Written, Produced, and Directed by
Director of Photography
Original Music Composer
Jesse James- Mitchell McCann
Frank James- Brian Paulette
Young Jesse James- Raleigh Craighead
"Bloody Bill" Anderson- Brian Hartley
Nate Van Campen
Donald J. Culbertson
Lawrence E. Culbertson
Charles W. Cummings
Chelsea M. Cummings
Hope D. Cummings
Raymond E. Dodd
Michael C. Dye
James Flint-Smith Jr.
Timothy W. Grake
Donald L. Greene
Harold W. James
Nathanael W. James
Allen G. Welty
On-camera interview subjects
Fred Chiaventone, author
Michael Gooch, local historian
Deb Goodrich, publisher, Kansas Journal of Military History
Tom Goodrich, author
Cathy M. Jackson, journalism historian
Christopher Phillips, historian
Phil Stewart, local historian
T.J. Stiles, author
Janet de Paiva
Special Effects Artist
Hair / Make-up Artist
Jesse Wardrobe Construction
"Bloody Bill" Wardrobe Construction
Art Department Assistants
Fotokem Film & Video
Spy Post Digital
Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
Chicago Historical Society
Clay County Department of Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites
Clay County Museum and Historical Society
General Sweeny's Civil War Museum
Jackson County Historical Society
Joanne Eakin Collection
Kansas State Historical Society
Library of Congress
Minnesota Historical Society
Missouri State Archives
Collection of The New-York Historical Society
New York Public Library
New York Times
Northfield Historical Society
Patee House Museum
Phil Stewart Collection
Ralph Ganis Collection
Springfield Art Museum
Stanford University Libraries Department of Special Collections
State Historical Society of Iowa
State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia
Ford Albums Collection, Special Collections: Photographic Archives, University of Louisville
Homer Croy, Papers, 1905-1965, Western Historical Manuscript Collection
Clay County Department of Parks, Recreation & Historic Sites
Emergency Medical Consultants
James County Mercantile
Julie and Ralph Ganis
Kansas City Film Commission
Watkins Woolen Mill, Missouri State Parks, Department of Natural Resources
Very Special Thanks
Culbertson Family & Western Frontier Adventure
The production team would like to acknowledge T.J. Stiles' book Jesse James: Last Rebel of the Civil War. Consult the further reading page for a list of more books and websites related to Jesse James.
James E. Dunford
A HiddenHill Productions film for
WGBH Educational Foundation
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