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Who is Richard Dutcher?
Richard Dutcher: Richard Alan Dutcher is an American independent filmmaker who produces, writes, directs, edits, and frequently stars in his films. After making God's Army, a successful 2000 movie about LDS missionaries, Dutcher became well known among members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and received the nickname "The Father of Mormon Cinema.” In 2007, Dutcher left the LDS Church.
- also known as Richard Alan Dutcher, Richard Hill, The Father of Mormon Cinema
- born in (52 years ago) in Oak Park
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Brigham Young University
- profession: Screenwriter, actor, film director, film producer, film editor
- Marriage with Gwen Dutcher between and (23 years)
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- official website: www.richarddutcher.com
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by Davis Bitton, Thomas G. Alexander
Richard Dutcher produced God's Army, Brigham City, and States of Grace. Best Two Years showed the difficulty of proselytizing in the Netherlands and the humanness of the young missionaries. The Work and the Glory, a successful historical ...
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