Bible Collection
The Bible Collection is a series of films produced for TNT. The Bible Collection consists of a 27-part miniseries in 17 volumes.
Jacob (film)
Jacob is a German/Italian/American television movie from 1994, based on the novel Giacobbe by Francesco Maria Nappi, which is in turn based on a Biblical account from the Book of Genesis about Jacob....
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Esther (1999 film)
Esther, also known as The Bible: Esther, is a 1999 American-Italian-German television film directed by Raffaele Mertes and starring Louise Lombard as Queen Esther, F. Murray Abraham as Mordechai, Jürg...
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Abraham (film)
Abraham is a 1994 television movie based on the life of the Biblical patriarch Abraham. It was shot in Ouarzazate, Morocco.
Abram lives in Harran, a rich city. His wife Sarah (Barbara Hershey) i...
Joseph (film)
The Bible: Joseph is a German/Italian/American television film from 1995, which tells the story of Joseph from the Old Testament. It aired on TNT and was filmed in Morocco.
Joseph, a Hebrew, is a...
Moses (film)
Moses is a 1995 internationally produced Biblical drama TV movie. It was directed by Roger Young, written by Lionel Chetwynd and starred Ben Kingsley and Frank Langella. It was filmed in Morocco. The...
Jesus (1999 film)
Jesus is a 1999 Biblical television film that retells the story of Jesus. It was shot in Morocco and Malta. It stars Jeremy Sisto as Jesus, Jacqueline Bisset as Mary of Nazareth, Debra Messing as Mar...
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Samson and Delilah (1996 film)
Samson and Delilah is a German/Italian/American telefilm that was first shown on TNT in the USA. It was directed by Nicolas Roeg. The lion is a puppet from Jim Henson's Creature Shop. This biblical m...
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Apocalypse Revelation
Apocalypse Revelation is a 2002 telefilm starring Richard Harris and Bruce Payne.
The film is set in 90 AD and concerns Jesus Christ's last surviving disciple, John of Patmos, and his writings and...
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