Production Notes
Links:
Bethel Barnhouse home
Main Film Page
Scene of Confederate charge during battle at
Yellow Bayou, Louisiana
Special thanks go to Dennis and Jedidiah
Beeman for sharing their Civil War
Reenactment expertise and materials,
and to James Gallagher for his expert
violin performance during the campfire
scene.  Also, a special note of thanks to
Drew Berkemeyer for his excellent
camera work, to Pleas McKee for his
lights and equipment, and to all of the
actors who helped to make this possible.  
We also appreciated the
Hale family for
their hard work in making cakes for the
crew. We hope to update this with more
film grabs from this project.  So, check
back later!
Greater love hath no man
than this,
that a man lay down his life
for his friends.
John 15:13
Background
THANK YOU for your help and
support during our film project.  
We are praising the Lord for the
wonderful results of our film shoots
this weekend, and treasuring the
love that he has poured out on us
through you.  We hope and pray
that this was an edifying experience
for you, and welcome your
comments.  We have also created a
special Yahoo! group for sharing
comments and uploading photos.
What Better Dignity
Scene of Union volley during battle at Yellow Bayou, Louisiana
Barkley's letter delivered to Araminta
in Texas by courier.
Filming of Daniel and
Grandmother Dupuis
on June 26, 2004
Barkley with George's horse
The letter, and campfire scene.