This year, biblical films are fruitful and multiplying

Charlton Heston starred as Moses in <em>The Ten Commandments </em>in 1956. Cecil B. DeMille's film "was really a Cold War film," says professor William Romanowski. "And he, at the beginning of the film, comes out from behind a curtain and stands on a stage and announces that this is the story of the beginning of the birth of freedom."
Charlton Heston starred as Moses in The Ten Commandments in 1956. Cecil B. DeMille's film "was really a Cold War film," says professor William Romanowski. "And he, at the beginning of the film, comes out from behind a curtain and stands on a stage and announces that this is the story of the beginning of the birth of freedom."