In 1926, famous evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson disappeared for six weeks. When she surfaced, she claimed that she had been kidnapped and held prisoner in Mexico. Others claimed that she ...
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In 1926, famous evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson disappeared for six weeks. When she surfaced, she claimed that she had been kidnapped and held prisoner in Mexico. Others claimed that she was off carrying on an affair with a married man. This movie dramatizes the court hearing held to determine exactly what happened.Written by
This movie was filmed in Denver, Colorado. Scenes were filmed at the Denver County Court House and at a local church. The extras used in those scenes were local Denver citizens who received a box lunch but no actual pay. See more »
I ahed never heard of the person. I now do. This story reminded me Michael Apted's AGATHA, shot three years later and speaking of the disappearance of Agatha Christie during some days, and never explained. That's all I have to say baout this typical made for TV piece of work. I could never imagine millions of people going to the movies in cinémas, to watch such a topic, mostly for home audiences.
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