Production info

Joseph and the Pharaoh's Dream
Japan, 2013  TV  

TV-series Superbook

  

Chris has a very precise plan for how he is going to get what he wants. He cannot handle it when things don't go according to his own plan. Superbook transports him back to ancient Egypt. As he watches Joseph rise from prisoner to governor of Egypt and gain a long lost bond with his brothers, Chris learns to forego his own plans and trust a little more in God's plans instead.

Episode from the modern 3D biblical animated series Superbook, also known as Animated Parent and Child Theater (Anime Oyako Gekijo). The series was originally created in 1981 as a 2D animated series by the Japan-based Christian Broadcasting Network as part of an outreach to the younger generation. After the 2D series began to lose its appeal, the 3D series was started in 2011.


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