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Posted on 1/09/12 01:32 PM
Spencer Tracy plays a priest in in a mainly sentimental biographical film to where he builds a special school for boys. Mainly goes well, but one boy (Mickey Rooney), tries to derail his plans but causing problems between himself and Tracy and the rest of the school boys. Better than Tracy's performance in "Captains Courageous" in 1937, for which he won Oscar in this and "Boy Towns," but by no means a great film. Pretty soggy and depressing, along with the fault of being dated. I can understand why critics would reject this movie (Dave Kehr did and Leonard Maltin has reservations, which are, as usual, not listed on Rotten Tomatoes).