One Man's Journey (1933)

One Man's Journey (1933)

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Lionel Barrymore plays one of those selfless general practitioners that seem to exist exclusively in the movies in One Man's Journey. Though his efforts go unappreciated by his patients and even by his own family, the far-from-wealthy Dr. Eli Watt (Barrymore) continues to dedicate his life to medicine, ultimately inspiring his son Jimmy (Buster Phelps as a child, Joel McCrea as an adult) to follow in his footsteps. As a result of his tireless efforts to pull his community through a deadly epidemic, Dr. Watt is at last honored at a testimonial dinner, where his richer and more famous colleagues lift their glasses in praise of our hero. Of course, Watt also finds time to patch up the romance between his son Jimmy and Jimmy's sweetheart Joan (Frances Dee, Mrs. Joel Crea in real life). One Man's Journey was remade by director Garson Kanin as A Man to Remember (1938) -- a rare instance in which a remake was actually better than the original.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Drama
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Studio:
RKO Radio Pictures

Cast

Lionel Barrymore
as Dr. Eli Watt
May Robson
as Sarah
Joel McCrea
as Jimmy Watt
Dorothy Jordan
as Letty McGinnis
Frances Dee
as Joan Stockton
David Landau
as McGinnis
James Bush
as Bill Radford
Buster Phelps
as Jimmy Watt Age 6
Oscar Apfel
as John Radford
June Filmer
as May Radford
Samuel S. Hinds
as Doctor Babcock
Hale Hamilton
as Dr. Tillinghas
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