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Jericho: The Promise Fulfilled (2009)

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Two spies are sent into an impenetrable fortress and are rescued by the hands of a beautiful women who alone realizes the city's pending destruction.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Seth Brake ...
Anthony Rondina ...
Mark Rondina ...
Jessica Rondina ...
Zack Lawrence ...
King of Jericho
Seth Kays ...
Ken Lawrence ...
Doug Brake ...
Roger Epps ...
Bill Ding
Diana Monagas ...
Anita Brain
David Georgia ...
Guard #1
Alex Clohan ...
Anderson Carman ...
Kid #1
Liam Marcy ...
Kid #2
Eric Marcy ...
Guard #2


The wandering is over! Joshua is ready to lead his people in an epic battle against seemingly impossible odds. Will this confrontation lead to deeper rebellion or a promise fulfilled? Join the fun in this comical retelling of the battle between the nation of Israel and the mighty army of Jericho. Written by Anonymous

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wandering | spy | promise | israel | lego | See All (29) »


The next generation is ready to take the land west of the Jordan!



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Release Date:

31 March 2009 (USA)  »

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$2,600 (estimated)

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(Dolby 2.0)


(NTSC Color)

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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Very well done, you have to see it to believe it
16 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is great! If you research their home page, you'll observe their creative journey as well as the awards they've already received. This is the kind of show (a little short as it may be, but YOU try making a stop motion film for 1,680 seconds). I don't how many frames per second they used yet, but surely several thousands total frames? Then with dozens of tiny little arms, legs, trees, etc. to move in a realistic fashion ...

... for each frame....

........not counting the special facial layering work that makes their conversations work so well.

The grownups as well as kids will find interesting details, surprises & little homages to other productions if they look carefully. I didn't want to put any spoilers in this, but was pleasantly surprised to see one particular scene that puts a little of modern action work into a situation where it fits very well.

With this show, you truly have to watch several times to catch all the details.

We're still trying to figure out how they did the fo....., sorry, not doing the spoilers, just remembered again.... but I DO have at least 10 favorite scenes/humor that I can think of immediately.

Well done, & looking for the next show already....

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