Street Date:
October 15, 2013
Deleted Title
Home Entertainment
Product Overview
Just an old violin, for sale in the waning moments of an auction. But its sale set the stage for a drama of intrigue, warmth, and purpose. A memorable visualization of Christian commitment in a story which clearly visualizes the need for personal acceptance of Jesus Christ as Savior. This presentation of the famous poem and song shows we are all like old violins unless “touched by the Master’s hand.”

Company: VCI Entertainment
Producer: Ken Anderson
Genre: Drama / Faith
Runtime: 70 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Production Year / TV Premiere Date: 1980
Language: English
# of Disc: 1
Starring: James Mcllroy, Joe McPartland, Julian Chambers, Maurice O'Callaghan
Dove Review

Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for All Ages
Touch of the Masters Hand (1980)
Quality Rating: 1-5 Doves

Dove Family-Approved
Suitable for all ages

This is an awesome movie! The picture is family friendly and you don't want to miss it. Two great stories are illustrated, one is that the touch of the master's hand makes all the difference. In the beginning of the story a violin is being auctioned off and only three pounds is asked for it but when a master violinist plays a tune on it the bid goes to 300 pounds. The point is made that, spiritually speaking, a touch of The Master's hand makes the difference in our lives.

Also, the inheritance we get from loving God's son is very nicely illustrated as well in this terrific movie. We see this in the plot regarding a wealthy Earl and his son Charles. We gladly award this film our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for all ages. Don't miss it!

Content Description:
A "Peeping Tom" comment.
Language: None
Violence: It's said a character died from being thrown off a stumbling horse.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Death and grief; tension between a few characters.