I’d Climb the Highest Mountain (1951) Henry King, Susan Hayward, William Lundigan, Rory Calhoun, Biography, Drama, Romance

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In this inspiring drama, William Thompson (William Lundigan) is a minister from the deep South who has recently married Mary Elizabeth (Susan Hayward), a woman from the city. William is assigned a new parish and moves with Mary Elizabeth to a small town in Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, where he tends to the spiritual and emotional needs of his small flock. William’s faith and inner strength helps guide the town through a major epidemic, while he must also deal with the troubles of Jenny (Barbara Bates), a woman who loves roughneck Jack (Rory Calhoun) against the will of her father; and Mr. Salter (Alexander Knox), a bitter atheist who resists William’s attempts to teach him and his children the message of God’s love. I’D CLIMB THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN was adapted from the popular novel by Cora Harris.

I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951)

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Directed by: Henry King
Starring: Susan Hayward, William Lundigan, Rory Calhoun

DVDRip | MKV | 1h 27min | 712×538 | AVC @ 1800Kbps | AAC @ 160Kbps
Lang: English | Subs: None | 1.20 GB
Genre: Biography | Drama | Romance

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