Powder River - Season 7, Vol. 2

  • by Jerry Robbins
  • Narrated by Jerry Robbins, The Colonial Radio Players
  • 2 hrs and 44 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

Powder River, Season 7, Vol. 2, contains the final six episodes from Colonial's long running western series' seventh season. Episodes include: "The Map of Legend" - two strangers are digging in the hills outside of Clearmont. Britt has his suspicions and sets a trap for them. "The Great Stagecoach Race" - When Matt discovers Jasper's old abandoned stagecoach, he challenges the train to a race, from Sheridan to Clearmont. "Pennies on a Dead Man's Eyes" - a dying man sees his life flash before his eyes. "The Rustlers" - when one of their men is wounded, Cattle rustlers head into Clearmont for a doctor. When they learn Doc is out of town, they kidnap Millie, knowing he will follow. "The Fire, Part 1" - Tragedy strikes Clearmont in the form of a deadly fire. "The Fire, Part 2" - Doc sinks into a depression after the fire, as Erica is forced to print a devastating story in the Bugle of how the fire may have been started.
Powder River is a full-cast audio drama written and directed by Jerry Robbins, Produced by Seth Adam Sher, with Music by Jeffrey Gage and cover art by Jeffrey Hayes.

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Awesome as I suspected.

This is another great production from a great group of people. thank you CRT and Jerry Robbins.
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- Ralph Mansker "Powder Rivers #1 Fan!!!"

Take me back to the Powder river

What made the experience of listening to Powder River - Season 7, Vol. 2 the most enjoyable?

The story is non stop excitement and adventure, Theres never a dull moment on the Powder river


What did you like best about this story?

.The story keeps you interestedThe sound affects make you feel like you are there, The cast does a wonderful job playing there parts from beginning to end.


What does Jerry Robbins and The Colonial Radio Players bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The story keeps you interestedThe sound affects make you feel like you are there, The cast does a wonderful job playing there parts from beginning to end.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

yes


Any additional comments?

The cast and crew at Colonial radio Theatre always puts everything they have into there productions, They respond to there fans on facebook , and its always a treat when jerry Robbins himself talks to his fans, Very fan friendly at CRT and that is very much appreciated. CRT lets you know when there are new productions coming out and gives us the fans there best efforts each and every production, keep up the good work JR and cast

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- jimbuck1

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-21-2013
  • Publisher: The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air