Reverend Nolan Powers is a fire and brimstone evangelist who has achieved tremendous fame, wealth, and power from his radio program that's broadcast on a national basis from his station ... See full summary »

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Rev. Nolan Powers
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Lynette 'Mama' Powers
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Eric Sato
Brioni Farrell ...
Darlene
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Ian Forsyth ...
Ross
Tony Lewis ...
Gerald
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Reverend Nolan Powers is a fire and brimstone evangelist who has achieved tremendous fame, wealth, and power from his radio program that's broadcast on a national basis from his station WGOD. A team of TV journalists do a story on Powers and his increasing popularity with the masses. However, a long-suppressed shameful secret from his dark family past threatens to destroy Powers and his current high profile status. Written by Woodyanders

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26 November 1985 (France)  »

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Rev. Nolan Powers: The airwaves belong to God! The airwaves belong to God! The airwaves belong to God!
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What a Friend We Have in Jesus
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Lyrics by Joseph M. Scriven
Music by Charles Crozat Converse
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Truly imaginative and entertaining, riveting
11 May 2006 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

A short story at it's best. I loved this!! I first saw this in 1985 and I couldn't wait till it was on again to record it. I recorded it on Beta (who could have known), and I must have watched it at least 20 times before the player gave out. I never grow tired of this.

It's so spooky and supernatural. Part of it gave me chills. I knew this show was different from the start. And Gary Busey as Reverend Nolan is just icing on the cake. No one can match his strangeness, except maybe for Christopher Walken. I've never thought about religion the same since.

This is a must see. You've got to share it with others.


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