Sunday Seconds with the Duke

Trouble Along the Way (1953)

Episode #47

Warner Bros released Trouble Along the Way to theaters on April 4, 1953. Michael Curtiz directed the film which starred John Wayne, Donna Reed, and Charles Coburn.

‘Trouble Along the Way’ Movie Summary

In Trouble Along the Way, Steve Williams is a a down-on-his-luck former football coach looking to turn his life around. He takes a head coaching job at a down-on-their-luck Catholic college looking to turn their program around. Williams soon finds himself struggling to retain custody of his daughter following a divorce, and retain his job at his new school after a recruiting scandal. Can he turn himself and this tiny school into winners? Read the full summary.

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Warner Bros released Trouble Along the Way to theaters on April 4, 1953. Michael Curtiz directed the film which starred John Wayne, Donna Reed, and Charles Coburn.

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