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I'd Climb the Highest Mountain

I'd Climb the Highest Mountain(1951)

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Cast & Crew

Henry King Director
Susan Hayward Mary Elizabeth Thompson, neé Eden
William Lundigan 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
Jean Inness Mrs. Martha Salter
Frank Tweddell Dr. Fleming
Jerry Vandiver George Salter
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  World premiere in Atlanta, GA: 6 Feb 1951; Los Angeles opening: 25 Feb 1951
Release Date:  1951 Production Date:  EB
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co:  Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
Sound:  Mono (Western Electric Recording) Production Co:  Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
Duration(mins):  87-88 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  7,874    
Duration(reels):  10    

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  • A Wonderful Movie

    Catherine 2007-03-22

    This movie contains some of Susan Hayward's best work. A transplanted city girl learns the joy and grief of living in the north Georgia mountains... MORE>