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Joshua Steed returns to Missouri a wealthy man with a beautiful wife; however, the past has a way of catching up. Soon Joshua is tangled in a web of rumors, deception and betrayal that... See more »

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Benjamin Steed
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Mary Ann Steed
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Joshua Steed
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Nathan Steed
Brighton Hertford ...
Melissa Steed
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Rebecca Steed
Cody Sanders ...
Matthew Steed
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Lydia Steed (as Sera Bastian)
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Jessica Steed
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Joseph Smith
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Emma Smith
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Martin Harris
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Carl Rogers (as Curtis Anderson)
Jeff Ham ...
Obadiah
Giulia Pagano ...
Mother Smith
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Parley Pratt
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John Griffith
Matthew Carlton ...
George Simpson
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Robert Johnson
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Caroline Mendenhall
Connor Chavarria ...
Will Mendenhall (as Connor Chivarria)
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Boggs
Jeni Lamm Bewer ...
Mormon Woman
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Woman #2
Danny Nelson ...
Reverend Samuel Bogart
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Brigham Young
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Pidgeon
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Joshua Sexias (as Andrew Stahl)
Ed Haggard ...
Philo Driggs
Jayne Morgan ...
Annie
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Brother Rawson (as Greg J. Welsch)
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Bully
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Miranda
Bobby Daniels ...
Eli
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Father Smith (as Stephen Ayers)
Jeffrey Buckner Ford ...
Jacob Bump (as Jeffrey Ford)
Sam Sharp ...
Man (as Sam V. Sharp)
Mary Jennifer Littleton ...
Margaret
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Mormon Man
Haidyn Rankin ...
Rachel
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Warren Parrish
Michael Ormsby ...
Little Joshua
Melissa Ritz ...
Woman
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William Smith
William David Witt ...
Church Elder
Chase Condrone ...
Mormon Boy (uncredited)
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Man in Church / Man with Rifle (uncredited)
Wes Murphy ...
Gunman (uncredited)
Lee Vervoort ...
Townsperson (uncredited)

Directed by

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Sterling Van Wagenen

Written by

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Gerald N. Lund ... (novel "Truth Will Prevail")
 
Matt Whitaker ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Jeff T. Miller ... co-producer
Larry H. Miller ... executive producer
Scott Swofford ... producer

Music by

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Sam Cardon

Cinematography by

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Gordon Lonsdale ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Stephen L. Johnson

Editorial Department

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Chantelle Squires ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Rene Haynes

Production Design by

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Christopher R. DeMuri

Art Direction by

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Les Boothe

Makeup Department

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Ken Johnson ... key hair
Edwin Matsu ... makeup artist
Tena Parker ... key hair stylist (as Tena Parker-Liddiard)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Eric S. Johnston ... second assistant director (as Eric Johnston)
J. Scott Smiley ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Brent Astrope ... construction coordinator
Robert Bullock Jr. ... propmaker
George W. Harding III ... set dresser (as George Harding III)
Matt Harris ... art department coordinator
Janet S. Havranek ... art department buyer
Gabriel Jessop ... set dresser
Kee Miller ... draftsman
Richard Salinas ... scenic artist

Sound Department

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Brian Magerkurth ... machine room operator
Michael L. McDonough ... foley artist / re-recording mixer (as Michael McDonough) / sound designer (as Michael McDonough)
Juan Peralta ... mix technician
Ryan Purcell ... foley artist
Karl Rosengren ... assistant sound editor
Ronald G. Roumas ... machine room operator (as Ron Roumas)
Scott Sandstrom ... re-recording mixer
Michael L. McDonough ... supervising sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Chad Hokama ... special effects assistant

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Johnathan R. Banta ... digital supervisor
Jeremy Nicolaides ... compositor
John Pierce ... digital effects artist

Stunts

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Jeff Chumas ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Robert Adams ... key grip
Allen Dial ... electrician
Jed Seus ... assistant camera
Mitch Stelling ... grip
Brian Sullivan ... scenic cinematographer

Casting Department

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Joanne Brooks ... casting assistant
Kim McCray ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jacqueline Newell ... costume supervisor
Amber Williams ... on-set costumer

Music Department

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Monte Belknap ... musician: violin solos
Kurt Bestor ... conductor
Daron Bradford ... musician: flutes, penny whistle
Sam Cardon ... music producer / orchestrator
Dan Carlisle ... additional music engineer
Michael Greene ... music mixer
Ted Hinckley ... music scoring supervisor
Simon James ... music contractor
Scott Johnson ... additional music engineer / music editor
Kaniela Kalai ... musician: dobro
D.B. Long ... music copyist (as DB Long)
Craig Miner ... musician: mandolin, acoustic guitar
Northwest Sinfonia ... music performed by
Nathan Olson ... musician: fiddle
Ron Saltmarsh ... musician: guitars
Brian Valentino ... music recordist
Marilee Van Wagenen ... music coordinator
Scott Wiley ... additional music engineer

Transportation Department

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Scott Doleto ... driver
Brett Miller ... transportation coordinator
Eric Solmonson ... transportation captain

Other crew

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Tyler Atkinson ... set production assistant
Suzanne Bingham ... script supervisor
Ray Colley ... wrangler
Kent Daniels ... production assistant
Ryan Pederson ... production assistant
Fenton Quinn ... head wrangler
Brooke Redmon ... assistant production coordinator
Roger Blomquist ... wrangler (uncredited)

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Nathan Lux ... thanks

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Plot Summary

Joshua Steed returns to Missouri a wealthy man with a beautiful wife; however, the past has a way of catching up. Soon Joshua is tangled in a web of rumors, deception and betrayal that threatens to tear his family apart. Back in Kirtland, financial trouble riddles the foundations of the fledgling Church causing a division, and questioning of the Prophet Joseph Smith's divine calling. Has he lost his prophetic gift? Hundreds of Saints immigrate to Missouri, where Governor Boggs raises an army - with Joshua at its head - to address the "Mormon Problem." When the militia receives orders to attack the Mormon settlement, only Joshua can save his family from the gathering mob. Written by Excel Entertainment Group

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Also Known As
  • La obra y la gloria III - Tierra de conquista (Spain)
  • Tierra de conquista (Spain)
  • Poduhvat i slava: Rastureni dom (Serbia)
  • Munka és dicsőség III. (Hungary)
  • O Preço da Honra (Brazil)
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  • 89 min
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Budget $6,500,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $12,803, 02 Mar 2007

Did You Know?

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Trivia Based on the third book in the nine-volume series, "Truth Will Prevail", focusing on the years 1836 to 1838. See more »
Goofs Non-Mormons in western Missouri are shown as wearing eastern clothing and living in frame homes. Missouri settlers in the 1830s, men and women alike, wore buckskins and lived in cabins. In fact, one of the things they disliked about Mormons was their clothing and houses, which to the "gentiles" represented an incursion of what they had gone west to get away from. See more »
Movie Connections Follows The Work and the Glory (2004). See more »

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