Clay Spencer is a hard-working man who loves his wife and large family. He is respected by his neighbors and always ready to give them a helping hand. Although not a churchgoer, he even helps a newly arrived local minister regain his flock after he and Clay get into a bit of trouble. If he has one dream in life it's to build his wife Olivia a beautiful house on a piece of land he inherited on Spencer's mountain. When his eldest son, Clayboy, graduates at the top of his high school class and has the opportunity to go to college, Clay has only one option left to him.
This is your place, Clayboy. Your father brought his sweetheart here and married her. Your eight red-blooded uncles fell in love on Spencer's Mountain. This is your place Clayboy, and this is your time...
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When the new house is burning in the final scenes, you can see the pipes for the fuel that ignites the fire. See more
They think they can give me a college education
Well, I vow sometimes educated people has less brains than fools
Wouldn't you want me to go?
I'd rather you go to college than anything in the whole world, but just where they think we can raise that kind of money when your father even worked overtime to get you a graduation ring, did you ever see university boys, they're rich boys, their daddys have money or they wouldn't even let them inside the gates.
Bringing In The Sheaves
Lyrics by Knowles Shaw
and music by George A. Minor
Heard when Clay arrives at church See more