All That I Have (1951)

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Dr. Charles Greyson is a famous and wealthy former surgeon. His nephews have taken him to court to challenge his competency, due to his recent inexplicable gifts of large amounts of cash to... See full summary »


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28 July 2018 | MartinHafer
| An apparent co-production of the Lutheran and Presbyterian Churches!
"All That I Have" is a production of Family Films, a company financed by the Lutheran and Presbyterian churches in the USA back in 1951. Despite being a religious film, the movie has a surprising number of relatively famous actors in it. Although a bit preachy, it is well made and compelling.

The story is about a doctor (Housely Stephenson) who is on trial to determine his mental competence. You learn through the course of the trial that he's been giving away his money to many people and he is either insane or actually following the teachings of Christ.

The film is overtly religious and includes a small sermonette in it...and I think the story would have been stronger without that little sermon. Overall, the sort of film that might be nice to show a Sunday School class but probably not exactly something the average person would want to watch.

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