|The Story of the Vatican|
|Directed by||Jean Pages|
|Produced by||Richard de Rochemont|
|Written by||Fulton J. Sheen|
|Edited by||Lothar Wolff|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
The Story of the Vatican is a 1941 American documentary directed by Jean Pages. The film was written by and stars Fulton J. Sheen (who would later become an archbishop in the Roman Catholic Church), and was the second of only four full-length features produced by The March of Time, better known for their newsreels. It was distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, which released the film on July 18, 1941.
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