1941 Wonderful DRAMA starring John Boles Classic Black and White Movie 'Road to Happiness' film

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Hello Friends, I've uploaded this film for you to enjoy! It is definitely family-friendly!
This is a well-written and acted story, with real people, real problems, as relevant today as it was 70+ years ago.
The story concerns a loving Father who is desperately trying to give his son a better life than he would have (lovingly and morally) with his Mother. You'll understand why after watching. The acting is true-to-life. Of course, children weren't as bombarded by media "values" as they are today, so you may find yourself wishing to live with your children in the past when it was, lets be honest, easier to parent children. You may shed a tear or two, but it's okay :) We all need a good escape from this hard life we daily live, don't we? So make some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy good acting, a heart-wrenching, then warming family story.
Great to watch with your kids! Thanks again for watching my channel. And thanks so much for being one of my dear SUBSCRIBERs!

Cast (in credits order)
John Boles Jeff Carter
Mona Barrie ... Millie Rankin
Billy Lee ... Danny Carter
Roscoe Karns ...Charley Grady
Lillian Elliott... Mrs. Price
Paul Porcasi Pietro Pacelli
Sam Flint... Colonel Gregory
Brandon Hurs ... Swayne
Byron Foulger.. Jackson (as Byron Folger)
Harland Tucker... Foster
Antonio Filauri ... Rafael Almonti
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charles Calvert... Bald-headed Boarder (uncredited)
Willy Castello... Party Guest (uncredited)
Ruth Clifford... Ship Passenger (uncredited)
Lester Dorr... Rankin's Chauffeur (uncredited)
Dick Elliott... Pawnshop Owner (uncredited)
Herbert Evans... Evans - Rankin's Butler (uncredited)
Sam Harris Sam Harris ...
Ship Passenger (uncredited)
Harry Harvey Harry Harvey ...
Boarder (uncredited)
I. Stanford Jolley I. Stanford Jolley ...
Radio Actor (uncredited)
Maxine Leslie Maxine Leslie ...
Blonde Party Guest (uncredited)
Frank Melton Frank Melton ...
Boarder (uncredited)
Category
Comedy
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