Never give up on the way to your dreams...What do you do when you have an opportunity to make good? Bill Peck was disabled in the war, yet his hardships prepared him to have the will to persist when he needed it most. The objective was much too high and his obstacles seemed insurmountable. He could have easily given up--there is no embarrassment in trying. Instead, he absolutely refused to fail--so he persisted. Obstacle after obstacle presented itself, but nothing worthwhile is easy. This is an inspirational story about human potential to overcome even the most overwhelming obstacles. Bill's story will encourage all to keep working and trying until we achieve our goal. This film captures the spirit and character of the post-World War I era, and therefore takes on the look of more classic films. Approx. running time 43 min.
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