How Near to the Angels
by Ruth Hale, Scott Whitaker
Produced by Wetzel O. Whitaker
Directed by Wetzel O. Whitaker
Screenplay by Scott Whitaker
Production Company: Brigham Young University Motion Picture Studio
Premiere Date: September 1956
Length: 1 reel (42 min.)
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Subjects: temple marriage;
Dramatizes the problems faced by a young LDS woman in choosing a husband, with emphasis on temple marriage. Depicts problems of peer pressure and the positive influence an adviser can have.
See Mormon Film: Key Films of the Third Wave
The longest film produced by the BYU Motion Picture Studio under Wetzel Whitaker (up until then). It was considered by Whitaker to be a turning point film for the studio.
BYU / LDS Motion Picture Studio Production #0015
Special music provided by the Brigham Young University Symphony Orchestra and the A Cappella Choir
Musical Directors: Crawford Gates, Newell B. Weight.
Theme Melody: Jane Thompson
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Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association
HBLL Call No: VC 63
Medium: 16 mm
Cast Members: Mary Anderson; Wid Tingey; with Andre Mostert, Brent Brockbank, and Jean Jenkins
Film Editor: Frank S. Wise
Cinematographer: Robert Stum
Total Queries: 16. Total Execution Time: 0.011 sec.
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