Friday! The Bible (1966) film trailer

Wherein we learn Hollywood marketing, film ‘criticism’ and religion make a heady brew of AWESOME! I challenge you not to laugh, also only 4 out of 10 in the US accept the theory of evolution and they say Avatar was successful, it’s got nothing on this ‘Bible’ franchise!

12 Responses to “Friday! The Bible (1966) film trailer”

  1. earwicga Says:

    We all love a man who giveth us light! Light is good 🙂

  2. RickB Says:

    Verily sister, praise shall be given unto the bringer of light for he is Good and shall defeat the forces of short wires in ceiling fittings!

  3. libhomo Says:

    Halleluyah and send me the money today! We take cash. We take jewelry. We take credit cards.

    More seriously, how did they get so many important actors to appear in such a cheezeball film?

    “A film never to be forgotten”

  4. RickB Says:

    More seriously, how did they get so many important actors to appear in such a cheezeball film?


    Well my memory is hazy on this never to be forgotten film, was it based on a book or was ‘The Bible’ a novelisation of the film? Maybe Alan Dean Foster wrote it?

  5. otto Says:

    My two fave stats about the USA

    1) Every Jan 1st, 3 of 10 polled say they expect the rapture and second coming of Christ in the year ahead. Regular as clockwork.

    2) Proportion of US citizens that own a valid passport: 13%

  6. RickB Says:

    1) So this is a genius scam

    2) Thus the need to make all the planet US territory, imperialism as passport administration savings scheme, Tea Baggers/Party rejoice at small government…

    • otto Says:

      i’ve seen that pet post-rapture service thingy before. Smart call, i say.

      And i have to admit it. I’ve seen the 1966 movie “The Bible”, too. i was young and it must have been around Easter time.

  7. libhomo Says:

    I was too young to understand words when the movie was out, but I doubt my parents would have dragged me to such a snorefest anyway.

    • RickB Says:

      Jeebus no! I meant saw it on tv, usually on bank holidays, easter, xmas these loooonnnggg epics turn up, usually involving Charlton Heston in some capacity, which reminds me of a wonderful song…

      • libhomo Says:

        In this glorious country, Charlton Heston was used to bore us senseless in that great epic yawnathon, The Ten Commandments.

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