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Let My People Go: The Story of Israel (1965)

In the second installment of the 13-part series from VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer, Volume 2: Let My People Go! [Exodus], finishes the book of Genesis with the stories of Abraham, Isaac,... See full summary »

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In the second installment of the 13-part series from VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer, Volume 2: Let My People Go! [Exodus], finishes the book of Genesis with the stories of Abraham, Isaac, and Joseph, and then learn all about Moses and the Israelites' great escape from Egypt. Find out who wrote the Bible, and learn about big concepts like sin, salvation and redemption!

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A film of the birth of the modern State of Israel
2 May 2007 | by (Saratoga, CA) – See all my reviews

I saw this film on PBS when I was a child, at, of all times, during Passover! The movie is, essentially, a retelling of the birth of the modern State of Israel. However, it includes a chilling look at what the liberating forces saw when they entered the Nazi death camps ... including some extremely grisly footage of the deceased. These images have haunted me for more than 35 years, yet this is a movie that I would view with my own children.

I had the opportunity to see the film again last year, on a badly deteriorating VHS duplication. It definitely needs to be transferred to DVD and made widely available to anyone interested in know more about Israel and her people.


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