Three Easter Classics

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  • 2004
  • 1 Season

Three Easter Classics is a collection of three classic movies that commemorate the Easter season. This DVD set brings together three films that beautifully depict the key events surrounding the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The first film in the set is The Greatest Story Ever Told, a 1965 epic film that portrays the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Directed by George Stevens, the film features an all-star cast, including Max von Sydow as Jesus, Charlton Heston as John the Baptist, and Claude Rains as Herod the Great. The film provides a sweeping and powerful narrative of the life of Jesus, from his birth to his crucifixion and resurrection.

The second film in the set is King of Kings, a 1961 biblical epic directed by Nicholas Ray. The film chronicles the life of Jesus Christ, from his birth and early teachings to his betrayal and trial before Pontius Pilate. Featuring an extraordinary cast of actors, including Jeffrey Hunter as Jesus, Rip Torn as Judas Iscariot, and Siobhan McKenna as Mary, the mother of Jesus, King of Kings is a stunning recreation of one of the most significant stories in human history.

The third film in the set is Ben-Hur, a 1959 epic film directed by William Wyler. Based on the novel by Lew Wallace, the film tells the story of a Jewish prince named Judah Ben-Hur, who is betrayed by his childhood friend Messala and sentenced to slavery. After years of hardship, Ben-Hur returns to seek revenge on Messala, and in doing so, he encounters Jesus Christ and the events surrounding his crucifixion and resurrection. Starring Charlton Heston as Ben-Hur and featuring one of the most famous chariot race scenes in cinema history, Ben-Hur is a sweeping and powerful film that beautifully captures the spirit of Easter.

Each film in Three Easter Classics is a lavish production, with stunning sets and costumes, extraordinary cinematography, and soaring musical scores. They are all masterpieces in their own right, and together they make for a powerful and moving presentation of the Easter story. Whether you are a person of faith, a lover of cinema, or simply someone who appreciates a compelling story, Three Easter Classics is a must-see collection that will touch your heart and inspire your soul.

In conclusion, Three Easter Classics is a perfect collection for those looking to commemorate the Easter season. It brings together three epic films that tell the story of the life and death of Jesus Christ, and each one is a masterpiece in its own right. With powerful storytelling, stunning visuals, and unforgettable performances, Three Easter Classics is an experience you won't want to miss.

Three Easter Classics is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (3 episodes). The series first aired on October 5, 2004.

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The Puzzle Club Easter Adventure
3. The Puzzle Club Easter Adventure
October 19, 2004
It's just a few days before Easter when Buzz comes to The Puzzle Club headquarters to ask for help finding his cat, then Buzz turns up missing too! Before Alex, Christopher, and Korina begin their latest case, Tobias becomes so ill he has to be rushed to the hospital and the detectives are torn between solving the mystery and staying by Tobias' side. Follow along as they learn an important lesson about hope in Jesus. Animated, recommended for ages 6-12.
The Magic Boy's Easter
2. The Magic Boy's Easter
October 12, 2004
Ten-year-old Josh suffers from a crippling bone disease. Whisked away to Biblical times in a dream, Josh encounters Lazarus and Joanna-- both healed by Jesus. His dream ends as Christ, on His way to the cross, takes the time to heal Josh. Upon awakening from his dream, Josh consents to surgery, knowing Jesus will never leave him! Drama, recommended for ages 5-10.
Easter Is
1. Easter Is
October 5, 2004
Benji must make a poster portraying the meaning of Easter. Frustrated for lack of good ideas, he pushes Waldo, his dog and pal, away. When Waldo later becomes lost, Benji's dad tells how the disciples thought they would never see Jesus again. In the end the good news of Easter is shared -- that just as Waldo comes back to Benji on Easter morning, Jesus also returned! Animated, recommended for ages 3-8.
Where to Watch Three Easter Classics
Three Easter Classics is available for streaming on the Vision Video website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Three Easter Classics on demand at Amazon.
  • Premiere Date
    October 5, 2004