Green Pastures, The - (Original Trailer)
God tests the human race in a reenactment of Bible stories set in the world of black American folklore in The Green Pastures (1936), starring Rex Ingram.
Green Pastures, The (1936) - You Preachers Is The Devil
De Lawd (Rex Ingram) down from heaven checking the status of his creations, earth and its human inhabitants, meeting Zeba (Edna Mae Harris) and Cain the Sixth (James Fuller), in the 1936 Warner Bros. version of Marc Connellys widely criticized Pulitzer Prize-winning play, The Green Pastures.
Green Pastures, The (1936) - All But One Tree
Rex Ingram performing two roles in the same scene, as Adam and as De Lawd, visiting his newly created earth, and producing Myrtle Anderson as Eve, the angels observing from above, in The Green Pastures, 1936, from Marc Connellys controversial Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
Green Pastures, The (1936) - Here Comes De Lawd
From a scene in which an African-American Louisiana Sunday school teacher describes heaven to his pupils, Gabriel (Oscar Polk) introduces Rex Ingram as De Lawd, visiting his angels, early in the Warner Bros. adaptation of Marc Connellys Pulitzer Prize-winning play, The Green Pastures, 1936.
Robert Osborne Intro -- The Green Pastures (1936)
Robert Osborne Introduces The Green Pastures, 1936.