Baptists at Our Barbecue

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Baptists at Our Barbecue
Directed by Christian Vuissa
Starring Dan Merkley
Steve Anderson
Heather Beers
Wayne Brennan
Katherine Brim
Jan Broberg Felt
Bonnie Burt
Michael Anthony Christian
Bernie Diamond
Frank Gerrish
Distributed by Blue Crow Productions
Release date
Running time
88 min.
Language English

Baptists at Our Barbecue is a 2004 comedy film based on the 1996 novel of the same name by Robert Farrell Smith. It was directed, and produced by Christian Vuissa. This film features some The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) centric humor that is meant to appeal to Mormon audiences, humor that people who are not LDS are not likely to get, as well as some humor aimed at non-Mormon audiences.


"Baptists at Our Barbecue" is the story of the small town of Longwinded, Arizona, USA, a divided, feuding town of 262 Mormons and 262 Baptists.[1] It's also a story about one man who will try anything to end the ridiculous feud, bring the town together, and keep the peace-loving girl of his dreams from leaving town.[2]

Main cast[edit]

  • Dan Merkley as Tartan
  • Heather Beers as Charity
  • Jan Broberg Felt as Tartan's Mom
  • Dane Stephens as Sheriff Bob
  • Frank Gerrish as Brother Hatch
  • Tony Larimer as Pastor Stevens


  • "New Emotion" – Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband
  • "Mircle" – Jamen Brooks
  • "Lucia" – The Court & Spark
  • "A Thousand Miles" – Angela Pace
  • "Long Old Time" – Micah Dahl Anderson
  • "Ghosts Are Good Company" – Bishop Allen
  • "Grew Young" – Sweethaven
  • "Quarry Anthem" – Big Smith
  • "Women Thoughts" – Greg Duckwitz
  • "Head Up the Mountain" – Jamen Brooks
  • "O Sister, There Thou Art" – Micah Dahl Anderson
  • "Stretch On, Road" – Night In Wyoming
  • "The Calm Before the Storm" – Greg Duckwitz
  • "Hallelujah II" – The Court & Spark
  • "If" – The Happies
  • "Perfectly Complicated" – Tiffany Fronk
  • "Let's Have a Barbecue!" – Matt Mattson


  1. ^ "Baptists at Our Barbecue". Mormon Literature & Creative Arts. Retrieved 29 April 2014. 
  2. ^ Baptists at Our Barbecue on IMDb

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