Luke Slaughter of Tombstone

Slaughter's my name. Cattles my business. It's a big business. I got a big stake in it.”

By Various Read by Ensemble Cast Classics / Fiction / Western English, Unabridged 6h 40m Sell Sheet Also available on
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1 MP3 CDs November 3, 2015 $19.99 $19.99 9781520001883 Add to Cart
8 Audio CDs November 3, 2015 $19.99 $19.99 9781520001326 Add to Cart
							Produced and directed by William N. Robson ("Calling All Cars" Laramie"), "Luke slaughter of Tombstone" was one of the many adult westerns to debut on radio during the mid-1950s. The series tells the tale of a former Civil War cavalry officer who became a successful cattleman in the Arizona territory of the 1870s - a rough and tumble life, with many a gunfight and confrontation along the way. Standing as an equal among its counterparts - including "Gunsmoke",  "Have Gun Will Travel", and "Frontier Gentleman" - "Luke Slaughter" remains a beautifully produced program, highlighted by realistic sound patterns, impressive acting by a company of seasoned radio performers, and well - written scripts that still have the power to engross modern listeners.