Unto Thyself Be True (1949)

1949-01-01 (US) 20m
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Overview

A Christian movie produced in 1949 by Family Films that shows a teenager named Bill who takes out the family car without a drivers license or his father's permission. Bill then gets into a accident and runs. Later young Bill has to deal with the authorities and his father!

  1. S. Roy Luby

    Director

  2. Julian Harmon

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Joseph Crehan

    Joseph Crehan

    Frank Hartwell

  2. Robert J. Anderson

    Robert J. Anderson

    Billy Hartwell

  3. Ronnie Ralph

    Arthur Franklin

  4. Ray Walker

    Ray Walker

    Lt. Bentley Van Siclen

  5. Margaret Wells

    Helen Hartwell

  6. Ben Erway

    Mr. Burton

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Status Released

Original Language English

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