Greatest Heroes and Legends Of The Bible: The Story Of Moses

DVD Release: October 16, 2012
Greatest Heroes and Legends Of The Bible: The Story Of Moses
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Synopsis

For more than 40 years, Charlton Heston has been captivating audiences with his thrilling portrayals of Biblical heroes such as Moses in “The Ten Commandments.” Now, sit back and relax as he shares with you and your family his passion for Biblical literature and his unique insights into these timeless stories of faith.

The Old Testament is filled with inspiring stories. But the story of Moses is, perhaps, the greatest of them all. Now, the story of Moses has been brought to life in a beautifully animated film that will appeal to your entire family. Throughout the story, Moses obeys the Lord’s command and leads the Israelites out of Egypt and across the Red Sea. When he receives from God two stone tablets bearing the Ten Commandments, the people realize that Moses has indeed been acting in accordance with God’s will. “The Story of Moses” is one of the twelve programs in the Greatest Heroes and Legends of the Bible series. This program features: All-new animation, an introduction by Charlton Heston, and “Simon & Gimmel—Your Faithful Guides,” two animated characters who lead viewers through the story and make it accessible for all ages, especially ages 4 to 11.

Dove Review

“Greatest Heroes And Legends Of The Bible: The Story of Moses” is a wonderful, animated film featuring the voice of the classic “Ten Commandments” Moses, Charlton Heston himself. In fact, Heston introduces the story and mentions this fact. He speaks about how Moses was born some 1,200 years before Christ and how the Hebrews looked to him to lead them to freedom from Egyptian bondage.

Viewers see Moses as a baby and how his mother hid him in a basket, sending him through the river and bulrushes so he might escape Pharaoh’s decree that all babies be killed. Moses grows and plays alongside young Ramses, Pharaoh’s son and heir to the throne. Moses, older in a later scene, eventually discovers his heritage and kills an Egyptian who is whipping a Hebrew. He encounters God at the burning bush and discovers his purpose in God’s plan. He is to be the deliverer of the Hebrews from the Egyptians.

This animated movie features the story of the plagues of Egypt and the wonderful scene of the crossing of the Red Sea on dry ground. We are very happy to award our Faith Friendly Seal for all ages to this remarkable and inspiring animated film. “The Story Of Moses” is timeless!

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: You dogs-1; Stuttering Fool-1.
Violence: A few Hebrews are seen being whipped and some cries are heard; screaming by mothers in a brief scene when babies are taken from them to be killed; boys fight with poles in sport; Moses sees Egyptian task master whipping a Hebrew and kills the man (not graphic); Moses uses staff to produce a snake and his snake gobbles up magicians' snakes; Pharaoh's horsemen die while pursuing the Hebrews.
Drugs: Wine cup seen.
Nudity: Shirtless boys and men.
Other: Hebrews make a golden calf and party while Moses is on Mt. Sinai but he takes care of it.

Info

Company: Cinedigm
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 49 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter