Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollections

'Noah,' Walk That Plank

May 08, 1999

Howard Rosenberg should have hit that floating dung heap harder! ("In 'Ark,' Noah Plays Friars Club," April 30). Instead of dumping such a ridiculous mix on their public, NBC and the sponsors could have bagged and marketed it as fertilizer. Sunday night's episode of "Noah's Ark" left me gasping for drastic relief.

VRENI SCHIESS

Granada Hills

*

Awk! Not only are there a whole bunch of "begats" between Noah and Lot, but the nuking of Sodom comes after the flood, not before! This is like a production of "Hamlet" with acts from "Macbeth" thrown in to improve on the plot.

JAMES K. MATTIS

Sunland

*

Once again, Hollywood has disgraced itself with a production of a biblical story. The writers, producers, actors and actresses who participated in the horrible depiction of Noah's ark should be tried and convicted of blasphemy. If they wanted to tell a true story of Noah's ark, they would have followed Genesis, Chapters 6 to 8. The story of Sodom and Gomorrah does not take place until several hundred years later in Genesis 13, 18 and 19.

LINDA LUCAS

Arcadia

Advertisement
Los Angeles Times Articles
|
|
|