Historical Perspective: Gospel Dynamite

Theatrical Release: January 1, 1940
DVD Release: January 1, 2006
Historical Perspective: Gospel Dynamite
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Synopsis

Gospel Dynamite is the second film available in the Historical Films section that was originally released by Charles O. Baptista and Scriptures Visualized. On a note specific to Charles O. Baptista, our understanding is that he was born in Venezuela, attended school in the United States, and was a piano salesman before he started the Scriptures Visualized Institute. By early 1940s standards the graphics/cartoon drawings in this short film are fairly good and the message delivered is the Gospel but with an interesting twist.

Dove Review

In this film, the gospel is told through scripture, poetry and drawings. At times, I found it a little hard to hear due to the age of the audio portion of the presentation. However, if you take time to listen carefully, you should have no problem understanding the simple message of the gospel.

Content Description

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Info

Company: Take Five Films, LLC
Genre: Religion
Runtime: 12 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe