The tune, written by Charles C. Converse and arranged for organ by Dale Wood, is played on the Moller organ at Eden Lutheran Church in Riverside, California by David Christensen. Dale Wood is a former organist-choirmaster at this church.
(Same Mexican Caller? Part 1) FLASHBACK: “David from New Mexico” asks about anger and being misconstrued as angry by angry people. He is Mexican-American, dual citizen, and thinks there is racism, for example in Mexico dark people hardly ever hold office. Black people are discriminated against in Mexico, but that’s not “racism.” It wouldn’t happen if they had love in their hearts.
Jesse asks him if he believes in God. “David” responds yes but not the white Jesus. Jesse says he hates white people. He says there’s a difference between being angry at them and hating them. But you’re judging them! He repeatedly says, “I had to throw it out there.” He says whites ask why people are retaliating against them. He says it’s eye for eye, tooth for tooth, because of what white ancestors supposedly did.
“David” says Hispanics or Mexicans are being asked to leave a country they were indigenous to, he says they were originally here. He says California, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, all of that belongs to them. He says Mexican Aztecs were indigenous here and California and Texas is their land. Jesse tells him, “You hate white people. You’re an evil man.” He says he’s rebuking. And you’re breaking the law, you support illegals staying here. Those are lies meant to deceive.
He tells Jesse, “You’re very white-washed, sir.” Let them build a wall. He tells Jesse, “You owe me an apology.” He claims “Killer Cortez” killed all his people or something.
Next call from a man we think is the same person: I Don’t Want Them in My Country! Illegals Drinking All the Water!
Originally aired Monday, April 30, Hour 3, and Tuesday, May 1, Hour 2-3.
NOTE: “David from New Mexico” (Apr 30-May 1) sounds a lot like “Joseph of Albuquerque, NM” (May 18, Hour 3, segments 2-4), and like “Lawrence of Denver, CO (Jul 16, Hour 3, segments 2-3). Was he using fake names & changing them, lying and saying he was a first-time caller?
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James Earl Jones as Balthazar
Stacy Keach as Barabbas
Tony Lo Bianco as Quintillius
James Mason as Joseph of Arimathea
Ian McShane as Judas Iscariot
Laurence Olivier as Nicodemus
Donald Pleasence as Melchior
Christopher Plummer as Herod Antipas
Anthony Quinn as Caiaphas
Fernando Rey as Gaspar
Ralph Richardson as Simeon
Rod Steiger as Pontius Pilate
Peter Ustinov as Herod the Great
Michael York as John the Baptist
Olivia Hussey as Mary, the mother of Jesus
Cyril Cusack as Yehuda
Ian Holm as Zerah
Yorgo Voyagis as Joseph
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Marina Berti as Elizabeth
Regina Bianchi as Saint Anne
Maria Carta as Martha
Renato Rascel as The Blind Man
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Norman Bowler as Saturninus
Robert Beatty as Proculus
John Phillips as Naso
Ken Jones as Jotham
Nancy Nevinson as Abigail
Renato Terra as Abel
Roy Holder as Enoch
Jonathan Adams as Adam
Lorenzo Monet as Jesus aged 12 years
Robert Davey as Daniel
Oliver Smith as Saul
George Camiller as Hosias
Murray Salem as Simon the Zealot
Tony Vogel as Saint Andrew
Michael Cronin as Eliphaz
Steve Gardner as Philip the Apostle
Derek Godfrey as Elihu
Renato Montalbano as Jairus
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Michael Haughey as Nahum
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John Tordoff as Malachi
Bruce Lidington as Thomas
Keith Washington as Matthew the Evangelist
Mimmo Crao as Saint Jude Thaddeus
John Eastham as Bartholomew
Sergio Nicolai as James, son of Alphaeus
Francis de Wolff as Simon the Pharisee
Antonello Campodifiori as Ircanus
Paul Curran as Samuel
Tim Pearce as Rufus
Mark Eden as Quartus
Bruno Barnabe as Ezra
Simon MacCorkindale as Lucius
Forbes Collins as Jonas
Lionel Guyett as Haggai
Martin Benson as Pharisee
Peter Harlowe as Valerius
Carl Forgione as Plotinus
Donald Sumpter as Aram
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Harold Bennett as Elder
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