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Watch the Photodrama of Creation

The Photo-Drama of Creation was produced at the time of the Early Watchtower under the direction of it’s president, Charles Taze Russell.  It was in 4 parts, altogether for 8 hours.  The completed production premiered in January 1914 in New York and was presented worldwide, being viewed by over 9 million people.   It has the distinction of being the first major screenplay to incorporate synchronized sound, moving film, and color slides.

Click here to watch Pastor Russell’s Photodrama of creation on YouTube:

6 comments to Watch the Photodrama of Creation

  • Brannon wiggins

    Hi in Brannon and I thank you for pootig some of these parts of the convenchon.

    • Jacqueline (Bible Student)

      Hi Brannon and welcome. Could you tell us a little about your experiences, please? Also if you have questions we will try to answer. Jacqueline

  • I am looking forward to seeing thePhoto Drama presentation. I have heard about it since I was ayoung girl . I am now 69 and consider it a priviledge.

  • Peter K. (admin)

    Hi Joey. I believe you are referring to the JW organization. I hope you don’t feel we are slandering anyone on our website. We do not want to do that. Peace.

  • joey

    in Daniel 12;9,10 ? that things will be reviled at the end of days God give his knowledge to the righteous and not to wicked the Christendom hide Gods name even till today Jehovah’s name has to be know en as Jesus Christ lay out in the model prayer let your name be sanctified how wonderful is that among so many religions in the world one is in his name Isaiah 43;10 and are blessed with knowledge and disliked hated just like Jesus said .. man handful of dust look up to an see… ( oh you are big ) so much slander in the name of people who bare his name….

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