Powder River - Season Four

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Powder River - Season Four

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Written By: Jerome Robbins       
Narrated By: Various Readers , Jerry Robbins
Date: 10 June 2012
Duration: 06:16:00

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Radio Theatre Dramatization

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New Englands favorite TV Cowboy, Rex Trailer, guest stars in the two-part season opener, Return of the Legend. Britt MacMasters and his father track outlaw Jeb Pickett after the Stagecoach hold up - A new band of deadly outlaws appears in the territory as Doc is seriously injured in an explosion - While in Chicago, Britt once again meets famed singer Jenny White - When a young lady is the sole survivor of an Indian attack on a raft traveling on the Powder, Britt, Dawes and Doc try to prevent another uprising by the Sioux - The railroad arrives in Clearmont, bringing one thousand workers and trouble. These and many more exciting adventures from the entire fourth season of Powder River! Episodes include: Return of the Legend, Part 1/ Return of the Legend, Part 2/ The Nitro Gang/ Jack Sherman Escapes/ Twilight/ In Chicago/ Revelations/ Ambush At Powder River/ The Shootin' Arm/ The Tomahawk Trail/ The River Pirates/ The Man In The Iron Mask/ The Railroad/ The Buffalo/ End Of Track.

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Jerome Robbins

Jerome Robbins (October 11, 1918 – July 29, 1998) was an American choreographer, director, dancer, and theater producer who worked in classical ballet, on Broadway, and in films and television. Among his numerous stage productions he worked on were On the Town, Peter Pan, High Button Shoes, The King And I, The Pajama Game, Bells Are Ringing, West Side Story, Gypsy: A Musical Fable, and Fiddler on the Roof; Robbins was a five time Tony Award winner and a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors. He received two Academy Awards, including the 1961 Academy Award for Best Director with Robert Wise for West Side Story. A documentary about his life and work, Something to Dance About, featuring excerpts from his journals, archival performance and rehearsal footage, and interviews with Robbins and his colleagues, premiered on PBS in 2009 and won both an Emmy and a Peabody Award the same year.