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BIble time classics. Volume 2

Author: Richard KileySam HershHenry DenkerHarold D SchusterJohn T CoyleAll authors
Publisher: Montreal : St. Clair Entertainment Group, 2004.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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The power of the Resurrection: A fictionalized account of Christ's last days as seen through the eyes of Simon Peter.
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Genre/Form: Short films
Religious films
Feature films
Drama
Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ; Saul, King of Israel; David, King of Israel; David, King of Israel.; Jesus Christ.; Saul, King of Israel.
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Kiley; Sam Hersh; Henry Denker; Harold D Schuster; John T Coyle; Robert Wilson; George Macready; Lowell Gilmore; Arthur Pierson; James Dean; Roddy McDowall; Leif Erickson; Ruth Hussey; Joan Leslie; Gene Lockhart; Jeanne Cagney; Regis Toomey; Marcello Baldi; Norman Wooland; Gianni Garko; Luz Márquez; St. Clair Entertainment Group.
OCLC Number: 191869915
Notes: I beheld his glory: from an original story by the Rev. John Evans.
Original release dates: 1962, 1953, 1951, 1968.
"4 movie collection."--Container.
Credits: The power of the Resurrection:written by Henry Denker ; produced by Sam Hersh, Henry Denker ; directed by Harold Schuster ; director of photography, Water Strenge ; editing by Robert Fritch.
I beheld His glory: screen play by Arthur T. Horman ; produced by the Reverend James K. Friedrich ; directed by John T. Coyle ; photographer, Freddie West ; film editor, Tom Neff ; music composer and conductor, Irving Gertz.
Hill number one: directed by Arthur Pierson ; produced by Father Patrick Peyton ; original music by Charles Koff ; director of photography, Lester White ; editing by John C. Fuller.
Saul and David: directed by Marcello Baldi ; original music by Teo Usuelli ; directors of photography, Marcello Masciocchi, Juan Ruiz Romero ; editing by Giuliana Attenni.
Cast: The power of the Resurrection: Richard Kiley, Jon Shepodd, Jan Arvan, Morris Ankrum, Robert Cornthwaite, Charles Maxwell.
I beheld His glory: Robert Wilson, George Macready, Lowell Gilmore.
Hill number one: James Dean, Ruth Hussey, Joan Leslie, Gene Lockhart, Jeanne Cagney, Leif Erickson, Regis Toomey, Roddy McDowall.
Saul and David: Norman Woodland, Giannie Garko, Lyz Marquez.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated.
Description: 2 videodiscs (290 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Disc 1. The power of the Resurrection (60 min.) ; I behold His glory (53 min.) --
Disc 2. Hill number one (57 min.), Saul and David (120 min.).
Other Titles: Power of the Resurrection.
I beheld His glory.
Hill number one.
Hill number 1.
Saul and David.
Saul & David.

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The power of the Resurrection: A fictionalized account of Christ's last days as seen through the eyes of Simon Peter.

I beheld His glory: Cornelius, a Roman centurion, tells friends of his duty in Jerusalem during the Passover Feast. An old comrade had told him of Jesus, his fame, and the fear of an uprising among his followers. Cornelius pieces together the story of Jesus, and is witness to the crucifixion and its consequences.

Hill number one: On a fateful Easter Sunday soldiers sort their fate while waiting for another hill to fall in battle. They are reminded of still another hill ... hill number one ... taken by Jesus Christ for all of us ... and in that memory find their own Easter faith renewed.

Saul and David: This biblical tale centers on the connection between King Saul (Norman Wooland), ruler of the Israelites, and David (Gianni Garko), the shepard boy who slew Goliath and who would eventually become king. Saul's power begins to wane all the while he listens to the words of his jealous wife. Eventually, Saul loses the throne and his life while David becomes ruler. This eye-appealing epic was part of an international production of numerous Biblical stories from the Old and New Testaments.

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