Guipago's Vow [Dramatized Adaptation]
Bradley Smith, Terence Aselford, Christopher Graybill, a full cst, Ted Stoddard, Colleen Delaney, Nanette Savard, Richard Rohan, Gary Telles, Tim Pabon, Ken Jackson, Tim Carlin, James Konicek, David Coyne, Dylan Lynch, Mort Shelby, Eric Messner, Yasmin Tuazon, Catherine Aselford, Joe Brack, Michael John Casey, Thomas Keegan, Michael Glenn, Danny Gavigan, Kimberly Gilbert, Ren Kasey, Casie Platt, James Keegan, Patrick Bussink
Haseloff's characters embody the fundamental values--honor, duty, courage, and family--that prevailed on the American frontier and were instilled in the young Haseloff by her own "heroes," her mother and her grandmother. Her stories, in a sense, dramatize how these values endure when challenged by the adversities and cruelties of frontier existence. Her talent rests in her ability to tell a story with an economy of words and in the seemingly effortless way she uses language.