I'd Climb the Highest Mountain

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Methodist minister William Thompson (William Lundigan) moves to a rural town in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia with his wife, Mary Elizabeth (Susan Hayward). The townspeople are skeptical about the new preacher, and Mary Elizabeth has a difficult... read more

Methodist minister William Thompson (William Lundigan) moves to a rural town in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia with his wife, Mary Elizabeth (Susan Hayward). The townspeople are skeptical about the new preacher, and Mary Elizabeth has a difficult time adjusting to life in the mountains after growing up in the city. But as William helps his congregation through difficult times, including a deadly epidemic, he proves himself to be a passionate and reliable pastor.

Original Release

02/17/1951

US Release

02/17/1951

Cast

Susan Hayward Mary Elizabeth Eden Thompson
William Lundigan Rev. William Asbury Thompson
Rory Calhoun Jack Stark
Barbara Bates Jenny Brock
Gene Lockhart Jeff Brock
Alexander Knox Tom Salter
Lynn Bari Mrs. Billywith
Ruth Donnelly Glory White
Kathleen Lockhart Mrs. Brock
Jean Inness Mrs. Salter / Mrs. Martha Salter
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Henry King

Writers

Corra Harris, Lamar Trotti, Henry King

Cast

Susan Hayward Mary Elizabeth Eden Thompson
William Lundigan Rev. William Asbury Thompson
Rory Calhoun Jack Stark
Barbara Bates Jenny Brock
Gene Lockhart Jeff Brock
Alexander Knox Tom Salter
Lynn Bari Mrs. Billywith
Ruth Donnelly Glory White
Kathleen Lockhart Mrs. Brock
Jean Inness Mrs. Salter / Mrs. Martha Salter
Frank Tweddell Dr. Fleming / Dr. Fleming, MD
Nina G. Brown Parishoner
Bobby C. Canup Two-Headed Boy
Fay Fogg Martin Twin
Kay Fogg Martin Twin
Harvey Hester Parishoner
Otis Mason Otis, the chauffeur
Edward Mundy Parishoner
Arispah Palmer Bit Role
Wallace Rogers Minister

Producers

Editors

Barbara McLean

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