Illustrated, Simplified and Painless Sunday School (1973–1977)

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9 December 1973 (USA)  »

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Because of budget constraints, Marshall Efron was the only person to appear on-camera. A "crowd scene" was shot by having Efron walking past a camera multiple times in different costumes, and the images were superimposed on top of each other. When a scene required two or more people to appear, Efron would have scenes shot with him speaking to someone off-camera or to a dummy with its back to the camera. Corresponding scenes then would be shot, with Efron playing the other role. The footage would be edited to make Efron appear to talk to himself. See more »

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Great fun and educational
24 January 2010 | by (Madison, Wisconsin, USA) – See all my reviews

A few days ago I was pondering a story for the kids at our church. Somehow I remembered Marshall Efron and his comedic and fun way of telling stories. I was thinking I was just a kid when I saw his show. Imagine my surprise when I looked it up at IMDb and learned I was in my twenties. I always enjoyed the show and came away with some new learning. I would love to incorporate some of the things he did into my stories for the kids. I would love even more to get all of the shows onto DVD. I bet some of the more open minded networks would show them and I would be willing to wager my favorite Boy Scout knife that today's kids would enjoy the show too!

WE should establish a fan club, donate money to it and get the company that has the films to dig them out and get them run onto DVD.


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