This set includes five classic Christian films for children of all ages. The titles included are, King of the Block, The Way He Should Go, Charlie Churchman and the Clowns, Elisha and the Syrian Army and the Rolling Stones. Ffive classic Christian films for kids of all ages. - King of the Block (1956) - Family Films / 14m, Steve has a new treehouse to share with friends, but only if they do what he says. Dad and son each discover how selfishness can impact friendships. - The Way He Should Go (1954) - Concordia Films / 26m, Young Freddie Fisher has been raised with strong Christian values that are tested when he acquires stolen model train signals. - Charlie Churchman and the Clowns (1968) - Family films / 19m, Charlie uses satire and slapstick comedy to get people into church fellowship. When the circus arrives, Charlie sets out to "get those clowns to church." - Elisha & the Syrian Army (1957) - Moody Bible Institute / 13m, When Gary indicates a fear of going camping, Mr. Fixit tells him the Bible story of how Elisha showed no fear of the Syrian King, and thereby won a great victory. - Rolling Stones (1950) - Family Films / 30m, The Stones are a roving trailer family. Mom and young son Bobby yearn for a permanent home. Can an old church caretaker restrain dad's wanderlust.