Christian film pioneers pass away

Time has been too tight to blog much lately, but I figured I should link to a couple of brief items I have written up at the CT Movies blog on two recently-deceased Christian film producers who were very active between the 1950s and 1970s: Robert E.A. Lee, producer of the Oscar-nominated Lutheran films Martin Luther (1953) and A Time for Burning (1966); and Dick Ross, director of several early Billy Graham movies (1951-1965) and producer of The Cross and the Switchblade (1970).

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  • Christopher Smith

    Beginnings of a Christian Film Company

    ‘Master’s Peace Movies’ releases it’s first set of four video shorts. These are short movies for parents and ministers to use in teaching from the Bible. The films can be purchased through thier website, http://www.masterspeacemovies.webs.com