Carthage DVD


While seething mobs converged around them, the Prophet Joseph and his brethren quietly submitted themselves to imprisonment in Carthage Jail. Now, as never before, audiences are invited to witness the events of the days preceding the martyrdom. Based on documents handed down through the generations, Carthage offers a glimpse into the turmoil and testimony of the men whose place in history was forever defined by what was to come—a jailer seeking to protect his charges, a governor caught between the persecuted and their persecutors, and a group of Saints whose faith and brotherhood stands as the ultimate witness of the restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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In Emilee's opinion:

Carthage was a short 50 minute film based on the days before the martyrdom. It was a sweet and powerful film that brought me to tears. I thought Jasen Wade and Darin Southam did a fabulous job as Hyrum and Joseph Smith. I also loved Lincoln Hoppe's (John Taylor) voice as he sang A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief. He had a beautiful voice. I've never visited Carthage jail (on my bucket list) so I thought it was interesting that their jail door was open most of the time.  I thought Carthage would be a wonderful addition to any LDS DVD library. It was a great movie to watch on the Sabbath. I definitely recommend that everyone watch it. Outstanding job John Lyde!

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