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Revision as of 21:53, 24 September 2012

End of the Spear film poster.

Movie (2006)

Starring:
Louie Leonardo (Mincayani)
Chad Allen (Nate Saint/Steve Saint/Narrator)
Chase Ellison (Young Steve Saint)
Sean McGowan (Jim Elliot)
Stephen Caudill (Ed McCully)
Matt Lutz (Pete Fleming)

The film gives a dramatized account of the death and legacy of five American missionaries who were killed while conducting outreach in South America.

Piper PA-14 Family Cruiser

Nate Saint's Piper PA-14 is depicted by a restored flying example. Most flying scenes were filmed on location in South America, but some scenes showing the actors in the cockpit appear to be studio shots, enhanced with digital effects.

EOTSPiper-11.jpg
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