Trouble Along the Way

Trouble Along the Way

Movie: Trouble Along the Way
Director: Michael Curtiz
Produced by: Warner Brothers
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Winning isn’t everything — it’s the only thing.” These words were spoken not by Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi but by Steve Williams, the fictional college athletics instructor played by John Wayne in Trouble Along the Way. Recently divorced, Williams has trouble finding a job due to his inability to get along with his superiors. If he doesn’t find work soon, he’ll lose custody of his daughter Carole. Meanwhile, St. Anthony’s College, heavily in debt, may have to close its doors. Father Burke, rector of St. Anthony’s, reasons that the school could get back on its feet if it had a winning football team, thereby securing the support of the alumni. Thus, against his better judgment, Father Burke hires the troublesome Steve Williams, who’ll stop at nothing to assemble a winning team. Somehow, Williams has to turn into a regular human being, and that’s where social worker Alice Singleton comes in. More sentimental than most Wayne vehicles, Trouble Along the Way is well worth the ride.

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