The cast of the popular western serial Powder River saddle up for a second adventure! Featuring Jerry Robbins and The Colonial Radio Players, this action-packed adventure also features Rex Trailer, New England's favorite cowboy, as retired U.S. Marshall Dan MacMasters. Trailer was famous for the weekend children's show Boomtown, which aired in Boston, Massachusetts from 1956 to 1974. Continuing from Guns of Powder River, Britt and Doc are now in California and are going to visit Britt's father, Dan MacMasters. Along the way they discover two prospectors with gold fever in trouble with the infamous outlaw Angel Garret and his blood thirsty band of thieves. Unabridged audio CD; approximately 1 hour 13 minutes; 1 CD; performed by Jerry Robbins and The Colonial Radio Players.
Format: Compact disc Vendor: Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 1455804304 ISBN-13: 9781455804306 Availability: In Stock
Picking up where the Guns of Powder River left off, Britt and Doc are now in California and on their way to visit Britts father, retired U.S. Marshall Dan Mac Masters. But in the nearby mountains, two wily prospectors with gold fever get into trouble when the infamous outlaw Angel Garret and his gang of thieves attempt to steal the gold. This epic western features the performances of Rex Trailer, New Englands favorite cowboy, and his banjo-strumming sidekick, Sgt. Billy, who were famous for the weekend childrens show Boomtown, which aired on WBZ-TV in Boston, Massachusetts from 1956 to 1974.
Jerry Robbins, co-founder of the Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air has written and produced over 350 radio plays, including Ticonderoga, Captain Blood, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Gettysburg, Treasure Island, Yankee Clipper, Powder River, and Little Big Horn. In 2006 he started a collaboration with legendary author Ray Bradbury, producing Dandelion Wine, followed by Something Wicked This Way Comes, and wrote the script for, and produced The Halloween Tree; all award winning productions that garnered high praise from the master himself. He is currently working on a fourth collaboration with Mr. Bradbury, a radio dramatization of The Martian Chronicles.