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Comment made by Larry Albert ( ) on 2013-01-19 22:40:21

Unfortunately there is only one more episode called "Heaven Doesn't Take Plastic." My idea was to update the old 70's series Dameron with new adptations of those old scripts. Sadly the actor I wrote them for moved to L. A. and trying to rework the old series had several problems. There was never any back story for Dameron and in today's world of high speed communications the idea of a globe-trotting trouble shooter just wasn't jelling. I have a third script about 3/4s done but I haven't touched it in years. M. J. Elliot has written a pilot for a new Dameron series and we're seriously looking at it. Very happy you liked the show.
Comment made by Lee & Pat ( ) on 2013-01-19 20:42:29

We really liked the Simon Walker show. Is it a new one? We hope there will be more episodes of it. Great job by all concerned. Lee & Pat
Comment made by Larry Albert ( ) on 2013-01-18 13:09:35

I'm saying this as a listener not as a producer. I like, a great deal the latest Powder River shows for the simple reason I'm learning more about this characters and how they interact as individuals in the scheme of the Powder River universe. In the case of "Why Dawes is a Bachelor" the story shows us another dimension of the Sheriff that had not been on display before and hence gives him more depth. The relationship developing between Doc and Milly continues that broadning of the chracter scope. Yes I like a good "lets get the bad guy and blow his brains' out western, I ownalmost 400 west films, but I do like to see human beings and not cardboard cut outs as well from time to time and I think Jerry has taken a the Powder River folks in the right direction of believeability (sp).
Comment made by Jerry Robbins ( ) on 2013-01-17 23:17:05

Thank you, Stewart! Very much appreciated!
Comment made by Stewart ( ) on 2013-01-17 21:14:35

Jerry, just thought I would let you know that I have enjoyed the last few episodes of POWDER RIVER in which you have supplied "Back Story" on some of the recurring characters. I particularly enjoyed "The Tip of the Hand and the Tell of the Eye" and card game between Britt and Griffin. In fact, today I purchased SHILOH and POWDER RIVER - SEASON FIVE. I will be purchasing SEASON 6 when it becomes available.
Comment made by Jerry Robbins ( ) on 2013-01-16 18:35:31

LOL, okay, I love the suds line at the end - good one! :) Lets say you're being lulled into a false sense of security. We are many episodes ahead of what is being broadcast on Imagination Theater, and the show does indeed take some more harsh turns that will surprise and maybe even shock some people. I confess, I was getting a little tired writing the shoot-em-ups and wanted to do some more with characters and general life around town ... but I totally hear what you are saying. However, these episodes let us get to know the people in the town a little better, which will make the episodes ahead have all the more meaning when you see what happens. Don't worry - I promise you'll get your wish - and thanks for the kind words - much appreciated!
Comment made by Jim Meals ( ) on 2013-01-16 13:22:06

I have always been a strong supporter of Powder River. But the last few episodes of PR have been very disappointing. Clearmont is turning into Mayberry with warm, fuzzy stories of Millieís romance with Doc, etc. Concepts such as excitement and suspense seem to have been abandoned. Britt MacMaster doesnít spend much time in town anymore. Maybe he thinks the place is getting dull. I would have to agree. Please, Jerry Robbins, letís get this fine show back on track. There are still plenty of soap operas on TV. We donít need suds flowing from Powder River.
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