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Eight film factoids about The Work and the Glory III: A House Divided, opening Nov. 22

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8. It’s the conclusion to the most important Mormon Cinema trilogy since the Singles Ward/R.M./Home Teachers/Church Ball arc.

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7.Plans for The Work and the Glory 3-D were scrapped when Ensign magazine declined to carry the glasses inserts.

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6. The much-despised recurring character Jar-Jar Steed was written out of the script at the last minute.

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5. Due to budget constraints, the film was shot entirely inside the Miller Motorsports Park.

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4. Also, the Utah Jazz players and dancers in the backgrounds as extras are virtually unnoticeable.

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3.The soundtrack CD includes the new hit single by Jericho Road, “Ooo Girl (Don’t Persecute Our Love).nn

2. The kids’ W:G:III combo meal at The Mayan includes a Joseph Smith action figure and an “Escape From Liberty Jail” place mat.

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1.Local movie theaters will promote The Work and the Glory III as having “significantly less full-frontal male nudity than Borat.

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