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The Work and the Glory III: A House Divided, based on Truth Will Prevail, is a 2006 historical fiction drama film directed by Sterling Van Wagenen.

SummaryEdit

Joshua Steed returns to Missouri a changed man with a beautiful wife from Savannah, Georgia; 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.

TriviaEdit

ErrorsEdit

  • Non-Mormons in western Missouri are shown as wearing eastern clothing and living in frame homes. Actually, Missouri settlers in the 1830s (men and women alike) wore buckskins and lived in cabins.

CastEdit

  • Andrew Bowen as Brigham Young
  • Nakotah LaRance as Pidgeon
  • Andy Stahl as Joshua Seixas
  • Ed Haggard as Philo Driggs
  • Jayne Morgan as Annie
  • Greg Welsch as Brother Rawson
  • Andrew Ruse as Bully
  • Kubbi as Miranda
  • Bobby Daniels as Eli
  • Stephen Michael Ayers as Father Smith
  • Jeffrey Buckner Ford as Jacob Bump
  • Sam Sharp as Man
  • Mary Jennifer Littleton as Margaret
  • Kevin Wayne as Mormon Man
  • Haidyn Rankin as Rachel
  • Bruce McKinnon as Warren Parrish
  • Michael Ormsby as Little Joshua
  • Melissa Ritz as Woman
  • Fisher Neal as William Smith
  • William David Witt as Church Elder
  • Chase Condrone as Mormon Boy (uncredited)
  • Nic Cornett as Man in Church / Man with Rifle (uncredited)
  • Wes Murphy as Gunman (uncredited)
  • Lee Vervoort as Townsperson (uncredited)

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