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Rev. Robert Hunt
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Edward Maria Wingfield
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Capt. Christopher Newport
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Older Nathaniel Peacock / Narrator (voice)
Natalie Worth ...
Elizabeth Hunt
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Oliver Brown
Scott Watkins ...
Matthew Fitch
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Don Andes ...
Nathaniel Peacock
Luke Barker ...
Parishioner
Zach Barker ...
Thomas Hunt
Kayce Barnes ...
Parishioner
Dana Joel Bogdanski ...
Soldier #1 (as Dana Bogdanski)
Philip Brown ...
Jonas Profit
Daniel Cross ...
Sailor
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On the perilous journey to the new world, tensions run high between the would-be settlers of Jamestown. While more well-known settlers like John Smith, Christopher Newport and Edward Wingfield are at each others' throats, the lesser-known Reverend Robert Hunt establishes peace and calm, uniting the brave crew. Written by Anonymous

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26 April 2007 (USA)  »

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First Landing: The Voyage from England to Jamestown  »

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$1,200,000 (estimated)
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Cast and Crew had to somewhat "battle" the surf as they shot the scene where the longboat comes ashore at Cape Henry, Virginia. There was a tropical storm brewing off the coast at the time. They came ashore not too far from where the actual boats landed in 1607. See more »

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