Billy: The Early Years of Billy Graham

Billy: The Early Years of Billy Graham

2008, PG, 95 min. Directed by Robby Benson. Starring Armie Hammer, Martin Landau, Lindsay Wagner, Kristoffer Polaha, Jennifer O'Neill, Josh Turner.

Not reviewed at press time. No advance screenings were held for this Depression-era story about the formative years of the influential Christian evangelist Billy Graham, during which time he chose his career path and broke away from the family dairy-farming business. Teen heartthrob Benson directs.

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