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Smoke Jensen
40 : Strike of the Mountain Man

by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone
Feb 1, 2013
5 Hours
5
978-1-59950-954-9
Ages 18+
In Colorado Territory, Smoke Jensen is trying to live at peace with the big, beautiful world around him. Then a tinhorn named Puddle enters his valley-and unleashes a hellstorm of a range war.

Malcolm Theodore Puddle is a 21-year shipping clerk-from way back East. What is he doing out here? The Mountain Man's former neighbor, Humbolt Puddle, has died and left his crumbling 600-acre ranch to his only living heir, just as a greedy and ruthless cattle baron is circling the Humbolt ranch like a ravenous vulture. Poor, unsuspecting Puddle is walking into a death trap. Smoke is the not the pitying kind. But any enemy of Smoke's neighbor is his enemy, too: kill-crazy hired gunmen are threatening the whole valley and good men are dying. Puddle may not be much, but he's all Smoke has-as a take-no-prisoners mountain man and a timid tinhorn make for an army of two...in one hell of a fight.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Rose Elizabeth Supan
Starring Mort Shelby, James Lewis, Christopher Scheeren, James Keegan, Jonathan Watkins, Tim Getman, Terence Aselford, Richard Rohan, Drew Kopas, Tim Carlin, Christopher Graybill, Steven Carpenter, Michael Glenn, Bradley Smith, David Coyne, Alexander Strain, Thomas Keegan, Eric Messner, Tim Pabon, Michael John Casey, Colleen Delany, Elizabeth Jernigan, David Harris, Danny Gavigan, Joe Brack, Thomas Penny, Nick DePinto, Ken Jackson, Evan Casey, Dylan Lynch, Lily Beacon, Scott McCormick, Nanette Savard and Casie Platt
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Thomas Hogan
Sound Designers Thomas Hogan and Allison Thomas
Original Theme Music Johann Dettweiler
Additional Original Music Thomas Hogan and Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Though pretty typical in it's format, this one has a catchy subplot and a convincing villain in the guise of the rogue French soldier. The acting is good as usual, though there are some parts where the dialogs come in too soon or too late- overlapping the narration a bit.

I think the best part is how the hanging has been acted out in the end- right down to the choking to death...that's so gruesome that it's art!

I just wish Johnstone would move on from recycling that Priest character...we've seen that character so many times, not just in Smoke Jenson but other titles- sometimes under different name, but you can tell it's just the same carbon-copy of a small, vicious, supposeably super fast gunman.

Even that part about shooting his victim's ears until they are forced to draw...that's also been way overused.

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