Powder River - Season Twelve by Jerry Robbins audiobook

Powder River - Season Twelve

By Jerry Robbins
Performed by Jerry Robbins  and  the Colonial Radio Players

The Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio
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In Season 12, Vol. 1, Millie and Doc meet their newest challenge head on, but Millie decides it may be time to sell her beloved General Store, restaurant, and hotel. Britt heads out of town on the trail of a dangerous outlaw and is soon joined by an unlikely helper, who promises more trouble than help. Meanwhile, Jacob returns to Clearmont having graduated college, but draws the ire of Cheyenne who is about to marry Laurel, but senses his fiancé may have eyes for the new lawyer instead. A death on a train sends Doc, Dawes, and Britt on the trail of a killer. And Britt, Levi, Andy, and Jacob face almost certain death when the MacMasters ranch is attacked by a large war party. Soon, big changes come to Clearmont as Millie sells her beloved hotel, and when a happy day of marriage is followed by a sad day of loss, the town once again needs to look towards the sunrise and the days ahead. Twelve exciting adventures await you along the banks of the mighty Powder River in Season 12, of The Colonial Radio Theatre’s long running western. Starring Jerry Robbins and The Colonial Radio Players. Episodes include: Lighten the Burdens/ Nothing Is Forever/ Last Train From Kansas City/ The Homecoming/ The Left Hook/ The Renegades/ Big Business/ Tea Room Of The Golden Nugget/ The Storm And The Snake/ The Showgirl/ Of Love, Marriage, And Good-bye/ In Paris, In Dreams. Executive producer: Mark Vander Berg. Produced by Neil Gustin. Music by Jeffrey Gage. Written and directed by Jerry Robbins.

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In Season 12, Vol. 1, Millie and Doc meet their newest challenge head on, but Millie decides it may be time to sell her beloved General Store, restaurant, and hotel. Britt heads out of town on the trail of a dangerous outlaw and is soon joined by an unlikely helper, who promises more trouble than help. Meanwhile, Jacob returns to Clearmont having graduated college, but draws the ire of Cheyenne who is about to marry Laurel, but senses his fiancé may have eyes for the new lawyer instead. A death on a train sends Doc, Dawes, and Britt on the trail of a killer. And Britt, Levi, Andy, and Jacob face almost certain death when the MacMasters ranch is attacked by a large war party. Soon, big changes come to Clearmont as Millie sells her beloved hotel, and when a happy day of marriage is followed by a sad day of loss, the town once again needs to look towards the sunrise and the days ahead.

Twelve exciting adventures await you along the banks of the mighty Powder River in Season 12, of The Colonial Radio Theatre’s long running western.

Starring Jerry Robbins and The Colonial Radio Players.

Episodes include:

Lighten the Burdens/ Nothing Is Forever/ Last Train From Kansas City/ The Homecoming/ The Left Hook/ The Renegades/ Big Business/ Tea Room Of The Golden Nugget/ The Storm And The Snake/ The Showgirl/ Of Love, Marriage, And Good-bye/ In Paris, In Dreams.

Executive producer: Mark Vander Berg. Produced by Neil Gustin. Music by Jeffrey Gage. Written and directed by Jerry Robbins.

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Author Bio: Jerry Robbins

Author Bio: Jerry Robbins

Jerry Robbins is an American actor and singer who has performed in more than one hundred stage productions, including an acclaimed portrayal of John Barrymore in William Luces’ play, Barrymore. He has also written and produced forty radio plays with his company, the Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air, winning the Parents Choice Award for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 2001 and an Audio Worlds Golden Headset Award for Little Big Horn in 1999.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Nonfiction/Drama/Performing Arts
Runtime: 5.00
Audience: Adult
Language: English