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Colonial Radio's long-standing western series, Powder River, opens its 8th season with A Single Bullet, in which Jacob (James McLean) finally is promoted to Deputy of Clearmont, and his first day on the job proves to become one of Clearmont's darkest. Meanwhile, Doc (Lincoln Clark) is still struggling with guilt after the fire that destroyed his wife Millie's (Diane Lind) General Store, Restaurant, and Hotel. He is driven to The Point of No Return and faces a show-down with Britt MacMasters (Jerry Robbins), and in the episode From the Ashes Will Rise, the town of Clearmont discovers that through all the trials and tribulations, they will continue to survive and rebuild on the foundation of their past.
Episodes include: A Single Bullet, The Man of the Week, Point of No Return, Look Towards the Sunrise, From The Ashes Will Rise, The Law and His Son, The Dying Breed, Mrs. Octavia Hudson, The Happy Times, The Cheyenne Kid, The Prisoner Transfer, Part 1, The Prisoner Transfer, Part 2.
Unabridged audio CD; approximately 5 hours 26 minutes; 6 CDs; starring Jerry Robbins & The Colonial Radio Players.
Please note: There are a few instances where some may find the language may be mildly objectionable.
|Format: Compact disc|
Vendor: Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 5.50 X 5.00 X 0.75 (inches)|
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The award-winning Colonial Radio Theatre's long-running western series, Powder River, begins its 8th season with "A Single Bullet," in which Jacob (James McLean) is finally promoted to Deputy of Clearmont, and his first day on the job proves to become one of the town's darkest. Meanwhile, Doc (Lincoln Clark) is still struggling with guilt from the fire that destroyed his wife Millie's (Diane Lind) General Store, Restaurant, and Hotel. He is driven to "The Point Of No Return," and when he becomes a danger to himself and others, faces a show-down with Britt MacMasters (Jerry Robbins). In the episode "From The Ashes Will Rise," the town of Clearmont discovers that through all the trials and tribulations, they will continue to survive, overcome adversity, and rebuildon the foundation of their past. The season ends with the exciting two-part episode "The Prisoner Transfer," as Sheriff Dawes (Joseph Zamparelli) and his new deputy, Cheyenne (Jack Libesco), take the killer Max Clegg (Adam Heroux) over dangerous territory to his hanging in Casper but soon find themselves being pursued by Cleggs gang.
Starring Jerry Robbins Joseph Zamparelli, Lincoln Clark, Diane Lind, Marcia Friedman, Shana Dirik, Amy Sheridan, Gabriel Clark, James McLean, Ronni Marshak, Josh Lees, Rebecca Klein.
"A Single Bullet"
"The Man Of The Week"
"Point Of No Return"
"Look Towards The Sunrise"
"From The Ashes Will Rise"
"The Law And His Son"
"The Dying Breed"
"Mrs. Octavia Hudson"
"The Happy Times"
"The Cheyenne Kid"
"The Prisoner Transfer, Part 1"
"The Prisoner Transfer, Part 2"
Powder River contains mild language and western violence. Parental discretion is advised.
Shirley5 Stars Out Of 5Seasons 1 - 8December 5, 2014ShirleyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I could not find all the words to fully let you know how much we,as a Family have enjoyed ALL of the stories. The adventures ,excitement, the good & bad, the happy & sad. Our emotions, our feelings have been in these stories. EVERYONE that has a part in putting these stories THANK YOU for all of your time to give us times to share in the Old West. Must let you know how we appreciate the means of not using so many "cuss" words. Please, let Britt know that we ask him not to get old too quick. The stories are GREAT, each & every one that takes part, we feel we know you as we "live" these stories with you.