- The film used every trick in the book to make it visually interesting, since what works in a live performance will be dull in a film. For example, there are some incredible long, long shots of the cast that required timing, highlighted by "All For the Best".
- "Prepare Ye", which breaks up "Tower of Babble" and turns the entire cast from fighting philosophers to joyful singers and dancers.
- "Alas For You".Alas, alas for you, lawyers and Pharisees, hypocrites to a man!Sons of the dogs who murdered the prophets, finishing off what your fathers began!
- "Long Live God".
- According to one interview, Godspell was written partially as a Take That! against people who suggested that the Vietnam War was Gods will. John-Michael Tebelak was upset by that idea and decided to point out how the Bible preaches love for humanity, not war and violence.
Awesome / Godspell