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The Keys of the Kingdom (1944)

1 rating: 3.0
Classics and Drama movie directed by John M. Stahl

A marvelous spectacle spanning six decades and two continents, The Keys of the Kingdom is the glorious epic that introduced audiences to screen newcomer Gregory Peck.After losing his parents and his childhood sweetheart to tragedy, Francis Chisholm (Peck) … see full wiki

Director: John M. Stahl
Genre: Classics, Drama
1 review about The Keys of the Kingdom (1944)

'Keys' to Inspiration

  • Dec 11, 2008
Rating:
+3
Truly inspiring, the film's merits are mostly propelled by an early and acclaimed performance by Gregory Peck who plays a hapless Scottish priest going to China as a missionary. Facing scorn, revolution, and poverty, Fr. Francis Chisholm leads his new flock by gentle wisdom and perseverence. Overlong even with some heartwarming and important episodic developments, the film remains a substantative viewing experience. (Includes Vincent Price and a young Roddy McDowell as the boy Francis Chisholm. Also a winner of several Oscars and nominations.)

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