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The Land of Refuge (2008)

The story of the polygamous families who fled the U.S. in the late 1800's to avoid arrest and imprisonment. The film reveals their overwhelming struggles as they carved out a land of refuge... See full summary »

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Gale Chato Bluth ...
Alexander Findlay Macdonald
Oliver Scott Bluth ...
Jesse N. Smith
Chris Bowman ...
Samuel James Brown
Christopher Bowman ...
Samuel James Brown
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John Taylor
Donn Bowman ...
Samuel John Robinson
Greg Bowman ...
Henry Lunt Smith
Maurice Bowman ...
Henry Eyring Bowman
Nellie Bowman ...
Cora May Merrill Hatch
S. Keith Bowman ...
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Wesley Bowman ...
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Wisteria Bowman ...
Jennie Robinson
Nina Morene Brown ...
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Barney T. Burns ...
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The story of the polygamous families who fled the U.S. in the late 1800's to avoid arrest and imprisonment. The film reveals their overwhelming struggles as they carved out a land of refuge in the desert of northern Mexico only to be driven from their lavish homes and thriving communities by the Mexican revolutionaries a few decades later. Written by Anonymous

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They were willing to give up everything they had for what they wanted most.

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29 November 2008 (USA)  »

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$200,000 (estimated)
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