What movie is this? (not sure if it's an actual "spaghetti" film or not

It started out with a reverend from like Virginia or Ohio finding a prostitute in a salloon who sort of befriends him right away , and ends up moving in with him to learn “a more useful” style of life with the reverend’s “houseLady helper”. Then she’s gone when he arrives at his house, to have dinner with her and his “houseLady helper”… Then he fights the salloon owner while trying to get her to come back , after that he goes to church and resigns because he failed to “turn the other cheek.” … That’s where i had to go… I tried the grit tv program schedule online but it’s listings weren’t what was actually on … And that movie-guesser website was less than worthless at figuring it out… I’d say this movie was made in like the early 60s maybe ? PLEASE HELP ME figure out the title of this movie, if you can ! :slight_smile: thanky You all for reading this post . I hope it isn’t too off topic.
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I’m really shooting from the hip here but could it be Challenge of the MacKennas perhaps?

Your description does not match Challenge Of The MacKennas so well IMO.

… only saw the beginning part of this Western… I’m not sure if it is considered spaghetti or not. Not only am I not sure, but I actually have NO CLUE ,whether it is a spaghetti film or not.
Anyway: the film starts off with, at some point near the beginning; a reverend preacher from the East somewhere (OH, VG, or WV as i recall) , is there on a Sunday , preaching in a little church. Afterwards ,He catches a slave driver beating prisoners who can barely walk from being tired, and confronts the “man” about it, and ends up getting clubbed in the head (as the evil man rode off with the prisoners)…and then rather quickly gets back up -maybe with some help from bystanders- and ends up being more or less “unharmed”. … Then some time later , He goes to the bar and finds a prostitute who he befriends -on tense political grounds- ( surrounding her current position and occupation with those who own the bar.) …
…Then after some finagling and whatnot, she agrees to move in with Him and his right hand maid /assistant lady (a rather “big-boned” lady she was , i just might add); and lead what He calls “a productive life”, and to become educated. Then the evil guy at the bar who owns it, comes back and takes her away and forges a note so the Reverend was supposed to think that she just left, that way he wouldn’t come looking for her or whatever. So He goes to the bar, and forces a confession out of Her, that it was actually THE EVIL BAR GUY, who wrote the note. Then the Reverend and the bar owner (who wrote the note), get into a violent squabble… … (TA DAAA!) ; the Reverend wins the fight; but then that very next Sunday at church, in front of the congregation, resigns of His post “behind the pulpit”; because he did not turn the other cheek when the bar owner guy punched Him, (stating that; if He is not able to follow the law of God, He should not be leading a congregation. … Then it comes to a scene of him getting ready to leave and everything, and people naturally trying to convince him to stay (cuz they all really like him) …and that’s where I had to leave  …please help meh!
PS: This film really stuck a nerve with me. I would really love to see what happens with the rest of it​:cockroach:classic simple tales. The Goody-Good, old-school Entertainment, of “yesteryear”. Viva La Lost & Found! Help me out if Ya can, PLEEEEEASE.

The film starts off with, at some point near the beginning; a reverend preacher from the East somewhere (OH, VG, or WV as i recall) , is there on a Sunday , preaching in a little church. Afterwards ,He catches a slave driver beating prisoners who can barely walk from being tired, and confronts the “man” about it, and ends up getting clubbed in the head (as the evil man rode off with the prisoners)…and then rather quickly gets back up -maybe with some help from bystanders- and ends up being more or less “unharmed”. … Then some time later , He goes to the bar and finds a prostitute who he befriends -on tense political grounds- ( surrounding her current position and occupation with those who own the bar.) …

…Then after some finagling and whatnot, she agrees to move in with Him and his right hand maid /assistant lady (a rather “big-boned” lady she was , i just might add); and lead what He calls “a productive life”, and to become educated. Then the evil guy at the bar who owns it, comes back and takes her away and forges a note so the Reverend was supposed to think that she just left, that way he wouldn’t come looking for her or whatever. So He goes to the bar, and forces a confession out of Her, that it was actually THE EVIL BAR GUY, who wrote the note. Then the Reverend and the bar owner (who wrote the note), get into a violent squabble… … (TA DAAA!) ; the Reverend wins the fight; but then that very next Sunday at church, in front of the congregation, resigns of His post “behind the pulpit”; because he did not turn the other cheek when the bar owner guy punched Him, (stating that; if He is not able to follow the law of God, He should not be leading a congregation. … Then it comes to a scene of him getting ready to leave and everything, and people naturally trying to convince him to stay (cuz they all really like him) …and that’s where I had to leave …please help meh!