Critic's Choice -- Trailer for this comedy starring Lucille Ball
A Scottish boy follows his faith to a bright career preaching in Washington, DC in A Man Called Peter (1955).
Critic's Choice -- Bob Hope and Lucille Ball play husband and wife in a humorous tale about a scathing theater critic who must review a new play... written by his wife.
Narration by Jean Peters (soon appearing as 'Catherine') on the arrival of Scot Peter Marshall (Richard Todd) in the U.S. circa 1927, several genuine Atlanta area locations along the way, early in A Man Called Peter, 1955, from Catherine Marshall's own biography of her husband.
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After one year too many on the road with a ramshackle jazz band, Lem Siddons (Fred MacMurray) decides to put down roots. He marries sweetheart Vida Downey (Vera Miles) and embarks on a lifelong roller-coaster ride as a scoutmaster to a steady stream of high-spirited youngsters. Set against lovingly recreated scenes of 1930's America, this family classic shines with warmth and humor.
A man settles down in a small town and becomes the scoutmaster.
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