Religion: A Glimpse of Hell

Everybody knows that Billy Graham is a great showman who can fill arenas in most cities of the world, but few realize that the evangelist is also something of a movie mogul. His Burbank studio, World Wide Pictures, has turned out 101 films over the past 25 years, many of them pedestrian one-reelers, some of higher quality. Graham's latest, The Hiding Place, which is being previewed in eleven cities this spring, is a totally new departure. A 145-minute color spectacular with two award-whining stars, Julie Harris and Eileen Heckart, it boasts 2,000 extras...

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