New York City parish. With a smile on his face and a song in his heart, can Father Chuck win over a crusty elder father and the rest of his congregation? Director Leo McCarey’s masterpiece co-starred Barry Fitzgerald, Frank McHugh, and Gene Lockhart.

In honor of the the 75th anniversary of the original theatrical release of Going My Way, Shout Factory has just released a special edition DVD and Blu-ray of the film that includes the following features:

• A Collection Of Vintage Shorts And Footage Featuring Bing Crosby
• New Audio Commentary With Pop Culture Historian Russell Dyball
• Screen Guild Theater Radio Adaptation Of Going My Way
• Re-Release Trailer
• Photo Galleries

Going My Way is now available to become a cherished part of your video library.