Film, Movies, Audio/Video (A thru M)

  • Film, Movies, Audio/Video (A thru M)

    The following audio/video productions were viewed and listened to for research and/or general education purposes and are cited (either by specified reference or by passing mention) in the studies produced by Pastor Greg.

    While some materials will be recognized as being products intended for entertainment only or part of mainstream pop culture, the undiscerning viewer/listener may not recognize the material as having a message or influence (intended or unintended) touching on Biblical, moral, religious, political, cultural or personal issues.  This would include popular movies, UFO documentaries and films, personal interviews, concerts, etc.

    We do not endorse or even recommend all of these for viewing.  Discretion is advised:

    1. “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” 2016 feature film (R).   Starring: James Badge Dale, John Krasinski.  Directed by Michael Bay.  Paramount Pictures.  Runtime: 2 hours, 24 minutes
    2. “1492: Conquest of Paradise,” 1992 feature film starring Gerard Depardieu, Sigourney Weaver, Armand Assante, Michael Wincott, Frank Langella.  Directed by Ridley Scott.  Fictionalized account of the expedition of Christopher Columbus and his work to acquire ships in order to sail the Atlantic and reach the other side of the world, the “new world”.  The struggles and disastrous effects of Spanish settlement is shown as is the end of the life of Columbus.  Running Time: 2 Hours and 34 Minutes.
    3. “1965 World’s Fair: When Seattle Invented The Future,” (aired 3/24/12) documentary, produced and  ©2012 KCTS Television.  http://kcts9.org/when-seattle-invented-future-1962-worlds-fair.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    4. 7 Signs of Christ’s Return,” documentary film © 2003 & Produced and Directed by Questar, Inc., Chicago, IL.  Running Time 60 Minutes.
    5. 911: Explosive Evidence,” documentary produced by Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.  Re-examining the destruction of the 3 World Trade Center skyscrapers, featuring 40 whitle blowing experts including Scott Grainger, Tom Sullivan, Robert McCoy, Kathy McGrade, Jeff Farrer and Steve Dusterwald.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 28 Minutes.
    6. “A Fascist Night Falls,” (2012 documentary film) narrated by Denton Randall, written and directed by Edward Feuerherd.  An examination of the Axis Power leaders: German Fuehrer Adolf Hitler, Italian Il Duce Benito Mussolini and Japanese Emperor Hirohito.  Provides a running timeline explaining how each came to power, their major actions during the Second World War and how each surrendered and ended the war, 2 in death and Hirohito in surrender of any real ruling power until his death in 1989.  © 20102 Creation Films, LLC.   Aired 2/10/2018 on Newsmax.tv.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    7. A Lamp in the Dark: The Untold History of the Bible ,” Produced by Adullam Films.  (Running Time: 180 minutes, DVD)
    8. “A More Perfect Union: America Becomes A Nation,” (Education Version) Brigham Young University production.  (Running Time 111 Minutes, DVD), 1989.
    9. “A Noble Lie: Oklahoma City,” (1995) documentary.  Director: James Lane,  Writers: Wendy Painting and Holland Vandennieuwenof.  Produced by Free Mind Films.  (Running Time 120 mins.) 
    10. A Question of Eligibility: Is Obama’s Presidency Constitutionally Legitimate?,” a presentation of WND Films.  Executive Producer Joseph Farah.  Running Time: 60 minutes.
    11. A Question of Origins: Creation or Evolution,” documentary.  Copyright 2004 and Eternal Productions.  Running Time: 61 Minutes.
    12. “A River Runs Through It,” feature film by Robert Redford, starring Craig Sheffer, Brad Pitt and Tom Skerrit.  Based upon the classic memoir of Norman Maclean.  Rated PG.  Produced by Columbia Pictures.  Running Time: 2 Hours 4 Minutes.
    13. “Arrival,” 2016 feature film starring Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker.  Directed by Denis Villeneuve.  When twelve mysterious spacecrafts appear around the world, linguistics professor Louise Banks is tasked with interpreting the language of the apparent alien visitors.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 56 Minutes.
    14. “Act Like Men: A Titanic Lesson In Manliness,” documentary © Biblical Worldview Media, 2012.  Running Time: 45 Minutes.
    15. “Adirondacks,” PBS documentaryexplores this remarkable region and reveals, at its very heart, a delicate and dynamic relationship between progress and preservation.  Produced by WNED and Working Dog Productions.  Running Time approx. 2 Hours.
    16. “After Earth,” feature film(sci-fi) by Columbia Pictures presenting the Darwinian, Eco-Cult world view in a futuristic adventure in which man made environmental disasters and war force humanity to flee to another planet while all life forms remaining on earth evolve with the “goal” of killing humans.  Starring Will Smith, his son Jaden Smith.  Released May 2013.  Running Time: 1 Hour 40 Minutes.
    17. “Aftershock: Beyond The Civil War,” documentary presented by The History Channel.  (Running Time: 90 Minutes, DVD), 2006.
    18. “Against All Odds: Israel Survives,” Episode 1: The Assignment.
      Journalist Michael Greenspan (CNN) meets with Yom Kippur War tank commander David Yaniv, who recalls how he and his men were miraculously saved when a mysterious wind exposed thousands of explosives in the minefield in which they were stranded.  Release date: October 10, 2006  Runtime: 26 minutes.
    19. “Against All Odds: Israel Survives,” Episode 2: Miracle at Michmash.
      During WW I, British Major Vivian Gilbert is sent to rout a Turkish garrison in Jericho. Having read the Biblical account of Saul and Jonathan, who were camped in the same place, Gilbert follows their unorthodox battle plan to an improbable victory.  Release date: October 10, 2006  Runtime: 26 minutes.
    20. “Against All Odds: Israel Survives,” Episode 3: Shula – The Girl Who Became a Spy.” Michael Greenspan meets 85-year-old Shula Cohen who became a spy for Israel in 1948 in Beirut, where her access to Lebanese and Syrian social circles gave her unprecedented access to vital intelligence information.  Release date: October 10, 2006  Runtime: 26 minutes.
    21. “Against All Odds: Israel Survives,” Episode 4: The Miracle of Survial – Hitler and the Holocaust.” Michael Greenspan visits the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum outside Jerusalem and reflects on the history of one of the most devastating historical events. Nobel Prize-winner Elie Wiesel is featured.  Release date: October 10, 2006  Runtime: 26 minutes.
    22. “Agenda: Grinding America Down,” produced by Curtis Bowers for Black Hat Films in association with Copybook Heading Production, LLC.    Running Time: 93 minutes, 2010.
    23. “Agenda 21: How Will It Affect You?”  The John Birch Society.  Running Time: 51 minutes.
    24. “Alabama Moon,” (Rated PG) feature film.  Starring John Goodman, Jimmy Bennet and Clint Howard.  Based on the novel by Watt Key.  Produced by Alabama Moon Entertainment, Faulkner-McLean Entertainment .  Running Time: 1 Hour and 40 Minutes.
    25. “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” (1972) feature film, not rated.  Director William Sterling, Starring: Fiona Fullerton, Michael Jayston. Osiris Entertainment.   Runtime: 1 hour, 36 minutes.
    26. “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” (1998) feature film, not rated.  Starring: Kate Beckinsale, Steve Coogan.  Director John Henderson. Studio: FilmRise.  Runtime: 1 hour, 23 minutes.
    27. “Alzheimer’s: The Growing Challenge of Caring for a Loved One,” documentary by Amr ArafaStudios, Starring: Adel Imam, Nelly Karim.   Runtime: 24 minutes.
    28. Amazing Grace, the life story of William Wilberforce,” (Rated PG) feature film by Bristol Bay Productions in Association with Ingenious Film Partners.  Copyright 2006 Bristol Bay Productions, LLC.   Running Time: 118 Minutes.
    29. Amen,” (2014) Starring: Ulrich Tukur, Mathieu Kassovitz. (Account of the implementation of the Final Solution and the culpability of the Vatican in the extermination of millions in Nazi Death Camps.)  Studio Cohen Media Group  Runtime: 2 hours, 11 minutes.
    30. American Commune,” (2014) documentary directed by  Rena Mundo Croshere, Nadine Mundo of Mundo Films.  Studio Gravitas Ventures.   Runtime: 1 hour, 30 minutes.
    31. “American Experience: Blackout,” 2015 documentary of the 1977 New York City Blackout the night of July 13 which lasted 24 hours.  For one night, social order deteriorated into the single largest mass arrest in New York history with major looting and more than 1,000 major fires.  Directed by Callie T. Wiser,  Story by David Murdock.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    32. “American Experience: Into The Amazon, 2018 documentary of Theodore Roosevelt’s 1913-14 expedition into the Amazon rainforest to chart the unknown “River of Doubt” with Brazilian explorer Candido Rondon.  What was anticipated to be a relatively tranquil journey turned out to be a brutal test of courage and character, claiming the lives of three men and almost killing the former president.    Written and Directed by Joe Maggio.  Narrated by Oliver Platt.  Studio PBS.  Running Time: 2 Hours.
    33. “American Experience: Island Murder,”  2005 documentary originally aired under the title, “The Massie Affair” and re-aired under new title in 2018. In the waning days of summer 1931, Honolulu’s tropical tranquility was shattered when a young Navy wife made a drastic allegation of rape against five nonwhite islanders. What unfolded in the following days and weeks was a racially-charged murder case that would make headlines across the nation, enrage Hawai’i’s native population, and galvanize the island’s law enforcers and the nation’s social elite.  Written and Directed by Mark Zwonitzer.  Narrated by Blair Brown.  Studio PBS.  Running Time: 1 hour, 53 minutes.
    34. “American Experience: Murder of a President,”  1988 documentary about the assassination of President James Garfield (1881).  Directed by Rob Rapley, starring Michael Murphy, Shuler Hensley.  Narrated by Michael Murphy.  Studio PBS.  Running Time: 1 hour, 53 minutes.
    35. “American Experience: Rachel Carson,”  A profile of scientist and writer Rachel L. Carson (1907-64), whose 1962 book “Silent Spring” helped launch the modern environmental movement.  Written and Directed by Michelle Ferrari, Narrated by Oliver Platt. Studio PBS.  Runtime: 1 hour, 53 minutes.
    36. “American Experience: Summer of Love,” 2007 PBS documentary recalls how, in 1967, San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district became a mecca for young people seeking free music, free love and cosmic oneness, but quickly became home to rampant drug abuse, food shortages and STDs.  Featuring Joel Selvin, Peter Coyote and former mayor Willie Brown.  Studio PBS.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    37. “American Experience: Tesla,”  1988 documentary about Nikola Tesla (1856-1943).  The Genius engineer who developed a way to distribute electricity over vast distances; and who envisioned a world linked by wireless technology.  Written and Directed by David Grubin.  Narrated by Michael Murphy.  Studio PBS.  Running time: 1 hour.
    38. “American Experience: The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln,” 2009 documentary recounting the events leading up to and following the assassination of America’s 16th President, Abraham Lincoln, a mere two months after he was sworn in for his second term, including the manhunt for the man responsible, actor John Wilkes Booth.  Written and Directed by Barak Goodman.  Narrated by Chris Cooper.  Studio PBS.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 30 Minutes.
    39. “American Experience: The Gilded Age,” PBS documentary aired 2/6/2018.  The titans and barons of the glittering late-19th Century, whose materialistic extravagance contrasted harshly with the poverty of the struggling workers who challenged them, are remembered.  The vast disparities between the rich and poor sparked debates still raging today.  Studio PBS.  Running Time: 2 hours.
    40. “American Experience: The Great War (Part 1 of 3), 2017 PBS documentary.  A history of World War I.  President Woodrow Wilson vowed to keep the U.S. out of the war after hostilities erupted in Europe in August 1914, and it was a promise he kept until 1917, when the Germans resumed “unrestricted submarine warfare”–a policy it had started and then stopped in 1915–and began sinking U.S. ships.  Narrated By Oliver Platt, Produced By Amanda Pollak, Written and Directed By Stephen Ives.    Studio PBS.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    41. “American Experience: The Great War (Part 2 of 3), 2017 PBS documentary.  A history of World War I.  America’s entry into World War I is recalled, including the breathtaking speed of mobilization and the profound transformations required for America to play a central role in the conflict.  Narrated By Oliver Platt, Written By Stephen Ives, and Produced and Directed By Amanda Pollak.  Studio PBS.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    42. “American Experience: The Great War (Part 2 of 3), 2017 PBS documentary.  A history of World War I.  The fall of 1918 is recalled, including a major American offensive that Gen. Pershing thought could bring a swift end to the war; a lost U.S. battalion that was surrounded by German forces before being saved; the contributions of Rickenbacker, the deadly flu epidemic, the wars end, Treaty of Versailles, Wilson’s stroke, the League of Nations without America, the “Red Summer” killings of blacks (including black soldiers returning from war).  Studio PBS.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    43. “American Experience: The Pilgrims,”  documentary about the story of the Pilgrims, who founded Plymouth Colony in what is now Plymouth, Mass.,  in 1620.   Often seen as the founding fathers of America, the small group of religious separatists (opposed to the Church of England) face much hardship in the New World: starvation, disease and death.  Studio PBS.  Runtime: 2 Hours approx.
    44. “Ancient Aliens: The Return,” Season 1, Episode 5 ( Rated TV-PG, originally aired 5/25/2010).  Speculation on future contact and the protocol regarding forms of communication.  History Channel Documentary.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    45. “Ancient Discoveries: Riots and Revolutions,” (Episode 42).  A secret manual explains how the Vietnamese defeated the United States in the 20th Century.  Originally aired 12/18/2009.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    46. “Andersonville,” 1996 feature film produced by Turner Films.  Starring Jarrod Emick, Frederic Forrest, Ted Marcoux.  The story of the most notorious Confederate prisoner of war camp in the American Civil War.  Running Time: 2 Hours and 47 Minutes.
    47. “Animals in the Bible,” 2008 Biblical Science documentary narrated by Edward Panosian, directed by Greg Munger and written by Paul & Eric Munger.  A look at several animals and how they are spoken of in Scripture (includes ants, horses, sheep, eagles, serpents, deer, fish, etc.  Produced by Declaration Films and distributed by Piedmont Education Services.  Running Time: 40 Minutes.
    48. “Anne Frank’s Holocaust,” 2015 National Geographic Channel documentary.  Exploring the full story of Anne Frank’s short life with interviews, new findings and photographs.  Running Time: 2 hours
    49. “Armageddon,” 1998 feature film (Rated PG-13) starring Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Liv Tyler, Steve Buscemi, Keith David, Will Patton, Owne Wilson and Ben Affleck.  NASA sends a team of oil drillers to deliver a nuclear bomb that will blow up a massive asteroid heading toward Earth.  Running Time: 2 Hours and 31 Minutes
    50. “Ark of the Covenant: The Search That Has Lasted For Centuries,” documentary (that aired on NBC) of Mike Sanders search for the Ark of the Covenant.  Produced and distributed by Mysteries of the Bible Research Foundation, Inc.  (www.biblemysteries.com)  Running Time: 48 Minutes
    51. “Armageddon: Dick Morris Lecture,” Book TV, C-Span 2 (Program ID: 4156401).  Dick Morris discusses his book, “Dick Morris talked about his book, “Armageddon: How Trump Can Beat Hillary,” in which he discusses the strategy needed to win the White House.  Public Affairs Event.  Format: Speech. Location: New York, New York, United States.  First Aired: Oct 1, 2016.  Running Time: 58 Minutes approx.
    52. Astronomy and the Bible: The Heavens Declare the Glory of God,” lectures by Mike Riddle.  Copyright 2005 and produced by Answers In Genesis.  Running Time: 72 Minutes.
    53. Astronomy Reveals Creation,” lecture by Dr. Jason Lisle, produced and distributed by ICR (Institute For Creation Research).  Running Time: 62 minutes.  ASIN: 1935587404, ISBN-13: 9781935587408.
    54. “Atheism Poisons Everything,” Debate between David Berlinski (of Discovery Institute) and Christopher Hitchens (author of, “God Is Not Great”). Aired LIVE on C-Span 9-7-2010. Viewed 4/29/2014. [Time 01:08:15, Streaming in HD]
    55. “Atomic Homefront,” 2017 HBO documentary, Directed and Produced by Rebecca Cammisa.  The film recalls the city’s role in the Manhattan Project and spotlights citizens fighting to keep their families safe, today, as a result of the improper handling of nuclear waste in and round St. Louis, MO.
    56. “Autopsy: The Last Hours of Patrick Swayze,” (Season 8, Episode 3).  The death of Patrick Swayze is spotlighted.  Originally aired 6/3/17 on REELZ Network.  Running Time: 1 hour.
    57. “Autopsy: The Last Hours of Steve Jobs,” (Season 8, Episode 4).  The death of Steve Jobs is spotlighted.  Originally aired 6/10/17 on REELZ Network.  Running Time: 1 hour.
    58. “Awake: The Life of Yogananda,” Unique biopic about Yogananda, author of The Autobiography of a Yogi.  CounterPoint Films 2014.  (Running Time: 86 mins.)
    59. Behind the Big News: Propaganda and the CFR.” documentary produced and distributed by the John Birch Society.  Viewed on Youtube @https://youtu.be/fmKiiY_HqsY on channel:Light Worker, streamed 3/27/2016.    Running time: 1 hour.
    60. “Behind the Race to the Moon,” (2002) documentary produced by Midnight Pulp in the United Kingdom.  Running Time: 51 Minutes.
    61. “Believer,” 2018 HBO Documentary featuring Dan Reynolds (lead singer of the rock group, “Imagine Dragons”. Examining the treatment of the LGBTQ community by the Mormon Church.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 45 Minutes.
    62. “Beyond Seduction: A Return To Biblical Christianity,” an eight part video series hosted by T.A. McMahon featuring interviews with Dave Hunt (based upon his book titled, “The Seduction of Christianity.”  Produced, Distributed and © 2004 by The Berean Call (www.thebereancall.org).  ISBN 1-928660-21-5.  Running Time 8 Hours approx.
    63. “Beyond The Gates of Splendor: A True Story of the Ultimate Sacrifice,” feature film based upon the book of the same title, written by Elizabet Elliot (Rated PG-13).  ©2005, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, LLC and presented by Bearing Fruit Communications.  Running Time: 96 minutes.
    64. “Bibles of the Martyrs,” History of the English Bible presented by Jewell E. Smith at Berean Baptist Church of Winston-Salem, North Carolina in September of 1997.  Accessed on Youtube 4/21/2015.  Running Time: 43:03
    65. Biography, Dick Powell,: Thanks A Million” (1998) .  The life and career of Richard Ewing “Dick” Powell, from his 1904 birth, in Mountain View, Arkansas, as the second of three sons of Sallie Thompson and Ewing Powell, through his busy career on radio, stage, screen and television.  Originally produced by Van Ness Filsm in association with Foxstar Productions and A & E Network.  Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.  Running Time: 50 minutes.
    66. Biography, John and Abigail Adams: Love and Liberty,” documentary produced by A&E Television.  © 2002 A & E Television Networks.   A&E Home Video DVD Release Date: July 26, 2005 ASIN: B0009IXRIU Running Time: 50 Minutes.
    67. Biography, Linda Darnell: Hollywood’s Fallen Angel,” documentary produced by A&E Television.  © 1999 A & E Television Networks.   Actress Linda Darnell (1923-1965) is profiled.  Running Time: 50 Minutes approx.
    68. Biography, Steve McQueen: Life In The Fast Lane,” documentary produced by A&E Television.  A profile of actor Steve McQueen recalls his troubled childhood and rise from TV star to screen legend through films such as “The Magnificent Seven,” “The Sand Pebbles,” and “Papillon.”  Among those commenting: son Chad McQueen, former wife Neile Adams; manager Hilly Elkins and assistant Mario Iscovich.   Running Time: 50 Minutes approx.
    69. Biography, The Munsters: America’s First Family of Fright,”documentary Directed by Rick Hull, Writer Jerry Decker and starring: Yvonne De Carlo, Al Lewis, Butch Patrick, Fred Gwynne.  Originally featured on The HIstory Channel, viewed on Youtube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gX_s449BVeE for research of “occult humor in television”.  Running Time: 50 minutes.
    70. “Boys For Sale” (1981 Documentary) with Thomas Philpott.  A summary compilation of short exposés recorded and aired nightly throughout the preceding months and years in Houston (by KTRK) and Atlanta (by WXIA).  Aired only on Public Access.  (Running Time: 1 Hour 59 Minutes)
    71. “Braveheart,” 1995 feature film starring Mel Gibson, David Tennant, Benedict Cumberbatch and Catherine Tate.  Fictionalized version of the story of the legendary 13th century Scottish hero named William Wallace who rallied the Scottish against the English crown after suffering a personal tragedy at the hands of English soldiers.  Running Time: 2 Hours and 58 Minutes
    72. “Bridge To Babylon: Rome, Ecumenism & The Bible,” documentary © 2016 Adullam Films, LLC.  Running Time: 2 hours and 51 minutes.
    73. Broadside: Emerging Empires Collide,” (2013), Director Bruce Twickler
      Studio XiveTV.  Running time: 1 hour, 51 minutes
    74. “Bryzinski: The Movie, Part 1,” documentary directed by Eric Merola.  (Running Time 1 Hour 45 Minutes), 2011.
    75. Burying the Past (Mountain Meadows Massacre Documentary),” Written and Directed by Brian F. Patrick.  Patrick Film Productions, 2004. On September 11, 1857, a wagon train of 120 immigrants bound for California were slaughtered under a white flag by Utah Mormons in one of the worst massacres in American history. Running Time: 1 Hour 23 Mins.
    76. “C. H. Spurgeon Tonight,” documentary featuring Dr. Craig Skinner.  Distributed by Vicion Video, Worcester, PA.  © Dr. Craig Skinner.  Running Time: 56 Minutes.
    77. “Capricorn One,” 1977 feature film starring Elliott Gould, James Brolin, Brenda Vaccaro, Sam Watterston, Telly Savalas,Hal Holbrook  and O.J. Simpson.   Written and Directed by Peter Hyams.  A NASA Mars mission won’t work, and its funding is endangered, so they decide to fake it just this once. But then they have to keep the secret…  Running Time: 2 Hours and 3 Minutes.
    78. Carl Sagan’s last interview with Charlie Rose (Full Interview),” originally aired on PBS: May 27, 1996.  Viewed on Youtube: https://youtu.be/U8HEwO-2L4w.  Running Time: 20 Minutes, 27 Seconds.
    79. “Celebrity Legacies: Albert Einstein,” Documentary produced for REELZ Network.    Running Time: 44 Minutes
    80. “Celebrity Legacies: Anna Nichole Smith,” Documentary produced for REELZ Network  Running Time: 44 minutes
    81. “Celebrity Legacies: James Dean,” Documentary produced for REELZ Network. Running Time: 44 Minutes
    82. “Celebrity Legacies: James Gandolfini,” Documentary produced for REELZ Network. Running Time: 44 Minutes
    83. “Celebrity Legacies: Jim Morrison,” Documentary produced for REELZ Network.   Running Time: 44 Minutes
    84. “Celebrity Legacies: John Lennon,” Documentary produced for REELZ Network. Running Time: 44 Minutes
    85. “Celebrity Legacies: John Wayne,” Documentary produced for REELZ Network.    Running Time: 44 Minutes
    86. “Celebrity Legacies: Kurt Cobain,” Documentary produced for REELZ Network.    Running Time: 44 Minutes
    87. “Celebrity Legacies: Whitney Houston,” Documentary produced for REELZ Network.  Running Time: 44 Minutes
    88. “Chariots Of The Gods: Science Fiction… From The Past,” (1970) documentary, narrated by Erich von Daniken.  Running Time:  1 Hour and 32 minutes.
    89. “Children of Joseph: The Unknown Story,” (2011) documentary produced by  The Joseph Smith Jr. & Emma Hale Smith Historical Society.  Running Time: 30 Minutes.
    90. “Children of Men,” 2006 feature film starring Julianne Moore, Clive Owen, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Caine.  In 2027, in a chaotic world in which women have become somehow infertile, a former activist agrees to help transport a miraculously pregnant woman to a sanctuary at sea.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 49 Minutes.
    91. Chinatown,” Director: Roman Polanski, Writer: Robert Towne, Stars:Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, John Huston.  Release Date: 20 June 1974.  (Runtime 130 minutes)
    92. “Church History,” Peter S. Ruckman. MP3 studies taught by Peter S. Ruckman (1989). Copyright, Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. kjv1611.org .  Running Time: 17 hours and 39 minutes.
    93. “Clinton Cash,” 2016 documentary starring Peter Schweizer, author of the book, “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich,” and directed by M.A. Taylor for ARC Entertainment.  Streamed via Amazon Video @https://www.amazon.com/Clinton-Cash-Peter-Schweizer/dp/B01L83ETNQ/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1509115246&sr=8-7&keywords=clinton+cash.  Running Time: 1 hour and 4 Minutes
    94. Common Core: Dangers and Threats,” by Freedom Project Education.  Reproduced and Distribute by The John Birch Society with permission.  (Running Time: 70 Minutes), 2013.
    95. Conspiracy of Silence,” A Yorkshire Television (UK) documentary exposing underground child sex ring based in Omaha, Nebraska and involving a Larry King, Boystown, etc.   Producer Nick Grey and Director Tim Tate. (Running Time 59:53), 1993.
    96. “Copperhead,” a Ron Maxwell Film (2013) starring Billy Campbell, Angus MacFadyen and Peter Fonda.  (Story of northern American citizens who opposed the invasion of the south by President Lincoln and the Union army.)  Rated PG-13.  ©2013 Swordspoint Productions, LLC.   Running Time:  2 Hours.
    97. “Corrie Ten Boom: A Faith Undefeated,” documentary.  © Christian History Institute, www.visionvideo.com.  Distributed by Vision Video, Worcester, PA.  Running Time: 55 Minutes.
    98. “Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean,” narrated by Carl Sagan.  Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).  (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    99. “Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 2: One Voice In The Cosmic Fugue,” narrated by Carl Sagan.  Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).  (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    100. “Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 3: Harmony of the Worlds,” narrated by Carl Sagan.  Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).  (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    101. Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 4: Heaven and Hell,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    102. Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 5: Blues for a Red Planet,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    103. Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 6: Travellers’ Tales,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    104. Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 7: The Backbone of Night,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    105. Cosmos,Season 1, Episode 8: Journeys in Space and Time,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    106. Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 9: The Lives of the Stars,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    107. Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 10: The Edge of Forever,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    108. Cosmos, Season 1,Episode 11: The Persistence of Memory,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    109. “Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 12: Encyclopedia Galactica,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    110. “Cosmos, Season 1, Episode 13: Who Speaks For Earth?,” narrated by Carl Sagan. Produced by KCET, Carl Sagan Productions, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). (Running Time: 60 Minutes), 1980.
    111. Countdown to Eternity ,” Produced by Eternal Productions .  (Running Time: 74 minutes, DVD).
    112. Created Cosmos: A Creation Museum Planetarium Show,” (Special Edition DVD), written and produced by Dr. Jason Lisle.  Copyright 2011 and Distributed by Answers in Genesis USA.  Running Time: 23 minutes (with additional bonus features).
    113. “Cujo,” (Rated R) 1983 feature film based upon the novel by Steven King, starring Dee Wallace, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Danny Pintauro.  Cujo, a friendly St. Bernard, contracts rabies and conducts a reign of terror on a small American town.  Running Time: 1 hour and 33 Minutes.
    114. Cult Leader Thinks He’s Jesus (Documentary Exclusive),” produced by Vice Video and posted at https://www.youtube.com/user/vice, May 16, 2012.  (Running Time 25:48, Streaming in HD)
    115. “Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story Of The Georgia Guidestones,” documentary.  An Adullam Films Production, © 2015.  www.adullamfilms.com.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    116. Dateline NBC, “Jonestown: An American Tragedy,” aired 7/13/2018.  A comprehensive look at the Jonestown Massacre, the largest mass murder-suicide in modern history which cost a total of 918 lives including Jim Jones, Congressman Leo Ryan, NBC reporter Don Harris and others.  Running Time: 45 minutes approx.
    117. Dateline NBC, “Something Wicked,” aired 3/7/2014.  A investigative report on the cold-blooded murder of Skylar Neese, a 16 year old University High School student in Morgantown, WV.  She was stabbed to death by two classmates that she believed were her close friends: Rachel Shoaf and Sheila Eddy.  The murderers were closet lesbian Sodomites and killed Skylar to hide their secret sin.  Running Time: 45 Minutes
    118. “Dead of Winter: The Donner Party,” 2015 documentary.  Recalling the Donner Party’s 1846-47 trek westward from Illinois to California, which took a tragic turn when some members resorted to cannibalism.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    119. Demolition and Destruction,” documentary.  Produced by Jansen Media, 2008.  Running Time 52 minutes.
    120. “Doubt,” 2008 Mirimax feature film.  Starring Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams.  Set in 1964 at St. Nicholas in the Bronx, this tells of the fight by “Sister Aloysius” to expose pedophilia priest “Father Flynn” and have him removed from the parish.  Running Time: 1 Hour 44 minutes.
    121. “Dr. David Livingstone: Missionary Explorer To Africa,” a Gary Wilkinson documentary.  The life of David Livingstone and descriptions of his mission to Africa as he battled language barrier, malaria, the slave trade, etc., to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to South Africa while exploring uncharted territory and attempting to find the source of the Nile River.  © 2011 Gary Wilkinson Productions (www.garywilkinson.eu) and distributed by Vision Video (www.visionvideo.com).  Running Time: 58 Minutes
    122. “Drawing Men To Christ: A Fresh Start,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    123. “Drawing Men To Christ: A Letter From Hell,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    124. “Drawing Men To Christ: A Look In The Furnace,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    125. “Drawing Men To Christ: A Mother’s Request,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    126. “Drawing Men To Christ: Ashamed of Jesus,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    127. “Drawing Men To Christ: Behold The Man,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    128. “Drawing Men To Christ: Body, Soul and Spirit,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    129. “Drawing Men To Christ: Demons And Christians,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    130. “Drawing Men To Christ: Five Surprises In Hell,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    131. “Drawing Men To Christ: God’s Description of the Lost,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    132. Drawing Men To ChristGod’s Program For This Age,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    133. “Drawing Men To Christ: Great White Throne Judgment,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    134. “Drawing Men To Christ: Oceans of Blood,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    135. “Drawing Men To Christ: Past, Present and Future,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    136. “Drawing Men To Christ: Seven Baptisms,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    137. “Drawing Men To Christ: Seven Mysteries,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    138. “Drawing Men To Christ: Seven Sevens,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    139. “Drawing Men To Christ: Sin As A Serpent,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    140. “Drawing Men To Christ: Sins of the Saints,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    141. “Drawing Men To Christ: The 1st and 2nd Coming of Christ,” chalk talk sermon by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time approx. 58 minutes.
    142. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Cup of Devils,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    143. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Death Angel,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    144. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Gospel According To Daniel,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    145. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Greatest Coward,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    146. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Judgment Seat of Christ,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    147. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Offence of the Cross,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    148. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Second Coming of Christ,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    149. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Tabernacle,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    150. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Terrible Text,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    151. “Drawing Men To Christ: The Whole Armour of God,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    152. “Drawing Men To Christ: Tongues,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    153. “Drawing Men To Christ: Trees,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    154. “Drawing Men To Christ: Two Kinds of Repentance,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    155. “Drawing Men To Christ: Where Do The Dead Go?,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    156. “Drawing Men To Christ: Why I Believe the KJV Is The Word of God,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    157. “Drawing Men To Christ: Wounded In The House of My Friends,” chalk talk sermon by Peter S. Ruckman. Produced and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. Running Time: approx. 58 minutes.
    158. Earth First! The Politics of Radical Environmentalism,” Green Rage Productions.  Written and Directed by Christopher Maines.  (Running Time: 60 minutes), 1987.
    159. “Earthquake In The Heartland,” (2009) Mega Disasters episode 5, season 1.  Produced and Directed by Robert Erickson, Creative Differences.  Running Time 45 minutes.
    160. “Elizabeth I,” (1 Season 2006) by HBO Films and Time Warner.  The story of Queen Elizabeth I of England.  Viewed by Amazon Prime streaming video.  Running Time: 3 Hours and 40 Minutes.
    161. “Elvis Presley: The Searcher,” 2018 HBO Documentary film, Parts I & II.  Featuring Elvis Presley (archive footage), Priscilla Presley, Sam Phillips, Colonel Tom Parker, Tom Petty.   Elvis Presley’s evolution as a musician and a man.   Running Time: (Parts 1 and 2) 1 Hour and 45 Minutes each.
    162. “End of the Road: How Money Became Worthless,” documentary by Tim DelMastro, © 2012 by 110th Monkey Films.  Featuring interviews and commentary by Peter Schiff, Eric Sprott, G. Edward Griffin, James Turk, Bill Murphy, Alasdair McLeod, Dimitri Speck, Mike Maloney, Jim Pulplava, Adam Ferguson and James G. Rickards.  Running Time: 55 Minutes (approx.) with an additional 25 Minutes and 30 Seconds of deleted scenes and extended interviews.
    163. Engineering An Empire: The Persians,” (2006) History Channel documentary (Season 1: Episode 8) featuring the rise and fall of the Persian Empire, 580 BC to 320 BC.  Running Time: 45 minutes.
    164. “Everything Is Spiritual,” (2012) Rob Bell lecture.  Running Time: 1 hour 18 minutes.
    165. “Evidence against Evolution and for Creation,” Bowden, Malcom.   Lecture posted on Youtube, October 24, 2011 at: http://youtu.be/2UXclhjZods (54:22)””
    166. Eye of the Phoenix: Secrets of the Dollar Bill,” Written & Directed by Chris Pinto.  Adullam Films (Running Time: 170 minutes, DVD), 2011.
    167. “Evolution,” lectures taught by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman at New Testament Baptist Church in Ft. Myers, FL. © 1990 and Published by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola FL.  Running Time: 2 Hours 17 Minutes
    168. “Evolution Vs. God: Shaking The Foundations of Faith,” (2013) documentary featuring Ray Comfort (Narrator) and Kevan Brighting (Narrator).  Produced and distributed by Living Waters Ministries, Bellflower, CA 90706.  Running Time: 38 Minutes.
    169. “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” (2014 feature film) starring Christian Slater.  A HORRIBLY unbiblical version of the Exodus of Israel with Moses leading the Hebrew Slaves to freedom.  Filled with ridiculous, apocryphal perversions of the story: a bratty child plays “God”, Moses sees the burning bush after being buried up to his face in an avalanche, the waters turn to blood due to a massive killer crocodile invasion, etc.  Running Time 2 Hours and 30 Minutes.
    170. “Explorer: The Cult of Mary,” a documentary produced for National Geographic channel, originally aired December 13, 2015.  Includes information on the six “visionaries” who claimed to have witnessed a Marian Apparition in  Medjugorje, Bosnia, pilgrimages made by people like Becki Berg who was seeking a miraculous cure for cancer (only to die five months after her visit to Medjugorge), as well as the American Marian cult at Caritas compound, lead by Terry Colafrancesco, outside of Birmingham, Alabama.  Running Time: 1 Hour approx.
    171. “Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed,” (PG) 2008 documentary featuring Ben Stein investigating the issue of academic freedom and decides that there is none when it comes to the debate over intelligent design.    Running Time: 1 Hour and 35 Minutes
    172. “Feasts of the Bible,” video lectures presented by Dr. San Nadler.  © 2011, Bristol Works, Inc., and published by Rose Publishing.    ISBN-13: 978-159636-465-3 and ISBN 10: 159636-465-3.  Six 30 Minute session.  Running Time: 3 Hours Approx.  www.feastsofthebible.com.
      1. Sabbath Rest: God’s Redemptive Program
      2. Passover, Unleavened Bread and Firstfruits
      3. Pentecost
      4. Feast of Trumpets
      5. Day of Atonement
      6. Feast of Tabernacles
    173. “Field of Dreams,” Rated PG feature film (1989) produced by Gordon Company, starring Kevin Costner and James Earl Jones.  A bizarre baseball-themed movie about some form of spiritism in which “voices” speak to Costner’s character (Ray Kinsella) and leading him to an eventual necromantic reunion with his father.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 47 Minutes.
    174. “Fiddler On The Roof,” 1971 feature film (Rated G) directed by Norman Jewison, starring Topol, Norma Crane, Leonard Frey.  In pre-revolutionary Russia, a Jewish peasant contends with marrying off three of his daughters while growing anti-Semitic sentiment threatens his village.  An incredible musical portraying East European Jewish cultural, religion and the pogroms (persecution) they faced leading up to World Wars and the establishment of the State of Israel.  Running Time: 3 Hours
    175. “Flat Earth Stupidity Exposed,” video lecture by Malcolm Bowden.  Published on February 5, 2016, streamed June 2, 2016 @https://youtu.be/nCh-tbTd_Pc.  Running Time: 29 Minutes and 37 Second.
    176. “Footprints,” feature film produced by Jim Huggins/Russ Dougherty.  The story of the use of “therapy dogs” in the work of evangelism and outreach.  © 2011 New Shepherd Films LLC.  Running Time: 1 hour and 41 Minutes.
    177. “For The Love of Spock,” 2016 documentary featuring Leonard Nimoy, Zachary Quinto, William Shatner, J.J. Abrams.  Directed and Narrated by Adam Nimoy.  A look back at the life and career of actor Leonard Nimoy, who passed away in 2015.  Includes interviews with his friends and former co-stars, and his interactions with fans.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 51 Minutes.
    178. “Forensic Files: Concrete Alibi,” Season 11, Episode 15.  Produced by Medstar Television and originally aired on TLC (The Learning Channel) Network.  The slaying of a model is investigated, and it is found they her ex-husband and his parents executed her with six shots to the back of the head, dismembered her body and then cast her body in bags into a river.  Moultrie County Sheriff, Jeffrey Thomas, attributes the success of the investigation to the Lord in answer to prayer.  Running Time: 30 Minutes approx.
    179. “Forrest Gump,” (Rated PG-13) 1994 feature film starring Tom Hanks, Robin Wright Penn and Gary Sinise.  Six oscars including Best Picture and Actor (Tom Hanks), went to this extraordinary tale of a simple man who unwittingly becomes involved in some of the key moments of the 20th Cebntury.  Meanwhile, as the remarkable parade of his life goes by, Forrest never forgets Jenny, the girl he loved as a boy, who makes her own journey through the turbulence of the 1960’s and 70’s that is far more troubled than the path Forrest happens upon.  Running Time: 2 Hours and 22 Minutes.
    180. “Fort Knox: Secrets Revealed,” America’s Book of Secrets documentary originally aired by History Channel on February 4, 2012, regarding the U.S. gold bullion depository at Fort Knox, Kentucky.  A&E Home Video DVD release date: Jul 30, 2007.  Running Time: 100 minutes.
    181. “Free State of Jones,” feature film starring  and directged by Matthew McConaughey and including a documentary short titled, “The History of Jones County.”  Running Time (Movie) 2 Hours & 20 Minutes and (Documentary) 18 Minutes.
    182. “Friends For Life,” feature film based upon the story by Charles E. Sellier, starring Michael Flynn, Jimmy Chunga and Tayva Patch.  © 2008, Grizzly Adams Productions.  Running Time:1 Hour and 30 Minutes
    183. Frontline: “Being Mortal,” 2015 PBS documentary.  Explores the intersection of life, death, medicine and what matters in the end.  Aired 2/10/2015. Running Time 1 Hour.
    184. Frontline: “Bitter Rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia,” 2018 PBS documentary.  Part 1 of 2.  An examination of the dangerous rivalry between Iran (Shia) and Saudi Arabia (Sunni), which has plunged the Middle East into sectarian war.  Included: the roles religion and politics play in the perpetual conflict.  Aired 2/20/2018. Running Time: 2 Hours
    185. Frontline: “Bitter Rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia,” 2018 PBS documentary.  Part 2 of 2.  An examination of the dangerous rivalry between Iran (Shia) and Saudi Arabia (Sunni), which has plunged the Middle East into sectarian war. While Iran extends its power from Iraq into Syria and Lebanon, Saudi Arabia is making a stand in Yemen, with deadly consequences for the region.  Aired 2/27/2018. Running Time: 1 Hour
    186. Frontline: “Blackout In Puerto Rico,” 2018 PBS documentary.  Investigating the humanitarian and economic crisis in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.  With NPR, the film examines how the federal response, Wall Stree, and years of neglect have left the island struggling to survive.  Aire 5/1/18.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    187. Frontline:Climate of Doubt,” 2012 PBS documentary.  Explores the massive shift in public opinion on climate change.  Aired 10/23/2012.   Running Time: 1 Hour
    188. Frontline:McCain,” PBS documentary.  Sen. John McCain’s complicated relationship with President Trump and his own Republican Party.  A look at McCain’s life and politics, from POW in Vietnam, to choosing Sarah Palin as running mate to his dramatic vote against the GOP’s health care bill.  Aired 4/17/2018.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    189. Frontline: “Poor Kids,” PBS documentary.  Season 11, Episode 15.  Produced by Medstar Television and originally aired on TLC (The Learning Channel) Network.  The slaying of a model is investigated, and it is found they her ex-husband and his parents executed her with six shots to the back of the head, dismembered her body and then cast her body in bags into a river.  Moultrie County Sheriff, Jeffrey Thomas, attributes the success of the investigation to the Lord in answer to prayer.  Running Time: 30 Minutes approx.
    190. Frontline: “Rape On The Night Shift,” PBS documentary. An investigation of the sexual abuse of immigrant women who work in the janitorial industry.  Aired 6/23/2015. Running Time 1 Hour.
    191. Frontline: “The Secret History of Isis,” 2016 PBS documentary.  Season 36, Episode 15.  A history of ISIS, including its earliest plans and the Islamic radicals who became its leaders.  Also: warning signs missed by America.  Aired 5/17/16.  Running Time: 1 hour
    192. Frontline:Trafficked in America,” 2018PBS documentary. The story of Guatemalan teens forced to work against their will in Ohio.  And investigation of labor trafficking exposes a criminal network the exploited undocumented minors, companies profiting from forced labor, and the U.S. government’s role.  Aired 4/24/18.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    193. Frontline: “Trumps Takeover,” PBS documentary.  Inside President Trump’s high-stakes battle for control of the Republican Party.  Included: How Trump attacked fellow Republicans and used inflammatory rhetoric that rallied his base and further divided the country in his first year as president.  Aired 4/10/2018.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    194. Frontline:Weinstein,” PBS documentary.  Explores how Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein allegedly sexually harassed and abused dozens of women over four decades.  With allegations dating to Weinstein’s early years, the report investigates how he and those around him tried to silence his accusers.  Aired 3/2/2018.  Running Time: 1 Hour
    195. Galileo Was Wrong: A Scientific Documentary On Geocentrism,” Robert Sungenis and Keith Jones.  Length: 4hrs-21min (DVD-1 – 129min | DVD-2 – 132min).  ©2015 CAI Publishing, Inc.  www.gwwdvd.com.
    196. Geoengineering Earth, Exposing The Global Climate Modification Assault,” by Dane Wigington, lead researcher for GeoengineeringWatch.org.  Viewed 3/21/2016 @ https://youtu.be/zt_RQ7o7U_s, Youtube Channel: Dane Wigington.  Running Time 51:27.
    197. “Geostorm,” 2017 feature film starring Gerard Butler, Jim Sturges, Abbie Cornish and Talitha Eliana Bateman.  A sci-fi action film regarding a futuristic earth where catostrophic weather due to “climate change” was averted by a weather-controlling satellite system called, “Dutch Boy”, whose control center was based in the International Space Station.  The over-riding theme was the need to become “one people on one planet” under the United Nations, ending national disputes and providing protection from the sort of “nationalist” plot that unfolds in this film.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 49 Minutes
    198. “Global Warming: A Scientific and Biblical Expose’ of Climate Change,” co-produced by Coral Ridge Ministries in association with Answers In Genesis.  © 2008 by Truth In Action Ministries and Answers In Genesis.  Running Time: 48 Minutes.
    199. God and Stephen Hawking: Do The Laws of Physics Make God Unnecessary,” lecture by John Lennox, PhD.  Response to Stephen Hawking (best-selling author of The Grand Design) in this lecture “God and Stephen Hawking: Do the Laws of Physics Make God Unnecessary?”.  Presented at University Presbyterian Church on August 19, 2011.  Produced by Discovery Institute: Center for Science and Culture.  Running Time: 45 mins.
    200. “God, the Universe and Everything Else,” Magnus Magnusson interviews Stephen Hawking, Arthur C. Clarke and Carl Sagan.  A discussion regarding the Big Bang theory, God, our existence as well as the possibility of extraterrestrial life.  Originally aired in 1988.  Running Time: 51 Minutes.
    201. “Godmakers,” documentary on Mormonism.  Produced and Distributed by Jeremiah Films.  Copyright Jeremiah Films, Inc., 1982.  Running Time: 56 minutes
    202. “Going Clear: Scientology & the Prison of Belief,” (2015) HBO documentary  based on Lawrence Wright’s book of the same name.  Featuring former Scientology high-level member Mike Rinder, Paul Haggis, Jason Beghe, Spanky Taylor, etc., with additional video of the late L. Ron Hubbard, along wi th members who refused to interview for the film including present Church Chairman (successor of Hubbard) David Miscavige, John Travolta, Tom Cruise and others.  Running Time: 2 Hours approx.
    203. “Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio, Something Is Rotten,” Season 1, Episode 1.  Documentary series produced by documentary filmaker Joe Berlinger.  Investigation into six cases of missing women in Ross County (Chillicothe), Ohio.  Aired on Spike TV.  Originally aired and viewd 7-22-2017.  Running Time: 1 Hour approx.
    204. “Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio, The Hunt for A Serial Killer,” Season 1, Episode 2.  Documentary series produced by documentary filmaker Joe Berlinger.  Investigation into six cases of missing women in Ross County (Chillicothe), Ohio.  The town becomes fearful of a serial killer as three more women disappear.  Aired on Spike TV.  Originally aired and viewd 7-29-2017.  Running Time: 1 Hour approx.
    205. “Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio, Deadly Tracks,” Season 1, Episode 3.  Documentary series produced by documentary filmaker Joe Berlinger.  Investigation into six cases of missing women in Ross County (Chillicothe), Ohio.  The opioid epidemic is raging as the town sends out a SWAT team to bust dealers.  Aired on Spike TV.  Originally aired and viewed 8-5-2017.  Running Time: 1 Hour approx.
    206. “Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio, Heroin Highway,” Season 1, Episode 4.  Documentary series produced by documentary filmaker Joe Berlinger.  Investigation into six cases of missing women in Ross County (Chillicothe), Ohio.  Tracking a drug dealer named Dollar Bill’s ruthless drug empire leads investigators to Columbus, where they find two more missing women and evidence of a brutal sex trafficking trade.  Aired on Spike TV.  Originally aired and viewed 8-12-2017.  Running Time: 1 Hour approx.
    207. Gravity,” 2013 feature film Directed by Alfonso Cuarón and Starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.  Warners Bros., rated PG-13.  Fictional drama exploring subjects including the meaning of life, death, afterlife, etc.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 30 Minutes.
    208. Great Performances: “Shakespeare Live! From the Royal Shakespeare Company,” a look at the life and work of William Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of his death, April 23, 2016 (aired 12/23/16).  Featuring Benedict Cumberbatch, Judi Dench, Joseph Fiennes, John Lithgow, Ian McKellen, Helen Mirren, David Suchetand many more.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    209. “Groundhog Day,” 1993 feature film (Rated PG) Directed by Harold Ramis starring Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell, written by Danny Rubin and Harold Ramis.  A weatherman finds himself inexplicably living the same day over and over again.  This film has come to be seen as a very important philosophical work and important contemporary attempt to address the question of existence, the meaning and purpose of life, the question of death, eternity and theism.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 41 Minutes.
    210. “Grow Your Own Vegetables: Seven Easy Steps To Your Own Backyard Produce Department,” Aztext Press.  (Running Time 1 hour and 45 minutes), 2006.
    211. “Gun Safety: Equipping Your Family For Life,” instructional video by In Defense of the Family.  Presented by Steve Ringer, the Founder and Chief Instructor of In Defense of the Family (NRA Certified Instructor, NRA Certified Range Safety Officer, Concealed Handgun License Instructor, Executive Protection Instructor and Specialist, Tactical Weapons Instructor and Founder of the F.I.S.T. System™.  Running Time: 56 Minutes
    212. “Handel’s Messiah,” performed by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.  an English-language oratorio composed in 1741 by George Frideric Handel, with a scriptural text compiled by Charles Jennens from the King James Bible, and from the version of the Psalms included with the Book of Common Prayer.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    213. Happy People: A Year in the Taiga,”   Directed by Werner Herzog, Dmitry Vasyukov. Production Co:Studio BabelsbergProduction Co: Studio Babelsberg.  (Running Time: 90 Minutes), 2010.
    214. “Hearts and Minds,” 1974 documentary Directed by Peter Davis  that confronted the United States’ involvement in Vietnam at the height of the controversy that surrounded it.  Produced by Bert Schneider and Peter Davis.  Blu-Ray Running Time: 2 Hours approx.
    215. “Heaven: One Minute After You Die,” DVD version of two televised documentary shorts.  Part 1: “Heaven: One Minute After You Die,” featuring Joni Eareckson Tada, Randy Alcorn and Erwin Lutzer, and Part 2: “Finding Treasure In The Darkness,” featuring the life story of Joni Eareckson Tada.  © 2005 Our Daily Bread Ministries, Grand Rapid Michigan.  Running Time: 50 Minutes
    216. “Heaven Is For Real,” 2014 feature film (Rated PG) by TriStar Productions, based upon the best-selling book of the same title.  Starring Greg Kinnear, Kelly Reilly and Connor Corum.  The tale of a young boy who suffers a near-death experience and claims to have visited Heaven.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 39 Minutes
    217. Heaven Our Eternal Home: Biblical Images of the Great Beyond,” documentary produced by by Discovery Media Productions, Inc.  Copyright 2003 by Questar, Inc.  Running Time: 60 Minutes.
    218. “Hell and Mr. Fudge,” feature film (based on a true story of Edward Fudge and his transition from orthodox views of Hell to belief in Annihilation, with suggestions of so-called Christian Universalism).  Strarring John Wesley Shipp, Mackenzie Astin, Wes Robertson and Kary Lynn Pratt.  LLT Productions in assocation with D’Artagnan Entertainment.  © 2012 and Produced by Flame Out Productions, a division of LLT Productions, Inc.  ASIN: B00LMUVA06  Running Time: 96 Minutes.
    219. “Hells Bells: The Dangers of Rock n’ Roll,” Directed by Erik Hollander and Eric Holmberg.  Produced by American Portrait Films.  (Running Time: 185 minutes), 1989.
    220. “Here I Stand,” a 2008 documentary film about separation and ecumenism by Christian Media Films.  This film highlights the stand of Bob Jones, Carl McIntire, and Ian Paisley against the backdrop of two historically significant organizations: the neo-evangelical National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) and the fundamentalist American Council of Christian Churches (ACCC).  Running Time: 88 Minutes
    221. “Herod’s Temple: The Temple Jesus Knew,” computerized animation with narration presenting the Biblical description of the Temple in Jerusalem at the time of Christ, as embellished, expanded and enhanced under the supervision of King Herod.  Produced and © by AnimMan Studios (animmanstudios.com) and distributed by Vision Video, Worcester, PA.  Running Time: 30 Minutes
    222. Hidden in Silence,” Tom Radcliffe (Actor), Kellie Martin (Actor), Richard A. Colla (Director).  Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment.  Run Time: 90 minutes.
    223. “How God Opened My Eyes To The AV 1611,” office study presented by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman.  Produced and published by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL.  kjv1611.org  Running Time: Four Tracks, 45 Mins. approximately each.  Total Running Time: 180 Minutes (in total).
    224. “I Am Chris Farley,” documentary featuring interviews with David Spade, Adam Sandler, Christina Applegate, Mike Meyers, Lorne Michaels,Dan Aykroyd, Bo Derek, Rob Lowe, etc.  A touching look at the life of actor and comedian Chris Farley, whose meteoric rise to fame was cut short by his death at the age of 33 from a drug overdose.  Running Time approx. 2 Hours.
    225. “I Am Elizabeth Smart,” (2017) docu-drama produced by Lifetime television network.  Narrated by Elizabeth Smart. The definitive, authorized movie about the harrowing kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart, told from her perspective and with her full participation. In June 2002, Elizabeth Ann Smart (Alana Boden) was a 14-year-old girl when she was abducted from her Salt Lake City home by religious fanatic Brian David Mitchell (Skeet Ulrich). He brought her to a hilly encampment where, with his twisted accomplice Wanda Barzee (Deirdre Lovejoy), he held Elizabeth captive. She was starved, drugged, raped and subjected to bizarre religious rituals until, nine months later, she enabled her own rescue.  Running Time: 1 Hour 27 Minutes
    226. “I Am Evidence,” 2017 HBO documentary directed by Trish Adlesic, Geeta Gandbhir and featuring Mariska Hargitay, Michelle Bretin and Rachell Dissell.  This searing documentary examines the fact that thousands of rape kits in the United States go untested each year, and looks at efforts to combat this injustice.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 35 Minutes.
    227. “Iceland: The Land of Giants,” produced by Vice Video, copyright 2014.  Posted at: http://youtu.be/8A7woRoVwyM, March 19, 2014.  (Running Time 20:39, Streaming in HD)
    228. “If A Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Movement,” Produced by BBC (British Broadcasting Co.) and CPB (Corp. for Public Broadcasting), 2011.  Running Time 84 minutes.
    229. In Search of Ancient Mysteries,” 1973 documentary narrated by Rod Serling.  An examination of mysteries of the ancient world and their connection to the possibility that aliens visited Earth.  This short film became the basis of the long running TV series hosted by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Running Time: 53 Minutes.
    230. “In Search Of: Other Voices,” Season 1, Episode 1 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Examines groundbreaking experiments that show the possibility that plants respond to people’s thoughts.  Originally aired April 17, 1977.  Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    231. “In Search Of: Strange Visitors/Oracle Chamber,” Season 1, Episode 2 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Was Oracle Chamber, which lies beneath New Hampshire’s Mystery Hill, built by ancient Phoenicians who traveled to the continent thousands of years ago?  Originally aired April 24, 1977.   Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    232. “In Search Of: Ancient Aviators/Ancient Flight,” Season 1, Episode 3 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Are there signs of alien visitation here on earth? Might the mysterious markings on the Nazca Plain in Peru be landing instructions for UFOs?  Originally aired April 24, 1977.   Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    233. “In Search Of: The Bermuda Triangle,” Season 1, Episode 4 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Probes a radio broadcast claim that the graveyard of ships and planes is actually a testing area for spacemen.  Originally aired April 27, 1977.   Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    234. “In Search Of: Bigfoot,” Season 1, Episode 5 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  An evaluation of giant footprints and other evidence that some believe prove that the half-man, half-animal creature really exists.  Originally aired April 28, 1977.   Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    235. “In Search Of: Killer Bees,” Season 1, Episode 6 (DVD 1). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  A photographic report from Brazil on the behavior of the bees and genetic experiments underway to stop the savage swarms from reaching the U.S. Originally aired May 1, 1977.  Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    236. “In Search Of: Earthquakes,” Season 1, Episode 7 (DVD 1). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  An examination of the techniques scientists are developing to study seismic activity and predict quakes. Originally aired May 7, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    237. “In Search Of: The Mummy’s Curse,” Season 1, Episode 8 (DVD 1). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Probes the claim that a protective curse on king Tutankhamun’s tomb accounted for a chain of mysterious deaths.Originally aired May 14, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    238. “In Search Of: Martians,” Season 1, Episode 9 (DVD 2).Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Offers the theory that the Red Planet is dying of climate changes and suggests that Earth may face a similar fate. Gerald Soffen is a guest in the episode.  Originally aired May 21, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    239. “In Search Of: Atlantis,” Season 1, Episode 10 (DVD 2). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Explores the possibility that 14 huge stone buildings beneath the waters of The Bahamas, and a 2000-year-old computer part, are part of the lost empire of Atlantis.  Originally aired May 22, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    240. “In Search Of: Psychic Detectives,” Season 1, Episode 11 (DVD 2). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Meet a unique scientific detective squad that uses E.S.P. as an effective crime-solving tool. Originally aired May 26, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    241. “In Search Of: A Call from Space,” Season 1, Episode 12 (DVD 2). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Can the space technologies that discovered other galaxies help us communicate with other life?  Originally aired May 28, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    242. “In Search Of: A Call from Space,” Season 1, Episode 13 (DVD 2). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Do the powers of extrasensory perception really exist, and can they be taught?  Originally aired May 28, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    243. “In Search Of: Nazi Plunder,” Season 1, Episode 14 (DVD 2). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.    Pursues the rumor of Nazi plunder worth billions and a 30-year-old track that could lead to it.  Originally aired May 29, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    244. “In Search Of: Amelia Earhart,” Season 1, Episode 15 (DVD 2). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Runs down rumors that the famous aviatrix, who disappeared during a 1937 flight over the Pacific Ocean, was on a spy mission.  Originally aired June 1, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    245. “In Search Of: Dracula,” Season 1, Episode 16 (DVD 2). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Investigates the life and recorded history of Vlad the Impaler in Romania, with comparisons to the main character of the famous Bram Stoker novel. Originally aired June 8, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    246. “In Search Of: The Easter Island Massacre,” Season 1, Episode 17 (DVD 3). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Provides answers to the mysteries of how 70-ton giant stones came to the remote island and who might have destroyed some of them.  Originally aired June 15, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    247. “In Search Of: Ghosts,” Season 1, Episode 18 (DVD 3). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Studies specters and a parapsychologist’s theory that they are troubled earthbound souls in need of help.  Originally aired June 22, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    248. “In Search Of: Life After Death/Near Death Experiences,” Season 1, Episode 19 (DVD 3). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  A visit to a soul research institute for firsthand accounts of people who claim they have died and come back to life. Originally aired June 29, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    249. “In Search Of: The Loch Ness Monster,” Season 1, Episode 20 (DVD 3). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  A hunt for the leviathan which has so far eluded all expeditions to prove that it truly exists.  Originally aired July 6, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    250. “In Search Of: UFOs,” Season 1, Episode 21 (DVD 3). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  An evaluation of reports by people who have seen “saucers”, and the growing body of evidence that America is regularly being visited by UFOs.  Originally aired July 13, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    251. “In Search Of: Voodoo,” Season 1, Episode 22 (DVD 3). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Experience an actual voodoo rite, and meet a priest dedicated to disarming its effects.  Originally aired July 26, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    252. “In Search Of: Inca Treasures,” Season 1, Episode 23 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Camera crews accompany a Peruvian excavation party in quest of a great Inca city believed lost for 300 years. Originally aired August 11, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    253. “In Search Of: The Magic of Stonehenge,” Season 1, Episode 24 (DVD 3).Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Suggests the site could be the source of a mysterious power that might hold all of Britain in a strange magnetic force field Originally aired September 10, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    254. “In Search Of: The Lost Dutchmen Mine,” Season 2, Episode 1 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Give the history behind the gold rush that has caused many to give up everything to hunt for gold in the old west gold mines.  Originally aired December 24, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    255. “In Search Of: The Man Who Would Not Die,” Season 2, Episode 2 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Details the legend of the count of St. Germain and the numerous modern theories and cults that have adopted these legends as part of their philosophy of religion and doctrinal belief systems.  Originally aired December 31, 1977. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    256. “In Search Of: Firewalkers,” Season 2, Episode 3 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Examines the practice of walking on hot coals in various cultures during various times .  Originally aired January 5, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    257. “In Search Of: Mayan Mysteries,” Season 2, Episode 4 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Examines the culture and life of the Mayan people and provides some thoughts on what might have happened to them to cause them to abandon their highly advanced society in Central America and possibilities on where they went .  Originally aired January 7, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    258. “In Search Of: Astrology,” Season 2, Episode 5 (DVD 1).   Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  The subject of astrology is discussed with Syndey Omarr who’s annual books on the subject were very popular in the 1970s.  Originally aired January 12, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    259. “In Search Of: Michael Rockefeller,” Season 2, Episode 6 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  The fifth child of New York Governor Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, and a fourth-generation member of the Rockefeller family, disappeared during an expedition in the Asmat region of southwestern Netherlands New Guinea.  Originally aired January 21, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    260. “In Search Of: Hurricanes,” Season 2, Episode 7 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Documents the power of the Hurricane by showing the aftermath of the worst on record and discussing the devastating consequences of a “direct hit” on places like Miami Beach, Forida.  Originally aired January 26, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    261. “In Search Of: Ogopogo Monster,” Season 2, Episode 8 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  The Ogopogo Monster is a legendary creature, which is said to live in a lake in British Columbia. We’re shown some video evidence of what some believe is the monster and then we get to hear about its history as well as one encounter with a human.  Originally aired January 28, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    262. “In Search Of: Pyramid Secrets,” Season 2, Episode 9 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Examines the pyramids of Egypt and how they were possibly built as well as what purpose they could have served.   Originally aired February 4, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    263. “In Search Of: The Dead Sea Scrolls,” Season 2, Episode 10 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  In 1945 a Bedouin shepherd boy discovered writings which are over 2,000 years old, and the program looks at these scrolls and the effect they have had on organized religion.  Originally aired February 9, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    264. “In Search Of: Reincarnation,” Season 2, Episode 11 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Examines the possibility of reincarnation through various ways of exploring one’s past lives. Originally aired February 11, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    265. “In Search Of: The Shark Worshipers,” Season 2, Episode 12 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Reveals the existence of savage tribes who worship sharks and shows the rituals performed in order to appease the “shark god” while also discussing the reality that this culture and these practices are disappearing.  Originally aired February 18, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    266. “In Search Of: Anastasia,” Season 2, Episode 13 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Did Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov survive the murder of her Royal Russian family by the Soviet Union and escape to the West?  NOTE: This was produced years before Anna Anderson Manahan, as she in time came to be known, was proven, through DNA evidence which could not have been forensically examined at the time, to have been an impostor. Originally aired February 23, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    267. “In Search Of: The Secrets of Life,” Season 2, Episode 14 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Scientists try to discover the secret of human DNA, and uncover if its possible to prolong human life by conducting experiments in extracting various DNA to determine its longevity and molecular makeup. Originally aired February 25, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    268. “In Search Of: Immortality,” Season 2, Episode 15 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Profiles how some people plan to potentially prolong their life span by decades, some by lifestyle choice, others by medical science (and DNA-manipulation) while others have turned to things like Kryogenics.   Originally aired February 27, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    269. “In Search Of: The Swamp Monster,” Season 2, Episode 16 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Does a monster exist in the Honey Island swamp which lies only an hour away from New Orleans? Several witnesses provide testimony that it does.   Originally aired March 4, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    270. “In Search Of: Hypnosis,” Season 2, Episode 17 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Investigation into the history of Hypnosis with a biographical sketch of Mesmer, while looking into it’s use by police investigators as opposed to it’s use on stage by comics.  Originally aired March 9, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    271. “In Search Of: Troy,” Season 2, Episode 18 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Documentary tale of the wealthy Heinrich Schliemann defying the majority of “scholars” and archaeologists and following the evidence until he unearthed Troy and many other incredible discoveries.  Originally aired March 11, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    272. “In Search Of: Witch Doctors,” Season 2, Episode 19 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   An investigation into the witch doctor, a very real and important position of power and authority in those tribes and cultures.  This expose’ shows that some of the “powers” are authentic uses of herbs and primitive pharmaceutical concoctions, as well as the use of the power of suggestion, placebo and cultic mind control.  Originally aired March 18, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    273. “In Search Of: Haunted Castles,” Season 2, Episode 20 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   A documentary examining the claims of hauntings and appearances of deceased historic characters like Henry VIII, the mysterious Screaming Skull and various others such as men who were either killed in freak accidents or were executed for crimes.  Originally aired April 27, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    274. “In Search Of: Butch Cassidy,” Season 2, Episode 21 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   A biographical look at the legendary criminal thief named Robert Leroy Parker but best known as Butch Cassidy.  This documentary appears to provide convincing evidence of the fact that Cassidy was not killed in South America, as many history works claim, but visited his family and died of natural causes at his home in the U.S.  Originally aired May of 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    275. “In Search Of: Deadly Ants,” Season 2, Episode 22 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   A look at the billions of fire ants that march across the southern United States and the failure so far of all attempts to stop them.  Originally aired May of 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    276. “In Search Of: The Coming Ice Age,” Season 2, Episode 23 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   A look at the billions of fire ants that march across the southern United States and the failure so far of all attempts to stop them.  Originally aired May of 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    277. “In Search Of: The Garden of Eden,” Season 2, Episode 24 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Using the Old Testament as a road map, researchers attempt to trace the possible site of the original Garden to India, China, and an island off the coast of Saudi Arabia.  Originally aired June 1, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    278. “In Search Of: UFO Captives,” Season 3, Episode 1 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Examination of claims made by a family in Utah, a man in Wyoming on a hunting excursion, etc. of being abducted (kidnapped) and held captive on UFO’s: A Close Encounter of the Fourth Kind.  Originally aired September 14, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    279. “In Search Of: Tornadoes,” Season 3, Episode 2 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Investigation of the power of Tornadoes including interviews with scientists who explain what was known of the formation, creation, development and power of tornadoes in 1978, as well as providing the best tornado video ever filmed (to that point).  Originally aired September 21, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    280. “In Search Of: Cloning,” Season 3, Episode 3 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Amazing look at what was “cutting edge” cloning technology in the late 1970’s.  Several predictions made have come true.  Originally aired September 28, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    281. “In Search Of: Water Seekers/Dowsing,” Season 3, Episode 4 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Examination of the practice of “dowsing” which is seen by some as “occultic” while others have scientific theories behind the practice and the relative success that many appear to have using the practice to find water for well-drilling.   Originally aired October 5, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    282. “In Search Of: Jack The Ripper,” Season 3, Episode 5 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   A review of the investigation of the famed serial murders committed by the man only known as, “Jack The Ripper”.  Among the theories is that his real identity was known but coverd up due to a connection with Freemasonry that leads to the royal family.  Originally aired October 12, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    283. “In Search Of: Cryogenics,” Season 3, Episode 6 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Documentary showing the state of technology in the field of Cryogenics in 1978 and, including discussions of the moral, ethical, religious and spiritual implications, as well as the incredible hurdles that remain to be overcome if Cryogenics is to ever be successful.  Originally aired October 19, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    284. “In Search Of: Siberian Fireball,” Season 3, Episode 7 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   Documentary investigation of the massive explosion on June 30, 1908 in Siberia that was ten times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima nearly 4 decades later. Originally aired October 26, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    285. “In Search Of: The Great Lakes Triangle,” Season 3, Episode 8 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Expose’ on the disappearance of ships and planes in the Great Lakes region in a triangle comparable to the Bermuda Triangle, only not as well known or publicized. Originally aired November 2, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    286. “In Search Of: Monster Hunters,” Season 3, Episode 9 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Leonard Nimoy investigates what compels scientists and teachers to pursue a man-like beast in Northern California.  Originally aired November 9, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    287. “In Search Of: Bermuda Triangle Pirates,” Season 3, Episode 10 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Luxurious yachts are disappearing off the coast of Florida. Are pirates trafficking in drugs to blame?  Originally aired December 7, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes.
    288. “In Search Of: Indian Astronomers,” Season 3, Episode 11 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Recent excavations in southern Illinois provide tantalizing glimpses at Native American use of astronomy.  Originally aired December 14, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    289. “In Search Of: Sherlock Holmes,” Season 3, Episode 12 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  A look at surprising new clues that indicate the famed super sleuth actually did exist, after a fashion. Original broadcast.   Originally aired December 21, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    290. “In Search Of: Lost Vikings,” Season 3, Episode 13 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  The story of Viking Erik the Red’s descendants, who left Scandinavia and arrived in northern Canada centuries before Columbus.   Originally aired December 28, 1978. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    291. “In Search Of: Dreams and Nightmares,” Season 3, Episode 14 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Our dreams provide clues to the dark world of our unconscious mind, but can we learn to control them?  Originally aired January 4, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    292. “In Search Of: Animal ESP,” Season 3, Episode 15 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Dramatic scenes attempt to demonstrate that close communication between people and their pets may be due to more than emotional bonds. Originally aired January 11, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    293. “In Search Of: The Money Pit Mystery,” Season 3, Episode 16 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  A true tale of hidden treasure and mysterious death. Six people have died in the scramble to dig up the Oak Island treasures, supposedly buried by Captain Kidd. Originally aired January 18, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    294. “In Search Of: Psychic Sea Hunt,” Season 3, Episode 17 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  A team of psychics gives scientists the exact description and location of an unknown shipwreck, and a submarine hunt proves them right. Originally aired January 25, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    295. “In Search Of: The Angel of Death,” Season 3, Episode 18 (DVD 3). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  dramatic inquiry into whether or not scientific proof exists for the legend of the Biblical Great Flood.  Originally aired February 1, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    296. “In Search Of: Noah’s Flood,” Season 3, Episode 19 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal tracks infamous war criminal Josef Mengele to his hiding place in Paraguay.  Originally aired February 8, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    297. “In Search Of: The Diamond Curse,” Season 3, Episode 20 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Why do mystery and tragedy plague the owners of great gems like the Hope Diamond?   Originally aired February 15, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    298. “In Search Of: Ghostly Stakeout,” Season 3, Episode 21 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  In a haunted house, a psychic team contacts troubled spirits that live on after death.   Originally aired February 22, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    299. “In Search Of: Brain Power,” Season 3, Episode 22 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  A study of the incredible hidden potential of the human mind, including the possibility that average people can become geniuses.  Originally aired March 17, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    300. “In Search Of: Sodom & Gomorrah,” Season 3, Episode 23 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Studies evidence developed by archaeologists suggesting that the two wicked cities existed on the site of a crater now filled in by the Dead Sea.   Originally aired May 10, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    301. “In Search Of: King Tut” Season 3, Episode 24 (DVD 3).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Investigates the ancient Egyptian monarch’s final days. Was he a beloved leader who died a natural death or did court intrigues lead to his assassination?   Originally aired May 17, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    302. “In Search Of: Tidal Waves” Season 4, Episode 1 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  See a reenactment of the incredible destruction wrought by the tsunami (giant sea wave) that struck Hawaii in 1960.   Originally aired September 20, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    303. “In Search Of: Carlos, the Most Wanted Man in the World” Season 4, Episode 2 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  The World’s Most Wanted Man: A chilling profile of the playboy-turned-terrorist, called Carlos the Jackal who was called “The World’s Most Wanted Man.”  In 1994, Carlos was given up to French intelligence by the Government of Sudan, was charged and subsequently convicted of murder of an informant and is serving a life term in prison, which was lengthened with an additional life term for a terrorist attack on French soil.   Originally aired September 27, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    304. “In Search Of: The Amityville Horror” Season 4, Episode 3 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  The Amityville Horror: A dream house in a lovely suburb becomes a nightmare when the owners discover an evil presence. The house was the site of a family massacre in 1974. It would later inspire the 1979 movie & its 2005 remake.   Originally aired October 4, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    305. “In Search Of: UFO Australia” Season 4, Episode 4 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  UFO Australia: Actual film footage of unidentified flying objects flying Down Under. Includes interview with New Zealand pilot and author, Bruce Cathie.   Originally aired October 11, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    306. “In Search Of: Immortal Sharks” Season 4, Episode 5 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  UFO Australia: Actual film footage of unidentified flying objects flying Down Under. Includes interview with New Zealand pilot and author, Bruce Cathie.   Originally aired October 18, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    307. “In Search Of: The Lost Colony of Roanoke” Season 4, Episode 6 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  The Lost Colony of Roanoke: A look at new evidence which offers an intriguing theory about where the colonists went.   Originally aired October 25, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    308. “In Search Of: The Shroud of Turin” Season 4, Episode 7 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  The Shroud of Turin: An in-depth examination of the famed cloth that many believe holds the image of Jesus Christ.   Originally aired November 8, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    309. “In Search Of: Mexican Pyramids” Season 4, Episode 8 (DVD 1).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  The bloody story of the great pyramids, which were used for daily human sacrifices.   Originally aired November 15, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    310. “In Search Of: The Abominable Snowman” Season 4, Episode 9 (DVD 2). Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.  Examines the experiences of the explorers who say they have actually sighted the legendary creature.  Originally aired November 22, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    311. “In Search Of: Pompeii” Season 4, Episode 10 (DVD 2).  Syndicated television documentary series, narrated by Leonard Nimoy and produced by Alan Landsburg.   This great Roman city was a wealthy resort and mecca for fun-lovers before it was destroyed by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. Were early Christians among the Roman revelers? Originally aired November 29, 1979. Running time: Approx. 22 Minutes
    312. Indoctrinate U: Our Education, Their Politics,” documentary.  An Evan Coyne Maloney film presented by On The Fence Films.  Running Time: 87 minutes.
    313. “Indoctrination: Public Schools and The Decline of Christianity In America,” documentary.  © 2011, Gunn Productions in association with The Exodus Mandate and Christian Liberty Academy School System.  www.indoctrinationmovie.com, Running Time: 102 Minutes.
    314. Interstellar,” 2014 feature film Directed by Christopher Nolan and Starring: Anne Hathaway, Matthew McConaughey.  Paramount Pictures, Rated PG-13.  Fictional drama exploring concepts in “alternate universes” or “alternate realities” of space and time.    Runtime: 2 hours, 49 minute
    315. “Into The Night,” 2017 PBS documentary.  Nine men and women grapple with death.  They come from all walks of like, all ages, the dying and the healthy, believers and skeptic (no fundamental, Bible believing Christians), some recognizable, some obscure.  They have been shocked into mortality and are forever changed.  Aired on WOSU, 3/28/2018.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    316. “Into The Storm,” (2009) story of Winston Churchill during World War 2, Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Clive Mantle.  HBO Films.  Viewed with Amazon Prime streaming video.  Runtime: 1 hour, 38 minutes
    317. “Is Genesis History,” 2016 documentary produced by Compass Cinema.  Del Tackett of “The Truth Project” hikes through canyons, climbs mountains, and dives below the sea to examine two competing views – one compelling truth. Interviews with: Steve Austin, Kevin Anderson, Andrew Snelling, George Grant, Steven Boyd, Robert Carter, Art Chadwick, Danny Faulkner,  Kurt Wise, etc.  Running Time: 1 Hour 40 Minutes.
    318. “Islam Against Itself,” audio office studies by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. © and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL. 4 Tracks, approx. 3 Hours 52 Minutes.
    319. “Israel: A Deadly Piece of Dirt, Volume 1,” studies by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. A Twenty-One Month Sunday School Study On the Nation of Israel.  Recorded 1999-2001.  © and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL.  kjv1611.org.  14 Tracks, Running Time: 20 Hours 36 Minutes.
    320. “Israel: A Deadly Piece of Dirt, Volume 2,” studies by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. A Twenty-One Month Sunday School Study On the Nation of Israel.  Recorded 1999-2001.  © and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL.  kjv1611.org.  14 Tracks, Running Time: 20 Hours 37 Minutes.
    321. “Israel: A Deadly Piece of Dirt, Volume 3,” studies by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman. A Twenty-One Month Sunday School Study On the Nation of Israel.  Recorded 1999-2001.  © and Distributed by Bible Baptist Bookstore, Pensacola, FL.  kjv1611.org.  13 Tracks, Running Time: 16 Hours 58 Minutes.
    322. Israel On Location: A Biblical Study of the History, Covenants, and People of Israel,” Bible study documentary featuring Pastor Chuck Smith of Calvary Capel, Costa Mesa, CA.  Copyright 2006, Produced and Distributed by The Word For Today, Costa Mesa, CA.  Running Time: 8 Hours Approx.
    323. “Israel, Islam and Armageddon: How Near Is The Final Battle For Jerusalem,” produced by Berean Call Ministries with Dave Hunt.  (Running Time: 60 minutes), 2006. 
    324. “Jerusalem: The Covenant City,” feature length documentary from Hatikvah Film Foundation, narrated and hosted by Lance Lambert.  “This program is scripted from the open and unapologetic perspective of the producers that the land of Jerusalem and Israel is an irrevocable gift of God to the Jewish people.”  Part 1 traces the past prophetic history of the holy city and Part 2 explores what the Bible has to say to Jerusalem’s present and future.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 48 Minutes
    325. “Jesus: Fact or Fiction,” interactive, educational presentation featuring clips from the movie, “Jesus,” © 1980, 2003 Inspirational Films, Inc., and interviews with Josh McDowell, Ravi Zacharias, Lee Strobel, Paul Maier, Gary Habermas, William Dembski and Darrell Brock.  This edition, © 1979, Inspirational Films Inc.  Running Time: 94 Minutes (with 4 1/2 hourse of special features).
    326. “Jesus: Who Do Men Say That I Am,” 1994 documentary on the views of Jesus Christ and, more specifically, the historic Christian view compared to those of various other religions as represented by leaders and teachers with ministerial and academic credentials in those religions.  The case is made for the Deity of Jesus Christ with uncensored, honest rebuttal.   Produced by Horizons Television, Inc., Great Falls Virginia.  Distributed by Vision Video.  Aired 3/13/18 on Trinity Broadcasting Network.  Running Time: 48 Minutes.
    327. “JFK: The Final Hours,” 2013 documentary written and directed by Erik Nelson, narrated by Bill Paxton.   Production Company: National Geographic Channel.  Running Time: 2 hours
    328. “JFK: The Lost Bullet,” a 2011 National Geographic documentary that attempts to prove that the Warren Commission report is accurate, that there was only one shooter and 3 bullets fired (and traced).  [An incredibly shabby presentation in my opinion.–G.M.]  Running Time: 1 Hour
    329. “John Adams,” (1 Season, 2008) docu-drama HBO miniseries.  Starring: Paul Giamatti, Laura Linney.  Directed by Tom Hooper.    Running Time: 8 Hours approx.
    330. John DeCamp – The Franklin Cover-up: Child Abuse, Satanism & Murder in Nebraska,” interview presented by The National Leadership Conference.  Interviewed by John Morrow.  (Running Time: 1 Hour)
    331. “John Wycliffe: The Morning Star,” feature film (dramatic biography of the life of the 14th century scholar and cleric who translated the Bible into English for the first time).  Distributed by Vision Video, Worcester, PA.  © Gateway Films.  Running Time: 75 Minutes.
    332. “Johnny Cash The Man In Black: A Documentary,” Copyright 2005, produced and distributed by Timeless Media Group, Eugene, OR, 97402.  DVD Running Time: 51 Minutes and 30 Seconds.
    333. “Johnstown Flood,” a Mark and Michael Bussler documentary film, narrated by Richard Dreyfuss.  © 2003, Inecom Entertainment Company.  www.johnstownflood.com  Running Time: 64 Minutes.
    334. “Jonestown: The Women Behind The Massacre,” 2018 documentary by A& E Network.  A look at the four women behind the 1978 Jonestown Massacre in Guyana: Jim Jones’ wife Marceline Jones and three mistresses Carolyn Layton, Maria Katsaris and Annie Moore.  The mass murder and suicides left 918 people dead.  Running Time: 2 Hours
    335. “Ken Burns: America’s Storyteller,” A tribute to documentarian Ken Burns features Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, George Lucas, Wynton Marsalis, Yo-Yo Ma, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Sam Waterston and Doris Kearns Goodwin.  
    336. “King James Bible Debate,” featuring Dr. Peter S. Ruckman vs. Gary Hudson.  Debate took place July 21, 1990 on the campus of Faith Bible College and Seminary.  STATEMENT DEBATED: “There are no translation errors or mistakes in the King James Bible.”  Running Time: Approximately 1 Hour and 30 Minutes.
    337. “King James Onlyism Heresy (Part 1): Origins – A Seventh-day Adventist Invention,” panel discussion produced by Christian Answers TV.   Hosted by Pastor Jackson Boyett, featuring Gary Hudson of Baptist Biblical Heritage and Bob Ross of Pilgrim Publications.  Posted at: https://youtu.be/0NAuJVFjEjs and retrieved 5/10/2016.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 3 Minutes.
    338. Kinsey Syndrome, The” Written & Directed by Christian J. Pinto.  Produced by Joe Schimmel & Christian J. Pinto (Running Time 164:12, DVD)
    339. “Knowing,” 2009 feature film starring Nicolas Cage, Chandler Canterbury and Rose Byrne.  A list removed from an unearthed 50 year old time capsule contains deadly predictions that have transpired, and a teacher (Cage) tries to stop the calamity from coming true but has trouble convincing people of the inevitability of the predictions.  Apocalyptic themes with Biblical undertones.  Running Time 2 Hours and 1 Minute.
    340. Landmark Case: Brandenburg VS. Ohio (1969).  C-SPAN discussion forum featuring Nadine Strossen (former ACLU President, 1991-2008) and Kate Fallow (Columbia U. Knight First Amendment Institute, Senior Attorney and moderated by Susan Swain..   Brandenburg v. Ohio established the Imminent Lawless Action test used to determine when speech protected under the First Amendment can be lawfully restricted. In Brandenburg, the Court held that hate speech is protected under the First Amendment as long as it does not provoke violence.  Aired 4/16/18.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 30 Minutes.
    341. Landmark Case: Tinker VS. Des Moines (1969).C-SPAN discussion forum featuring
      Erik Jaffe (Federalist Society -Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair) and Mary Beth Tinker (Petitioner in the Tinker v. Des Moines Independent).  Tinker v. Des Moines determined it was a First Amendment violation for public schools to punish students for expressing themselves. In a 7-2 decision, the Court concluded that the rights of children are parallel to the rights of adults and that “students are entitled to freedom of expression of their views.”  Aired 4/23/2018.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 30 Minutes
    342. “Last Ounce of Courage: A Story of Family, Faith and Freedom,” 2012 feature film.  Starring Marshall Teague, Jennifer O’Neill, Fred Williamson, Nikki Novak and Rusty Joiner.  A man chooses to stand up for religious freedom, freedom of speech and liberty of conscience against the A.C.L.U. and liberal forces.  Running Time: 1 Hour and 39 Minutes
    343. “Leah Remini on the Cult of Scientology,” on Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO).  Aired February 2017.  “Scientology and the Aftermath” creator and host Leah Remini joins Bill to discuss the challenges of leaving the Church of Scientology.  Viewed via Youtube 8/24/17.  Running Time: 8 Minutes 23 seconds.
    344. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “Ask Me Anything,” (Season 1, Episode 0) LIFETIME documentary series. Leah answers viewer questions from her Reddit Ask Me Anything sit down.  Running Time: 44 Minutes approx.
    345. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “Disconnection,” (Season 1, Episode 1) LIFETIME documentary series.  In the series premiere, Leah Remini begins her examination of Scientology by traveling to Seattle to meet with a former executive, who reveals shocking details that motivate Leah to dig deeper into the religion.  Running Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    346. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “Fair Game,” (Season 1, Episode 2) LIFETIME documentary series.  Leah visits the spiritual headquarters to meet with Mike Rinder, who was tasked with discrediting critics of the church before leaving it himself. Running Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    347. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “The Bridge,” (Season 1, Episode 3) LIFETIME documentary series.  Leah meets with a former parishioner, who details how her ties to the church impacted her relationship with her son.  Running Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    348. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “A Leader Emerges,” (Season 1, Episode 4) LIFETIME documentary series.  David Miscavige’s leadership is examined, featuring insight from Mscavige’s father and other former church members.  Running Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    349. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “Golden Era,” (Season 1, Episode 5) LIFETIME documentary series.  Fundraisers are examined as Leah sits down with a former organizer who planned events for the church through the Golden Era production company.  Running Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    350. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “Auditing,” (Season 1, Episode 6) LIFETIME documentary series.  Leah sits down with Aaron Smith_Levin, a former prodigy of the Scientology’s auditing program, whose twin brother was dismissed from the program, leading to a painful tragedy.  Running Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    351. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “Enemies of the Church,” (Season 1, Episode 7) A & E documentary series.  Leah gets an ominous letter from the church accusing her of provoking hate crimes and sits down with a young man who committed one of those crimes.  Later: she considers other methods of action.  Running Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    352. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “Ask Me Anything 2,” (Season 1, Episode 8) A & E documentary series. Leah and Mike Rinder host a second Q&A session to answer the many questions posted on social media. They are joined by several special guests: Lawrence Wright, the author of “Going Clear;” Ray Jeffrey, one of few lawyers to take the Church on in court; and Steve Hassan, an author known for his studies in cult behavior and deprogramming.Running Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    353. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “Merchants of Fear,” (Season 1, Episode 9) A & E documentary series. Leah Remini and Mike Rinder explore the historical relationship between the Church of Scientology and its often vocal critics. A series of special guests candidly describe their personal experiences investigating controversial stories about the Church and how the Church has responded to their work.  Running Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    354. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “Thetans In Young Bodies,” (Season 2, Episode 1) A & E documentary series.  Leah Remini and Mike Rinder  Running meet with two women raised in the now defunct Cadet Org of the Church of Scientology and learn about their stories of abandonment and sexual abuse.  Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    355. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “The Ultimate Failure of Scientology,” (Season 2, Episode 2) A & E documentary series.  Leah learns about tragic stories of two young men who turned to the Church (of Scientology) amid battles with despression and suicidal thoughts, only to end up killing themselves.  Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    356. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “The Perfect Scientology Family,” (Season 2, Episode 3) A & E documentary series. Liz Gale, a third generation Scientologist, was raised to believe that Scientology had the equation to create the perfect family. Leah and Mike sit down with her to hear how what was supposed to be “happily ever after” ended in abandonment, death and the demise of what could have been the family that had it all.  Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    357. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “The Bridge To Total Freedom,” (Season 2, Episode 4) A & E documentary series. In Scientology, the goal of every Scientologist is to ascend to the top of the “Bridge to Total Freedom.” Ex-Scientologists Leah Remini and Mike Rinder will lead a round table discussion to break down what “The Bridge” is and why Scientologists spend years of their lives and thousands of dollars to reach the coveted top. Mike and Leah will be joined by ex-Sea Org Officer Bruce Hines and Leah’s mother who reached the top of the Bridge, plus two former members, who currently still practice Scientology outside the church.  Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    358. Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, “The Rise of David Mascaviage,” (Season 2, Episode 5) A & E documentary series.  Leah and Mike spotlight David Miscaviage, the head of the Church of Scientology, and sit down with his former body men, including the former head of security at Gold Base Headquarters, to discuss how Miscaviage maneuvered his way into power and how he continues to be untouchable.  Time: 47 Minutes approx.
    359. “Letter To The Emporer (Bible Chronology),” episode of, “Creation in the 21st Century,” produced by The Creation Evidence Museum and hosted by Dr. Carl Baugh, interviewing Dr. Floyd Nolen Jones.  Aired originally on TBN.  Accessed on Youtube.  (Running Time 27:25)
    360. “Lincoln,” 2012 (PG-13) feature film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring  Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, David Strathairn.  As the War continues to rage, America’s president struggles with continuing carnage on the battlefield as he fights with many inside his own cabinet on the decision to emancipate the slaves.  Running Time: 2 Hours and 30 Minutes
    361. “Linking Up Sudan: See How Young Believers Live For Christ,  an educational presentation by VOM and LINK International.   © 2003, Voice of the Martyrs (VOM), Inc.   Running Time: 20 Minutes (with 12 minutes of additional material).
    362. “Living Waters: Intelligent Design In The Oceans Of The Earth,” documentary © 2015 Illustra Media. Filmed in Canada, Bermuda, Polynesia, Mexico, and the United States showing the biological systems that make life in the oceans possible.  Each section features research and compelling evidence for purpose and design, challenging scientific materialism with the timeless truth about the origin and complexity of life on Earth.  Running Time: 68 minutes
    363. “Living With Lincoln,” 2015 HBO documentaryFilmmaker Peter Kunhardt examines how a collection of Abraham Lincoln photos and memorabilia have profoundly shaped the lives of five generations of his family.  Running Time: 1 Hour 14 minutes.
    364. Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup,” documentary narrated by Daniel Sunjata.  A Dylan Avery Film, Copyright 2009 Collective Mind Media Co., and Microcinema International.  Running Time 99 minutes.
    365. “Lost City of Atlantis,” National Geographic documentary.  Narrated by Ted Marcoux.  Produced by Associated Producers Ltd., in association with the Discovery Channel and National Geographic Channel.  Copyright 2011, AP Lost Cities Productions.  Running Time: 45 Minutes app.
    366. “Marjoe,” (1972) Part documentary, part expose, this film follows one-time child evangelist Marjoe Gortner on the “church tent” Revivalist circuit, commenting on the showmanship of Charismatic Faith-Healers and “the religion business”.   Featuring Marjoe Gortner and Producer Sarah Kernochan.  Cinema X, Mauser Productions.  Running Time: 88 Minutes
    367.   “Mark Twain,” a documentary film directed by Ken Burns and narrated by Keith David (2002).  Produced by Florentine Films in association with WETA and distributed by PBS (Public Broadcasting System).  Running Time: 3 Hours 32 Minutes.  Also includes:
      – Interviews with Director Ken Burns and Writer Dayton Duncan.  Running Time: 20 Minutes 6 Seconds.
      – A Conversation with Ken Burns.  Running Time: 10 Minutes 23 Seconds.
      – Mark Twain Quotes and Photographs.  Running Time: 6 Minutes 49 Seconds.
      – Ken Burns: Making History.  Running Time: 7 Minutes 16 Seconds.
      – Interview Outtakes.  Running Time: 24 Minutes 45 Seconds.
    368. “Martin Luther,” 1953 biographic feature film of the life of Martin Luther, starring Niall MacGinnis and Directed by Irving Pichel.  © Lutheran Church Productions (1953).  Running Time: 1 Hour and 45 Minutes.
    369. Megiddo: The March to Armageddon (Bible Prophecy & The New World Order),documentary Produced by Adullam Films.  Director:  Christian J. Pinto, 2004.  (Running Time: 135 minutes, DVD)
    370. Megiddo II: The New Age,” documentary Produced by Adullam Films.  Director:  Christian J. Pinto, 2005.  (Running Time: 180 minutes, DVD)
    371. Messages From Heaven: A Biblical Examination of the Apparitions of the Virgin Mary in the End Times,” documentary.  Copyright 2004 and Produced by Eternal Productions.  Running Time: 79 Minutes.
    372. Metamorphosis: The Beauty & Design of Butterflies,” documentary produced by and Copyright 2011, Illustra Media.  Running Time: 64 minutes.
    373. “Mission Pluto,” 2015 documentary produced by National Geographic Channel.  An in-depth look at the mission to explore Pluto with the cutting-edge spacecraft New Horizons.  Running Time: 1 hour.
    374. Moody Science Classics: “Dust Or Destiny,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1949, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 28 minutes approx.
    375. Moody Science Classics: “Experience With An Eel,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1959, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 24 minutes approx.
    376. Moody Science Classics: “Facts of Faith,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1956, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 28 minutes approx.
    377. Moody Science Classics: “God of Creation,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1945, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 28 minutes approx.
    378. Moody Science Classics: “God of the Atom,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1957, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 28 minutes approx.
    379. Moody Science Classics: “Hidden Treasures,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1957, 1987, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 28 minutes approx.
    380. Moody Science Classics: “Journey of Life,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1985, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 40 minutes approx.
    381. Moody Science Classics: “Mystery of the Three Clocks,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1955, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 29 minutes approx.
    382. Moody Science Classics: “Of Books and Sloths,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1954, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 29 minutes approx.
    383. Moody Science Classics: “Prior Claim” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1953, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 28 minutes approx.
    384. Moody Science Classics: “Professor and The Prophets,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1961, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 30 minutes approx.
    385. Moody Science Classics: “Red River of Life,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1952, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 30 minutes approx.
    386. Moody Science Classics: “Signposts Aloft,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1967, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 28 minutes approx.
    387. Moody Science Classics: “Tim and Eternity,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1955, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 43 minutes approx.
    388. Moody Science Classics: “Ultimate Adventure,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1971, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 28 minutes approx.
    389. Moody Science Classics: “Voice of the Deep,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1956, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 30 minutes approx.
    390. Moody Science Classics: “Where The Waters Run,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1975, 1986, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 28 minutes approx.
    391. Moody Science Classics: “Windows of the Soul,” a Moody Institute of Science Presentation.  Produced by Moody Publishers, a ministry of Moody Bible Institute and © 1975, 1985, 1998 Moody Publishers: Chicago, IL.  www.moodypublishers.com.  Running Time: 30 minutes approx.
    392. “Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure,” written and produced by Kirk Cameron.  CamFam Studios and Pyro Pictures.  (Running Time: 90 minutes), 2013.