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Stand-Alone Title
Texas Showdown

by Elmer Kelton
Apr 1, 2012
6 Hours
6
978-1-59950-839-9
Ages 13+
Elmer Kelton writes of his beloved home country, West Texas, in these two stories of cowmen and cow country.

In "Pecos Crossing", two young cowboys, Johnny Fristo and Speck Quitman, have been cheated of six months' hard-earned pay by their rancher boss, Larramore and intend to get what is due to them.

In "Shotgun", Two Forks, Texas, rancher Blair Bishop must contend with a mean customer named Macy Modock, who Bishop sent to prison ten years past. Modock is out of the hoosegow and has returned to Two Forks determined to get even with the man who sent him up the river.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Terence Aselford
Starring Terence Aselford, Joel David Santner, Christopher Graybill, Thomas Keegan, Joe Brack, Kimberly Gilbert, Gary Telles, Richard Rohan, Scott McCormick, Drew Kopas, Alyssa Wilmoth, Tim Carlin, Michael Glenn, David Coyne, Bobby Aselford, Ken Jackson, Nanette Savard, Dylan Lynch, Michael John Casey, Lily Beacon, Johann Dettweiler, Patrick Bussink and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Temesgen Wubneh
Sound Designers Temesgen Wubneh
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Quarreling Duos by James (Posted on 3/21/2015)
I might be very harsh on this story, the first story started out very grating on my nerves and Specs continued to grate on my nerve the entire story. I even had to turn it off several times, but continued to listen to it just to be fair. The story seemed very contrived and unrealistic. The constant bickering between Spec and his best bud was not what I wanted to listen to on a long drive. The second story started out okay but when the land owner started bickering with the so called cattle rustler I had to quit listen and I started listen to another movie. I rated this low because I like more western mysteries and intrigue instead of quarreling duos.
Very Good Westerns by Wayne (Posted on 10/12/2013)
This was two very good western stories. The first was good with a touching ending. The second just ended up turning out great. I liked them both very much. I must buy for anyone that loves good westerns

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