Episode #14 Credits

Created By
John & Janet Pierson

Howard Bernstein
Eureka Pictures

Michael LaHaie

Written, co-produced
and occasionally directed by
John Pierson

Associate Producers
Michael LaHaie
Marina Zenovich

Opening theme, "The Bao Tao"
composed by
Tom Pomposello
Art Labriola
Performed by Oil Can
Available on Re-Signed CD
Once Were the Pastures of Plenty

Split Screen On the Road
Camera P.H. O'Brien
Driver/Stills Amy Elliot

How'd You Do That: It's Elementary
Producer Yvonne Welbon
Associate Producer Catherine Crouch
Camera Catherine Crouch
On-Line Editor C. Webb Young

"4 Little Girls" courtesy HBO
"It's Elementary" courtesy
Women's Educational Media

Cotton Fields
Producer Peter Wentworth
Camera/Editor John Reynolds
Stills Bob Basha
Featuring Jamie Arbuckle
Anne Coldwell
Mike Flippo
Dan Hydrick III
Philip Inwood
Michael Nesbi
Special Thanks to
College of Charleston
Robin Schuler   Richard Fulch
Margaret Mullins   David Bootwright
Willie McCrea   Steve Rhea   Arthur Howe
Lenny & Lucy Spears   Rent-A-Wreck
and of course Marj

"Mother of the River" (1995) dir. Zeinobu Davis
courtesy Wimmin with a Mission Prod.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" (1970) dir. Herbert Lom
courtesy Xenon Home Video

Carl Franklin
Director Phil Bertelsen
Camera Helen Tschudi
Sound Marianne Jacobsen
Special Thanks to Jesse Beaton
and Monarch Pictures

"A-Team" couresty
Stephen J. Cannell Prod./Universal Televsion
"Five on the Black Hand Side"
courtesy Turner Pictures
"One False Move" courtesy Sony Repertory
"Devil In a Blue Dress"
courtesy Tristar Pictures

American Breakdown
Director Jacob Young
Sound Larry Jefferies
Graphics Brad Stalnaker

Wraparound Music by
Disciples of Agriculture

Special Thanks to Chuck Grimes
at Aaron's Auto Parts

On-line Editor
Edith Newman

Post-Production Facilities
Isis Films, NYC

Executive Producer
Janet Pierson

Special thanks to Jonathan Sehring
and Caroline Kaplan at IFC
for making it all possible

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