There was a time, way back, when I used to collect cinematic occurrences of the hymn 'Shall We Gather At The River'. By 'collect' I just mean I remembered them and had a mental list. I no longer do remember all the occasions on which I've seen it cropping up, just a few of them. Here's the first, from one of my very favourite sequences of film of any genre, in John Ford's My Darling Clementine. For 'Shall We Gather At The River' you want 4 minutes 15 seconds in to just after 6 minutes, but the whole 9 minutes is worth your time, starting with the barber (and his follow-on effect) and ending with the dance.
'I'd admire to take you' is a line I've never forgotten.