The dramatic black and white classic film of Martin Luther's life made in 1952. This film was originally released in theaters worldwide and nominated for two Academy Awards. A magnificent depiction of Luther and the forces at work in the surrounding 16th century society that resulted in his historic reforming efforts. This film traces Luther's life from a guilt-burdened monk to his eventual break with the Roman Church. This film, in spite of its age, continues to be a popular classic to introduce Luther's life.
Special 50th Anniversary Edition includes:
-- The full length film
-- The story of the making of the film
-- Biography consisting of many features not available before, including a documentary history with Robert E. A. Lee, retired head of the Lutheran Film Associates.
-- Language options offer viewers their choice of English, Spanish, Portuguese, German. Also, it is subtitled in English.
-- A trip to historic Luther sites including breathtaking color views of Wittenberg, Eisenach, Worms, the Wartburg, and Augsburg.
-- Photos, background information, credits for producer, director, writer and leading actors.