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I’d Climb the Highest Mountain

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Film Synopsis:

The simple told story, based on Corra Harris’ biographical book, of a Methodist minister, called to a north-Georgia mountain-community in 1910 who, with his gently-bred new bride, meets the problems and crises of his circuit-riding congregation fearlessly and honestly.

  • Susan Hayward ~~~ Mary Elizabeth Eden Thompson
  • William Lundigan ~~~ Rev. William Asbury Thompson
  • Rory Calhoun ~~~ Jack Stark
  • Barbara Bates ~~~ Jenny Brock
  • Gene Lockhart ~~~ Jeff Brock
  • Lynn Bari ~~~ Mrs. Billywith
  • Ruth Donnelly ~~~ Glory White
  • Kathleen Lockhart ~~~ Mrs. Brock
  • Alexander Knox ~~~ Tom Salter
  • Nina G. Brown ~~~ Parishoner
  • Bobby C. Canup ~~~ Two-Headed Boy
  • Fay Fogg ~~~ Martin Twin
  • Kay Fogg ~~~ Martin Twin
  • Harvey Hester ~~~ Parishoner
  • Jean Inness ~~~ Mrs. Martha Salter
  • Edward Mundy ~~~ Parishoner
  • Arispah Palmer ~~~ Bit Role
  • Wallace Rogers ~~~ Minister
  • Dorothea Carolyn Sims ~~~ Martha Salter
  • Grady Starnes ~~~ Pike Boy
  • Myrtle Stovall ~~~ Minister’s Wife
  • Claude Stowers ~~~ Stationmaster
  • Thomas Syfan ~~~ Bud Pike
  • Frank Tweddell ~~~ Dr. Fleming, MD
  • Jerry Vandiver ~~~ George Salter
  • Caroline White ~~~ Bit Role
  • Richard Wilson ~~~ Bill Salter
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  1. Parks Lanier says
    15 April 14, 10:50am

    In “I’d Climb the Highest Mountain,” the part of Harry, the reluctant “groom” in the renewal of marriage vows scene, is played by Hoyt Edwin Bowen (1919-2011) who was a student at Piedmont College, Demorest, GA. Bowen, age 32,
    was an older student who finished his degree in English after recovering from serious injuries received in WWII. He went on to Florida State and Columbia for his doctorate. He had a distinguished teaching career at such schools as Pfeiffer in NC and Western KY U, Bowling Green, from which he retired.

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