Gospel Films Archive: Cathedral Films
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Gospel Films Archive: Cathedral Films

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James Friedrich, founder of Cathedral Films, was inspired to make films that would minister to the church. In 1936 Friedrich moved to Hollywood and met the talent that would become his collaborative team for many years, including Hollywood veterans.
James Friedrich, founder of Cathedral Films, was inspired to make films that would minister to the church. In 1936 Friedrich moved to Hollywood and met the talent that would become his collaborative team for many years, including veteran Hollywood director Irving Pichel (Most Dangerous Game).

The Cathdral Films Collection is part of the Gospel Films Archive, a multi-volume collection of rare and vintage Christian movies produced in the 20th century by independent Christian producers as well as major Hollywood studios. These vintage movies demonstrate how the Christian message was communicated to 20th century audiences through visual media. They also provide a heartwarming nostalgic experience that fans of classic movies will love. Though they are from a bygone era, these films often tackle subjects that remain surprisingly relevant for contemporary audiences.

Ambassador for Christ — 1949 - Cathedral Films / 33m — Paul and Barnabas take the Gospel to Antioch, where the prophets foretell of a famine in Jerusalem and Paul teaches that all people, even slaves, are equal in the sight of God.    

I Beheld His Glory — 1953 – Cathedral Films / 53m — This acclaimed early TV special, filmed in color, is the story of Cornelius, a Roman Centurion who is converted to Christianity after hearing the story of Christ’s resurrection from the Apostle Thomas.

No Greater Power — 1960 - Cathedral Films / 24m — The conniving and ambitious Zaccheus becomes tax collector of Jericho. He uses his wealth and power to further his own selfish ambitions. Everything changes when Jesus comes to dinner.

Gospel Films Archive: Cathedral Films Details:

MPAA Rating: NR
Format: DVD Region 0  What's a Region Code?
Closed Captions: No
Product Release Date:
Length/Run Time: 110 minutes
UPC/ISBN Number: 727985015897

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