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Parley P. Pratt's great escape

Author: Pam Blackwell; Kelly Eisenhour; Brett Raymond; John Fluker; Chris Clark
Publisher: [Brigham City, Utah : distributed by Brigham Distributing, 2005?]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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This play depicts an episode in the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The play is set in the years 1838-1839 when Parley Pratt was incarcerated in Missouri at the same time that Joseph and Hyrum Smith were in Liberty Jail. Material for the play was taken from Pratt's autobiography.
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Genre/Form: Drama
History
Music
Songs and music
Named Person: Parley P Pratt; Parley P Pratt
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Pam Blackwell; Kelly Eisenhour; Brett Raymond; John Fluker; Chris Clark
OCLC Number: 236224055
Notes: Video production of the stage play.
Credits: Producer, Pam Blackwell ; director, Chris Clark ; camera operators, Jared Cardon, Jacob Moffatt, Thomas Morrill ; edited and produced by Thomas Morrill, Jeff Parkin ; video director, Jeff Parkin.
Cast: Randy Porter (Parley P. Pratt), Angela Wilson (Sister Soul), Dane Allred (Morris Phelps), Rick Priddis (King Follett), Lisa Porter (Mary Ann Pratt), Amelia Schow (Laura Phelps), Lynne D. Bronson (Phila Gibbs), Mahonri Stewart (Luman Gibbs), Jonathan Pinney (Orson Pratt), Laurel Warr (Thankful Pratt).
Event notes: Recorded 19 August 2005, De Jong Concert Hall, Brigham Young University.
Description: 1 videodisc (1 hr., 42 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-Video.
Other Titles: Parley P. Pratt's great escape
Responsibility: playwright/lyricist, Pam Blackwell ; musical director/composer, Kelly Eisenhour ; composers, Brett Raymond, John Fluker.

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This play depicts an episode in the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The play is set in the years 1838-1839 when Parley Pratt was incarcerated in Missouri at the same time that Joseph and Hyrum Smith were in Liberty Jail. Material for the play was taken from Pratt's autobiography.

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