It is 1957. J.C. Cullen is a young man from a small town, with a talent for winning at craps, who leaves for the big city to work as a professional gambler. While there, he breaks the bank ... See full summary »
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Boowah, you got your movies messed up. The movie you described was "A Man called Peter" starring Richard Todd. It was about Dr. Peter Marshall, NOT Dr. Norman Vincent Peale. The scenes you described for "One Man's Way" do not exist. At the time I saw "One Man's Way," I was beginning ministerial studies. In "One man's Way," Norman Peale couldn't decide for the first 20 minutes what he was going to do with his life. When he decided to pursue the ministry, it took him 10 minutes to get through seminary. Fifteen minutes later he had his doctorate. I thought, "Wow, if it's this easy, I'll have it made." Trust me, it takes a lot longer and it isn't that easy. Anyway, I'm glad one of these movies made a favorable impression on you.
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