Re-experience the humor of J. Golden Kimball, a general authorities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in this one-man show starring his great-grand nephew.
Release date: Thursday, November 14th, 1996
In Mormon history few individuals have captured the hearts and imaginations of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints members quite like J. Golden Kimball. This former mule skinner and cowboy who rose to become a General Authority spoke plainly and honestly, and people loved him for it. But it was his gift of wit and spontaneity, combined with his colorful language that have made his stories part of Mormon folklore today. KUED retells some of the best J. Golden Kimball stories in a one-man show, Remembering Uncle Golden, performed by his great-grandnephew, Jim Kimball of Salt Lake City. The show is produced by Elizabeth Searles and narrated by H.E.D. Redford. Diana Jergensen served as associate producer on the project.
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