The Work and the Glory

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Overview

When the Steed family relocates to upstate New York from their long-time home in Vermont, religious strife threatens to destroy their close-knit relationship in director Russel Holt's screen adaptation of author Gerald N. Lund's best-selling romance novel. A hardworking family whose struggle to adapt to the ways of Palmyra is complicated when they find that their hired help is embedded in a tense religious controversy. The Steeds' situation grows increasingly dire when both siblings fall for the daughter of a ...
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Overview

When the Steed family relocates to upstate New York from their long-time home in Vermont, religious strife threatens to destroy their close-knit relationship in director Russel Holt's screen adaptation of author Gerald N. Lund's best-selling romance novel. A hardworking family whose struggle to adapt to the ways of Palmyra is complicated when they find that their hired help is embedded in a tense religious controversy. The Steeds' situation grows increasingly dire when both siblings fall for the daughter of a wealthy merchant. The more the family struggles to unbind themselves from the all-consuming religious firestorm, the tighter they are bound to a town that could shake the very foundation of their existence.
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Special Features

Audio commentary with the director of photography; English and Spanish subtitles; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound; Theatrical trailers; Junior's Giants animated short
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/3/2005
  • UPC: 725906474594
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Excel Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 62,256

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alexander Carroll Nathan Steed
Eric Johnson Joshua Steed
Tiffany DuPont Lydia McBride
Sam Hennings Benjamin Steed
Brenda Strong Mary Ann Steed
Jonathan Scarfe Joseph Smith
Technical Credits
Russ Holt Director, Screenwriter
Sam Cardon Score Composer
T.C. Christensen Cinematographer
Larry Miller Executive Producer
Larry H. Miller Executive Producer
Scott Swofford Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. The Steed Farm [7:38]
2. "You're New Here" [3:08]
3. Stick Pull [4:23]
4. Gold Bible [4:39]
5. The First Vision [9:31]
6. Easter [7:56]
7. Two Brothers [8:23]
8. "No Answers" [10:05]
9. Lydia and Nathan [3:10]
10. Getting the Plates [9:02]
11. Eight Months Later [10:12]
12. Printing the Record [6:31]
13. The Book of Mormon [8:22]
14. Permission Granted [4:50]
15. Lydia's Answer [7:27]
16. Closing Credits [4:53]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Scene Selection
   Features
      Audio: Stereo
      Audio: Dolby 5.1
      Commentary
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: Off
      Trailers
         The Work and the Glory
         Saints and Soldiers
         American Mormon
         Junior's Giants
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The best movie and book ever!!!!!!!!

    I think that The Work and the Glory is a very neat book/movie. It's an L.D.S. really good movie/book. I would like you all to read/watch it. It is about in the time when Joseph Smith went to the Hill Camorah to get the Book of Mormon, a true book. The family has many trials about weither or not to believe the book and it splits the family up because some want to believe it and some don't. It's a series. And the movie does not end. I can't wait until all of the other ones come out to DVD and Video.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    amazing

    this movie was amazing and insperational i loved it and so will you

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