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The cross and the switchblade

Author: Dick RossDon MurrayJames BonnetPat BooneErik EstradaAll authors
Publisher: Worcester, Pa. : Vision Video, [2003?]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Special anniversary edView all editions and formats
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The legendary story of David Wilkerson's mission from the countryside of rural Pennsylvania into the middle of the violence of gang warfare in New York's urban ghettos. Wilkerson sought to lead the embittered youth away from a life of drugs and violence. He was met with opposition, suspicion and hostility. He risked his life, persevered and won.
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Drama
Teatro
Named Person: David Wilkerson; David Wilkerson
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Dick Ross; Don Murray; James Bonnet; Pat Boone; Erik Estrada; Jackie Giroux; Julian C Townsend; Angelo Ross; Ralph Carmichael; Nicky Cruz; David Wilkerson; Gateway Films.; Vision Video (Firm)
ISBN: 1563646293 9781563646294
OCLC Number: 52926810
Language Note: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, French, Italian, German and Polish language tracks with or without English subtitles.
Notes: Based on the true story by David Wilkerson.
Videodisc release of the 1972 motion picture.
Special features: Biographical information on actors, director's commentary, testimony by Nicky Cruz, and a look back on the making of the film and its impact; chapter titles provided.
Credits: Director of photography, Julian C. Townsend ; editor, Angelo Ross ; music, Ralph Carmichael.
Cast: Pat Boone, Eric Estrada, Jackie Giroux.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated.
Description: 1 videodisc (105 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD format.
Responsibility: Gateway Films ; produced by Dick Ross ; screenplay by Don Murray and James Bonnet ; directed by Don Murray.

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The legendary story of David Wilkerson's mission from the countryside of rural Pennsylvania into the middle of the violence of gang warfare in New York's urban ghettos. Wilkerson sought to lead the embittered youth away from a life of drugs and violence. He was met with opposition, suspicion and hostility. He risked his life, persevered and won.

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