Remember 'Sister Act'? That Whoopi Goldberg comedy from 1992 that spawned a not-so-decent sequel along with a Broadway production? Well, a nun in Harlem certainly does, particularly because -- according to her -- Disney stole the idea for the movie from her life. The woman in question is Delois Blakley, whose 1987 autobiography, 'The Harlem Street Nun,' focused on her life as a "young, Black, singing nun serving the street people and youths of Harlem." She's now suing the studios behind 'Sister Act,' with allegations of breach of contract, misappropriation of likeness and unjust enrichment.