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The Church's One Foundation
Music by Samuel Wesley
Words by Samuel Stone
Sung by the church choir, played on the carillon at the end, and occasionally incorporated into the score See more »
A return to a time of morals and truth. Very refreshing with March in a lesser known but very well made film. Serious in it's own way as it explores both March's calling and the family's growth, but very upbeat. Bring a Kleenex for the last scene.
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