Classic Quad Set (Francis of Assisi / The Gospel Road / A Man Called Peter / The Song of Bernadette)
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Francis of Assisi (1961) is lavish bio Of St. Francis,
13th-Century Monk Who Talked To Animals.
This is color, 105 minutes and in letterbox.
The Gospel Road (1973) is the story of Jesus
told in music narrated by Johnny Cash.
This is color, 83 minutes and in letterbox.
A Man Called Peter (1955) is story of Peter Marshall,
Scottish-born minister who became Chaplain of the U.S. Senate.
This is color, 119 minutes and in letterbox.
Includes newsclips of Premiere and audio sermon by Peter Marshall.
The Song of Bernadette (1943) is about peasant girl who claims
to have seen Mary mother of Jesus as "Beautiful Lady" of Lourdes.
This is b/w, 156 minutes and in full screen.
Includes newsclip of Jones receiving award from American GI's
and A&E Biography "Jennifer Jones: Portrait of a Lady".
The quality of the burning of this set is excellent, every bit as good as buying an individual DVD. Now, there are others of this SAME exact set style by TCM that are not nearly as good: two movies per DVD and the extras aren't nearly well put together, the copies are just so, so. This particular set is one of the best I have found so far.
Recommend it for anyone wanting to be spiritually inspired!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great collection of films with a religious theme. Favorites are Song of Bernadette and A Man called Peter. Check it out.Published on September 15, 2013 by Richard A. Jones
As a Catholic Christian I love these films! My favorite Saint is Saint Francis of Assisi! I like to get my hands on any books or movies about him! Read morePublished on August 19, 2013 by Donna M. Madden
Quality of all 4 movies was great. We were so happy to find them all, especially Francis of Assisi which has been a hard movie to find at a reasonable price. Read morePublished on July 20, 2013 by Bwak
Enjoyed every film. Each one had it's own personal perspective of our Lord and the people who worshiped Him then and now.Published on April 29, 2013 by Grandma Jones