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The Work and the Story (2003)

It is July, 2000 Richard Dutcher, the man who pioneered "Mormon Cinema" with his film "God's Army" is MISSING and PRESUMED DEAD!! Three amateur Mormon Filmmakers: Judy Shumway, Peter ... See full summary »

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Nathan Smith Jones ...
Peter Beuhmann
Jen Hoskins ...
Judy Schumway
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Kevin Evans
Dan Merkley ...
Michael-Enoch Glaser
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Himself
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Liliana Arredondo ...
Mexican TV Anchor
Richard Atchley ...
Frank Talbot
T.J. Bishop ...
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David Boud ...
Dave Skousen (as Dave Boud)
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Manhattan Club Owner
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Cop Chasing Peter
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Ephraim Thomas
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Dennis
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It is July, 2000 Richard Dutcher, the man who pioneered "Mormon Cinema" with his film "God's Army" is MISSING and PRESUMED DEAD!! Three amateur Mormon Filmmakers: Judy Shumway, Peter Beuhmann and Kevin Evans individually set out to make their first feature-length films to take Dutcher's place as the next "Mormon Spielberg". Who will win? Who will lose? Who will find Richard? And does EVERYONE WANT RICHARD FOUND!!? These questions and many laughs are sure to be found in the movie "THE WORK and THE STORY" COMING SPRING 2003. Written by Nathan Smith Jones

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15 August 2003 (USA)  »

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$103,000 (estimated)
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Richard Dutcher donated the 16mm film stock to make the movie. This is the same stock (three years-old) that God's Army (2000) was going to be shot on, had Dutcher not found the financing to shoot on 35mm. See more »

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Spoofs Raising Arizona (1987) See more »

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2 September 2003 | by (utah) – See all my reviews

this movie has it's funny parts but it is also very long, even though it's only an hour. they focus too much on one of the directors who is very unfunny. it does have it's moments though and you do find yourself laughing quite a bit through out but if they would just eliminate the peter character it would be great.


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