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Beyond the Da Vinci Code (2005)

Dramatic reenactments of the 2000-year alternative history suggested by "The Da Vinci Code" and a documentary exploration of how much of this account is true and how much is fiction.


Will Ehbrecht

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Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. See more awards »




Credited cast:
Stephen Wozniak ... Jesus Christ
Claudia Coloma ... Mary Magdalene (as Claudia Cox)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Danny Burstein ... Himself (as Dan Burstein)
Jean-Luc Chaumeil Jean-Luc Chaumeil ... Himself
Timothy Freke Timothy Freke ... Himself
Deirdre Good Deirdre Good ... Herself (as Dr. Deirdre Good)
George Gorse George Gorse ... Himself
Edward Herrmann ... Narrator
Richard Leigh Richard Leigh ... Himself - Author
John LoBiondo John LoBiondo ... Torturer
Karen Ralls Karen Ralls ... Herself (as Dr. Karen Ralls)
Andrew Soane Andrew Soane ... Himself
Margaret Starbird Margaret Starbird ... Herself


A documentary exploration of the 2000 year alternative history suggested by Dan Brown's novel, "The Da Vinci Code." The program explores the relationship of Jesus and Magdalene, the Priory of Sion, the medieval Church, and reveals the true story behind the fiction. It is shot on the key locations mentioned in the book. Written by Thomas Quinn

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Release Date:

16 January 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

La máquina del tiempo - Más allá del código Da Vinci See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Experts in the show include Oxford Professor Karen Ralls, religion history author Timothy Freke, and Richard Leigh, the co-author of "Holy Blood, Holy Grail", the 1982 book upon which "The Da Vinci Code" based much of its history. The program was shot in places like Rosslin Chapel in Scotland, the London Temple (built by the Templar Knights), various cities in Southern France, and at the Louvre Pyramid, all of which are featured in the book. The program is also the first widescreen, high-definition program produced for The History Channel. It premiered 16 January 2005 at 8 pm pst., and aired again 17 January 2005 at 6 pm. See more »

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Beyond the Davinci Code
13 September 2005 | by ritaq482See all my reviews

I thought this was an excellent critique of the book and should have won at least one Emmy. I realize it was up against a former multiple winner, but too bad there's not room for the History Channel projects, as well as shows on some of the less touted channels and less expensive projects. Maybe the financial aspect should be considered along with the creative and technical angles.

Do HBO and PBS have to be the winners all the time? Maybe someday the voters will watch something other than the main channels. Hopefully, with more new and good shows on some of the lesser channels, this will change in the future.

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