Together Forever (1987 film)
|Directed by||Michael McLean|
|Written by||Michael McLean|
|Starring||Scott Wilkinson, Richard Dutcher|
|Music by||Michael McLean|
|Distributed by||The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|
Together Forever is a 29-minute film produced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS or "Mormon" Church). It was primarily used by LDS Missionaries for proselytizing. In the style of a documentary, various people reveal major hurdles in their lives, then credit the LDS Church with reforming and helping them. It promotes the Plan of Salvation, particularly the significance of marriage in LDS belief.
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Others articles of the Topic Latter-day Saints : Craig C. Christensen, The Phone Call (1977 film), Anachronisms in the Book of Mormon, Richard J. Maynes
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- McLean, Michael (1987), Together Forever, Scott Wilkinson, Richard Dutcher, retrieved 2018-08-05
- Astle, Randy; Burton, Gideon O. (2007), "A History of Mormon Cinema: Fourth Wave", BYU Studies, 46 (2): 96–125
- Hart, John L. (1989-01-14). "Missionary videos to be telecast in major U.S. cities". LDS Church News. Retrieved 2018-08-05.
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