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Mike Norris (story)
Chris Bessey (screenplay)
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Release Date:
6 April 2003 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
Chuck Norris ventures into the west to stop a hoard of ghosts in their deadly past. | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Mike Norris ... Jux Jonas

Carey Scott ... Oren Ames

David A.R. White ... Conrad Champlain

Marshall R. Teague ... Joshua Ravel

Scarlett McAlister ... Dianna

Grant James ... Emeritus
Gabby Di Ciolli ... Lyric
Scotty Veale ... Jeremy

Chuck Norris ... Matthew
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Tony Arbelaez ... Minion

Julie Arebalo ... Alecia Champlain
Geoffrey Betts ... Minion (as Geoff Bettes)
Sara Bijan ... Young Mother

Jon Paul Burkhart ... Cafe Patron

Ilram Choi ... Minion
Alyssa Joy Cook ... Featured Sad Girl
Alyssa-Jane Cook ... Alyssa Cook (as Alyssa Cook)
Cody Cook ... Cult Kid
Drew Cook ... Cult Kid

Katrina Cook ... Bartender
Tara Di Leva ... Maria Ames (as Tara DiLeva)

Jack Elliott ... Minion (as John Elliott)
Roy Empfield
Tierce Green ... Minion
Mathew Greer ... Pastor Bellows
Terry L. Harris ... Minion

Todd Jenkins ... Minion
James LaMarr ... Minion
Cindy Michelle ... Emeritus' Mother
Dallas Morris ... Minion
Marcus Moziek ... Franklin
John Navarro ... Head comanchero

Dennis O'Neill ... Priest
Ricky Rivera ... Minion
Cory Smith ... Minion

Robert F. Cawley ... Churchgoer (uncredited)

Marie Del Marco ... Church Goer (uncredited)

Dante Di Ciolli ... Extra (uncredited)
Cara Gayle Grippin ... Featured Citizen (uncredited)
Bruce Stewart ... Churchgoer (uncredited)
Barry Swindall ... Minion (uncredited)

Directed by
Alin Bijan 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Chris Bessey  screenplay
Mike Norris  story

Produced by
Alin Bijan .... producer
Mike Norris .... executive producer
Sonia Pourmand .... line producer
 
Original Music by
Amin Emam 
 
Cinematography by
Hamid Shams 
 
Casting by
Debi Michaelis 
 
Production Design by
Kevin M. Button 
 
Costume Design by
Tosawi Marshall 
Dana Eckart O'Neal 
 
Makeup Department
Chelsey Fiske .... key hair stylist (as Chelsea Carpenter)
Chelsey Fiske .... key makeup artist (as Chelsea Carpenter)
Jennifer Hodges .... makeup artist
 
Art Department
Betty Jackson .... assistant art director
 
Sound Department
Ed Blaylock .... boom operator
Lance Hoffman .... sound mixer
Johnny Marshall .... re-recording mixer
Johnny Marshall .... sound designer
Alan Pollard .... second boom operator
Alan Pollard .... sound assistant
 
Special Effects by
Trent DiGiulio .... special effects
Tom Zembrod .... assistant pyrotechnician
 
Stunts
Jeffrey Alexander .... stunts
Ilram Choi .... stunt performer
Terrie Dossey .... stunts
Todd Jenkins .... stunts
Tim Short .... stunts
Mark Thompson .... stunts
Richard Phillips .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Hiyam Abousaid .... second assistant camera
Kenneth Close .... grip
Mack Hernandez .... second assistant camera
Andrew Redd .... grip
David Riley .... grip
Darren Thiesfeld .... grip
 
Casting Department
Katrina Cook .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Karen Beasley .... set costumer
 
Other crew
Katrina Cook .... craft service
Katrina Cook .... production assistant
Elizabeth Dail .... script supervisor
Tara Di Leva .... product placement producer
Jennifer Hepp .... assistant production coordinator
Nickie Ludwig .... production assistant
Emma Martinez .... production assistant
Gavin Mulloy .... production assistant
Corrine Theriault .... production assistant
Melissa Waechter .... production assistant
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Matthew (Chuck Norris)'s horse is called Old Nick in the film, the French subtitled version translates this more straightforwardly as Satan.See more »
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Sumus Pueri SatanaeSee more »

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Something different from Chuck Norris., 30 October 2016
Author: Harry Lags from Thailand

"Bells of Innocence" is a good Christian film, in that it includes a hero who attempts suicide on screen, an angel who is a total asshole, and a little girl who murders people. So in other words, it's not really a Christian film at all, and so none of the confusing plot twists make any damn sense because you can't just say Jesus did it.

"The Bells of Innocence" is the story of what happens to three close friends, while on a missionary flight to deliver Bibles to a town in Mexico. Having been forced to make an emergency landing in their small aircraft, they become involved in defending the innocent locals in a fight for their lives and their souls.

A very unusual Chuck Norris film that's kind of entertaining, but it's not one of his best. Chuck Norris doesn't bust out any karate moves on anyone either. What a truly strange film. It's like a religious horror western film with some action. This movie combines danger with Faith, you gotta trust in God to get through the danger.

Overall it is kind of interesting, However, there are no Chuck Norris action scenes in this movie, so don't watch it if you want to see Chuck Norris bust out karate moves only.

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