A Man Called Peter [DVD] [1955]

  • SKU: 14494601
  • Release Date: 09/06/2005
  • Rating: NR
  • 5.0 (1)
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Special Features

  • Fox Movietonews: A Man Called Peter has World Premiere in Three Great Cities
  • Audio sermon by Peter Marshall
  • Still gallery and more

Synopsis

A Man Called Peter
A Man Called Peter is the story of Scottish-born Presbyterian minister and world-renowned author Peter Marshall, here played by Richard Todd. In his youth, Marshall moves to Washington DC, where he becomes pastor of the Church of the Presidents. His wisdom and conviction enables Marshall to communicate with men of all faiths. In private life, the pastor is given moral support by his loyal wife Catherine Marshall (Jean Peters). At the time of his comparatively early death, Marshall has become chaplain of the US Senate. Interestingly enough, while Marshall and his family are identified by name, the peripheral political characters are given fictional monickers--and sometimes, as in the case of the President played by William Forrest, no names at all. Director Henry Koster expertly avoids filming Marshall's sermons in a static, declamatory fashion. As Catherine Marshall, Jean Peters does wonders with a comparatively limited role; her best scene is her last, when she overcomes her lifelong fear of the ocean for the sake of her son (Billy Chapin). A Man Called Peter was certainly not conceived out of any box-office considerations, but it still paid its way. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Richard Todd
    Richard Todd - Peter Marshall
  • Jean Peters
    Jean Peters - Catherine Marshall
  • Marjorie Rambeau
    Marjorie Rambeau - Mrs. Fowler
  • Jill Esmond
    Jill Esmond - Mrs. Findlay
  • Les Tremayne
    Les Tremayne - Senator Harvey

Overall Customer Rating

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1 Reviews
100%of customers recommend this product.

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