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Director: David Greene, John-Michael Tebelak, Victor Garber, David Haskell

Cast: David Greene, John-Michael Tebelak, Victor Garber, David Haskell


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Sony Pictures

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Victor Garber Jesus Christ
David Haskell John,Judas
Jerry Sroka Jerry
Lynne Thigpen Lynne
Katie Hanley Katie
Merrell Jackson Merrell
Robin Lamont Robin
Gilmer McCormick Gilmer
Joanne Jonas Joanne
Jeffrey Mylett Jeffrey

Technical Credits
David Greene Director,Screenwriter
John-Michael Tebelak Director,Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision,Screenwriter
Sammy Bayes Choreography
Brian Eatwell Production Designer
Peggy Gordon Songwriter
Jay Hamburger Songwriter
Alan Heim Editor
G. Richard Heimann Cinematographer
Richard G. Heimann Cinematographer
Ben Kasazkow Art Director
Edgar Lansbury Producer
Stephen Schwartz Score Composer,Songwriter,Musical Direction/Supervision
Sherrie Sucher Score Composer,Costumes/Costume Designer
Kenneth Utt Associate Producer


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Godspell 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Godspell was sure to reach the masses in the 70s, but it will also reach the masses for our generation now. Now more than ever we need people to know who Jesus is and what He told His followers and in this movie, its done in a way that even someone who knows nothing of Jesus will hear and pick up on the parables of Christ. The world has been slowly fading God out of lives of people but here's a movie to put a spark back in their spirits. Interestingly, the twin towers are in view when Jesus weeps over the city, almost prophetic.
D_MacGowan More than 1 year ago
My favorite movie musical. I have watched it again and again and it always makes me happy and it's a great sing-along movie.
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Godspell is a wonderful movie; I've watched it probably seven times and I've seen the stage show twice. When I look at my DVD I just don't understand why there aren't more extras. Why not have director and cast commentaries, and how about footage of a reunion, and details about the specific sites in NYC where they filmed.... And how did they manage to clear out so many other people from NYC? And how did it feel to dance on the twin towers? And what are the living actors doing now? And did they ad-lib certain parts, and which parts? And who came from the Broadway cast and who didn't? And did they save any of their costumes? How do they feel about their work in Godspell? And why were two songs cut from the Broadway show when the film was made? And do the cast members keep in touch with each other? Did they go to Lynne's funeral? And can the director explain the reasoning behind the apostles carrying Jesus' body off screen and leaving the Resurrection to the imagination? And what out-takes can we see, please? Godspell deserves a complete two-DVD set with good extras.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I first started watching this movie I was a little surprised how silly the characters were, and how mime-ish(clownish) things were acted out. By the end of the movie I was a changed person. The story is told in such a way that if you have ears to hear and understend God's message you see right through all the stage drama, and silliness and comprehend the words of scripture. The songs are so hauntingly beautiful and add such richness to an already perfect movie. The cast did a beautiful job with all the characters, Especially Victor Garber. He brought such a freshness an innocence to the character of Jesus. I recommend this movie to everyone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have had the oppurtunity to perform this musical as Jesus and it is a truly wonderful story. This movie presents that story in a fresh, exciting way that keeps you hooked through every Scripture story and song. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who would like to see a great musical.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I didn't know about godspell until one of my friends got a part in the musical play ''GODSPELL'' so i saw the movie and it was kind of corny but it was good and the music is really beautiful and the actors who are in it shocked me because they were in a musical and i could not see them in a musical. I didn't know JESUS was the father of the girl in the series ALIAS and in FRASIER. IF you like musicals, you should see GODSPELL. ''Slowly i turn.....step by step.....inch by inch..''
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