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 Narrator (12 episodes, 1951)
Robert Wilson ...
 Jesus (10 episodes, 1951)
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 Andrew (9 episodes, 1951)
Tyler McVey ...
 Simon Peter (9 episodes, 1951)
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 Matthew (8 episodes, 1951)
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 Caiaphas / ... (8 episodes, 1951)
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 Simon the Zealot (7 episodes, 1951)
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 Pontius Pilate (5 episodes, 1951)
Eileen Rowe ...
 Mary the Mother (5 episodes, 1951)

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"The Living Christ Series" is considered to be the first "unofficial" television mini-series. All 12 episodes aired on NBC in 1951 and two year's later it's sequel TV movie "I Beheld His Glory" also aired on NBC. After it's original airing, the series remained off of television until the late 1980's when local religious stations began airing the series. TBN aired all twelve episodes throughout the 1990's. The entire series is public domain and has been released numerous times on VHS and DVD. See more »

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story of christ films
10 December 2003 | by See all my reviews

Most people do not realize is this is a 12 -30 min episode of jesus.It was shown at local churches through out the country.I remember it at my church,it was shown on sunday evening.This was never meant to play at theaters,just at churches and sometimes television.Even though it was filmed on a low budget,it does carry the message of jesus well.


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