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Produced, Written & Directed by: Guy Perrotta & Charles Clemmons
Dramatic & Artistic Director: Guy Perrotta
Editor: Charles Clemmons
Narration: Roy Scheider, Dovie Thomason (Lakota-Kiowa/Apache)& Sheri Graubert
Original Music:Charles David Denler
Associate Producer: Jonathan Perry (Wampanoag)
Principal Cinematography: Garrett C. Maynard & Charles Clemmons

Principal Cast:
JOHN UNDERHILL William Scott Russell
JOHN MASON Morton Hall Millen
UNCAS Chris Ortiz (Wampanoag)
SASSACUS Gregory Zaragoza (Pima)
JOHN WINTHROP, SR. Jeremy Black
ROGER WILLIAMS Simon Boughey
PEQUOT ENVOY Jonathan Perry (Wampanoag)
MIANTANOMO Cliff Drake (Lumbee)
HELENA UNDERHILL Sheri Graubert
LION GARDINER Dennis Smith
WINCOMBONE Strong Woman
PEQUOT WARRIOR Matt Vianna (Algonquin-Cherokee)
JOHN STONE Thom Delventhal
NARRAGANSETT ELDER Cochise Medicine Shield (Deleware)
THE OLD CHIEF Howling Wolf (Micmac)
SMALLPOX VICTIM Matoaka Little Eagle (Tewa/Apache/Chicka)
SMALLPOX VICTIM Arlene Diaz (Taino)
INDIAN IN SCARLET MANTLE Joe Cross (Caddo/Potawatomi)
DEBORAH UNDERHILL Evie Dill
DAUGHTER OF WINCOMBONE Lily-Rae O'Brien


Voices:
WILLIAM APESS Steve Elm (Oneida)
JOHN BREWSTER David Conaway
SASSACUS (ENGLISH) Joe Cross (Caddo/Potawatomi)
UNCAS (ENGLISH) Cliff Drake (Lumbee)
WINCOMBONE (ENGLISH) Matoaka Little Eagle (Tewa/Apache/Chicka)
WILLIAM BRADFORD Andy Dolan
JOHN COTTON Jeremy Black
EDWARD JOHNSON Jeremy Black
JOHN ENDICOTT Mark McConnell
Additional Cinematography:
Charles Clemmons, Joe DeFelice, Eagle Eye Productions, Energy Films & Ernest Skinner
Original Music Composed & Performed By:
Ron Perry, George Penedo & Tim Perniciaro
 
Music Performance:
Joanne Shenandoah (Oneida) from the albums "Matriarch" and "Life Blood" used courtesy of Silver Wave Records, P.O. Box 7943, Boulder, CO 803061-800-SIL-WAVE      www.silverwave.com
Native American Flute performed by Hawk Henries (Nipmuc)
Renaissance Recorder performed by Christopher Barry
Psalm 100 performed by The Westport Madrigal Singers
 
Acting Coach, Salem Massachusetts: Thom Delventhal
Original Music Composition & Performance on Location: Strong Woman
Dramatizations based in part on Elegy for an Icon, a stage play by Nicholas P. Checker
Other Dramatizations written by Guy Perrotta & Charles Clemmons
Casting: Sasco Creek Productions
Production Design: Sasco Creek Productions/Guy Perrotta
Original Art: Elizabeth Perry (Wampanoag) & Guy Perrotta
Illustrations & Paintings Provided By: David Wagner
Hair & Makeup: Bernard de la Rivera
Costume: Janet Nickerson
Advisors & Consultants:

John Brown III (Narragansett) Kevin A. McBride, Ph.D.
Kathleen Bragdon, Ph.D. Dale Plummer
Alfred A.Cave, Ph.D. Trudie Lamb Richmond (Schagticoke)
Paul Grant-Costa, Ph.D., J.D. Neal Salisbury, Ph.D.
James A. Cunha, Jr., (Eastern Pequot) Tall Oak (Absentee Mashantucket Pequot)
Jo Ann Dark Eyes (Mashantucket Pequot) Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel (Mohegan)
Dreaming Spirits, (Eastern Pequot) George T. Underhill, Jr.
Raymond A. Geer, (Eastern Pequot) Alden T. Vaughan, Ph.D.
Francis Jennings, Ph.D. James Wherry
Alvin M. Josephy, Jr.
Development Advisor: Ernest Wiegand
Senior Production Consultant: Ron Gould
Algonquian Language Consultant: Moondancer
Algonquian Language Coaching: Strong Woman
Associate Producer (Rhode Island): Strong Woman
Production Associates: Diane Fraher (Amerinda), Bruce Jansen & Kathryn Stroomer
Assistant Camera: Tim Perniciaro, Justin Bisceglio & William Scott Russell
Film Processing & Telecine Transfer: DuArt Film & Video, CM Transfer & Cine Lab
Graphic Artist: Justin Bisceglio
Location Nurse: Vida Carford
Interviewer: Guy Perrotta
Post Production Facilities: Wiltonwood Productions, Inc.
Voice Recording:

On-Track Productions Tim Perniciaro PalaceDigital Center
Justin Bisceglio Sunrise Pictures Audio 911
World Cottage
Sound Effects:
Bird & Insect Sounds courtesy of Macaulay Library, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Cornell University
Some sound effects Copyright 2002 COSMI Corporation
Still Images:
American Antiquarian Society New York City Public Library
Bridgeman Collection/Yale Center for British Art The Rosenbach Museum and Library
Connecticut State Library Northwind Picture Archives
Chris Cook Pilgrim Hall Museum
Corbis/Bettman Archives State Library of Massachusetts
Granger Collection The Stefan Lorant Family
Haffenreffer Museum/Brown University The Underhill Society of America
Library of Congress Wadsworth Antheneum
Mashantucket Pequot Museum/Research Center Wethersfield Historical Society
National Park Service Williams College
Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island
Principal Native Reenactors:
Darius Coombs Melanie Roderick
Harry Hawk Edmonds Timothy Roderick
Lee Brave Edmonds Erin Saulnier
Kenneth Quitugua Patricia Turner-Weeden
Principal Colonial Reenactors:
Stephan Barratt John Scofield
Kevin Bodell James Scofield
Randolph Carford Daniel Turner
Kevin Crowley Wayne Underkoffer
Steve Landau Sir Thomas Blackwell's Regiment
 
Other Players:
Bob Abbott Sarah Howard Kali Reis
Paco Arias C.T. Iannuzzo John Santos
Patricia Baptista-Reis Ron King Charles Schifferdocker
Chris Benedetto Linda Lane Ronald Surprenant, Sr.
Jeffrey Bromberger Brenda MacKay Belinda Tartaglia
Paul Bulloch Arthur Malestein Mike Tartaglio
Gene Cascicari Bil Martinnean Joanna Taver
Brian Coelho, Jr. Donna Edmonds Mitchell John Karl Tritt
Julia Coelho Christine Moscardini Bill Walker
George Estes Jacalyn O'Sullivan Susan Waters
Spotted Eagle Woman L.E. Pearson Charles Weeden III
William Gates Dolores Quartey Melissa Weeden
Ted Gianitti Suzanne Racowsky Kathryn West
Angela Grassi Richard Rausch Ernest Wiegand
James Hunter Heinlen Victoria Rebal  
 
Publicity & Promotion: Michael Kicking Bear (Mashantucket Pequot), Christine Klimek & Michael May
Set Decoration: Allscape
Still Photography: Regina C. Robinson
Production Assistants:
Gabrielle Amarati Albert Jansen Donna Scott
David Brutus Keith Jurow Carmen Tilzer
Randolph Carford Amanda Martin Christine Tremblay
Vida Carford Sue Martin Bill Walker
Brian Coelho Ann Mullen Ernest Wiegand
Rose Dell'Orso Debbie de la Rivera  
Arlene Diaz Dina Rossi  
Special Thanks:
American Antiquarian Society David D. Fowler Nature Center for Environmental Activities
American Association of State & Local History Valerie Gumpyser Norman Bird Sanctuary
American Indian Community House Bob Hollaran Art Nyala
Archaeology Club, Norwalk Community College Arthur Hennick Palisades Interstate Park Commission
Sophie Black Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University Joe Pantoliano
Nicki Bresnyan Hudson Highlands State Park Anthony Perrotta
Center for Race & Ethnicity in America Indian & Colonial Research Crnter New Bedford Rod & Gun Club
Jesse Cooday Institute for American Indian Studies Sachem's Head Association
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection E. Jansen Salem 1630 Pioneer Village
Donald Crane Charlene Jones, Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Councilor St. John’s Episcopal Church, Stamford
Kevin Cunningham, Dover Stone Church Michael Kerbel Carolyn Simon
Jim Cyrus Ada Lambert Smith College
Pamela Dapra Marianne Lampke Trinity Episcopal Church, Southport
Michael Donaghue Peter Lampke The Underhill Society of America
Dover Plains Town Library, New York Frank Limpert Wilton Library Association
East Lyme Historical Society Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center Town of Wilton
Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation The Mohegan Tribe Wilton Land Conservation Trust
Louis Edmonds Olde Mistick Village Dorothy Whitfield Historic Society
Laszlo Haverland Mystic River Historical Society Woodcock Nature Center
Fairfield Conservation Department Norwalk Community College Yale University
Fairfield Historical Society City of Norwich The Screen Actors Guild
With permission, narration text taken in part from:
Manitou and Providence: Indians, Europeans, and the Making of New England, 1500-1643 by Neal Salisbury. Copyright 1982 by Oxford University Press, Inc.
The Pequot War by Alfred A.Cave (Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1996). Copyright 1996 by The University of Massachusetts Press
New England Frontier: Puritans and Indians, 1620-1675 by Alden T. Vaughan. Copyright 1965, 1979, 1995 by Alden T. Vaughan. Published by the University of Oklahoma Press.
The Invasion of America: Indians, Colonialism, and the Cant of Conquest by Francis Jennings. Copyright 1975 by the University of North Carolina Press.
Fiscal Sponsors: Boston Film & Video Foundation & International Documentary Association
Made Possible in Part By: Eastman Kodak & The International Documentary Association
Shot on Location in:
Arizona
California
Connecticut
Massachusetts
Montana
New York
North Carolina
Rhode Island
Virginia
Washington
In Memoriam:
Laszlo Haverland
Francis Jennings, Ph.D.
Howling Wolf (Micmac)