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I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951) Poster

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When the producers needed a vintage automobile for the film, they scouted in the shooting area and found Otis Mason in Westminster, South Carolina, who had restored a 1912 Overland to running condition that he had recovered from a barn. His vehicle was hired, and as no one else knew how to operate it, he appeared in the movie as the driver, with one line, "Yes, Ma'am."
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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on October 29, 1951 with Susan Hayward and William Lundigan reprising their film roles.
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Henry Fonda and Jeanne Crain were originally considered for the leading roles.
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The Corra Harris novel that the film I'd Climb the Highest Mountain was based on was A Circuit Rider's Wife.
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Local children from the Cleveland, Georgia area who appeared in the film, hold commemorative reunions.
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