‘Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows’ was partially filmed at Fort Washington’s Germantown Academy in 1967

“Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows”, a 1968 comedy which was partially filmed on the campus of Germantown Academy in Fort Washington, was recently featured in an article by OtakuKart, a jack-of-all-trades reviews and entertainment site.

The article discusses the film’s premise—a group of nuns takes a group of high school girls on a cross-country trip to protest for workers’ rights—and notes that the film is based on a story written by Jane Trahey.

Courtesy of Columbia Pictures

The grounds of Germantown Academy serve as the students’ boarding school in the movie.

Other filming locations include the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, and Dorney Park.

For a 1968 featurette that’s been uploaded to Youtube, you can watch below:

For more on Germantown Academy, you can visit their Facebook page and website.