Tales From the Crypt

Pendleton, Devon
November 2007
Forbes Asia;11/12/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 19, p84
The article focuses on the success of the documentary television series "The Naked Archaeologist," on History Channel, produced and stars Simcha Jacobovici. Jacobovici would not comment on his arrangements for the series, but there is the deal he cut for "The Exodus Decoded," a documentary purporting to deconstruct Moses' biblical epic into fact and fiction. The show did pretty well in the U.S., drawing an average 2.3 million viewers.


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