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The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)
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The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)

  Sunday Seconds with the Duke Episode #15
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Directed by: George Stevens, David Lean
Starring: Max von Sydow, Dorothy McGuire, and Charlton Heston

The Greatest Story Ever Told Movie Summary

The Greatest Story Ever Told is an epic retelling of the story of Jesus Christ, from the Nativity through the Resurrection with a cameo by John Wayne.

Theme Song “God Bless John Wayne” by Lowell Shyette
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  • Eddie

    I can’t believe you guys reviewed this. Not exactly a title that comes to mind when you think of John Wayne.

    • moviehousechris

      No…he’s in it for maybe 30 seconds, and you can hardly recognize him, BUT he was in it, so it qualifies…barely!