The Phone Call (1977 film)
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|The Phone Call|
|Directed by||Douglas G. Johnson|
|Produced by||Douglas G. Johnson|
|Written by||Jack Weyland|
|Music by||Merrill Jenson|
|Edited by||Peter G. Czerny|
|Distributed by||The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|
The Phone Call is a 24-minute film produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It tells the story of a young man, Scott, who works at a burger joint to earn money for karate lessons. He finds it difficult to talk to the girl he likes while at the same time easily becomes friends with a female coworker, Becky. The story was based on an article by Jack Weyland published in the New Era in February 1976. The film is available through the Brigham Young University Office of Creative Works on a compilation DVD with other LDS films. In 2012, it was made available on YouTube by the copyright holders.
Others articles of the Topic Latter-day Saints : Together Forever (1987 film), Richard J. Maynes, Anachronisms in the Book of Mormon, Craig C. Christensen
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