Jonah & the whale ; Joseph & the coat of many colours (Greatest heroes and legends of the Bible : hosted by Charlton Heston) Double feature [DVD]Series: Greatest heroes and legends of the Bible : hosted by Charlton Heston: Publisher: New York, N.Y. : GoodTimes Home Video, [2003?]Description: 1 videodisc (98 min.) : sound, colour ; 12 cmContent type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscISBN: 9418212012482Other title: Jonah and the whale | Joseph and the coat of many colours | Greatest heroes and legends of the BibleSubject(s): Jonah (Biblical prophet) | Joseph (Son of Jacob) -- Juvenile films | Bible. Jonah | Bible stories, English -- Old Testament -- Juvenile filmsOnline resources: Amazon.com about Jonah and the Whale
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Jonah & the whale / written by Elizabeth Logun ; song lyrics by Elizabeth Logun (48 minutes)
Joseph & the coat of many colours / written by Howard Rumberg ; song lyrics by Michael Aschner. (50 minutes)
Executive producers, Andrew Greenberg, Seth Willenson ; producer/director, William R. Kowalchuk ; associate producer, Jean Rogers ; script consultants, Reverend Cathleen Coots, Dr. Daniel Lee Kaplan ; music, Jim Latham ; director, Glen Patterson ; written by Robotham Associates ; produced by Tundra Productions ; ©1998 GT Merchandising & Licensing Corp. ; GoodTimes Home Video Platinum Series ; Jigsaw Entertainment.
Hosted by Charlton Heston. Voices: Stephen Barlow ; Paul Dobson ; Julie Faye ; Saffron Henderson ; BrentMurphy ; Doug parker ; Lee Tockar ; Jason Gray-Stanford ; Dale Wilson ; Mark Acheson.
JONAH AND THE WHALE (48 min.) The forces of the Assyrian Empire have been terrorizing Jonah and his people - and Jonah quickly grows to hate them. He vows that he will one day take his revenge. But years later, God asks Jonah to go and preach to the Assyrians. If Jonah convinces them to renounce their sinful ways, God will forgive them. Jonah, of course, wants them to suffer; he wants them to feel the Lord's wrath. And so he foolishly tries to run away. Needless to say, God catches up with him. And when He does, Jonah learns a series of important lessons about the power of God's wrath, and the power of his love for all mankind.--Back cover of DVD container.
JOSEPH AND THE COAT OF MANY COLOURS (50 min.) Joseph is just a boy and his brothers are jealous because Joseph is his father's favourite. And so, they decide to sell Joseph into slavery in Egypt. Joseph faces many difficulties, but his gift for interpreting dreams eventually puts him in good standing with Egypt's ruler. Ultimately, he finds himself in a position of power--a position that would allow him to take revenge against his brothers. Instead he forgives them. Thus the tale ends on a note of hope and offers an uplifting moral message to viewers of all ages.