'Greatest Story' to Help Retarded Children

Salt Lake Tribune, 28 March 1965, page B15
"The Greatest Story Ever Told," George Stevens' biblical spectacle in Cinerama, will have its premiere April 14 at the Villa Theater as a benefit for the retarted children at State Training School, American Fork.

Mrs. Calvin L. Rampton was named Saturday as co-chairman of the event.

The film uses an immense cast and an international lineup of stars, including Max von Sydow as Jesus, Donald Pleasance as Satan, Joanna Dunham as Mary Magdalene, Roddy McDowell as Matthew.