Gospel Bill Show Episode (The Fugitive -- Pt. 1).wmv





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Published on Jun 20, 2011

(C)1991-93 Willie George Ministries

Probably one of the last Gospel Bill shows produced, and one that I had both parts of...but in different formats on different channels (part 1 was recorded a few years back on CTN; while the 2nd part came from a 1998 recording on TBN, thus if there are any significant changes between the parts as far as video quality, that probably explains it). Apparently, by this point some changes had been made to freshen the show up; as the Gospel Bill Show title had returned after being shelved in favor of the "Adventures in Dry Gulch" branding; the T.U./T.W. Tutwater character was apparently retired and most notably, an increasing amount of the show was shot at Dry Gulch U.S.A. (as would future projects such as the Cimmaron Trail; the Bill Gunter; U.S. Marshall series and the latter two films of the Wichita Slim trilogy {Covenant Rider and The Treasure of Eagle Mountain})

Anyhow, Luther Bedlow (main villian) unleashes his most dastardly plot yet. After learning that there is gold under Dry Gulch (and wanting to mine it), he then funnels money to the Southwest Territory gubernatorial campaign of the (appropriately named) I.B. Crook; then plotting to have Gospel Bill framed for embezzlement (as he also serves as the county tax collector); with the ultimate goal of having him shot down.

Willie George as Gospel Bill and Luther Bedlow (though the latter is credited as "Himself")
Ken Blount as Nicodemus
Jeff Merrill as Elmer Barnes
Lana Osborn as Miss Lana
John Witty as I.B. Crook
Rodney Lynch as U.B. Crook
Tim Lambert as Farmer
Bob Maras (also stunt coordinator), Jim Wideman (better known from the later Dry Gulch productions as barber/undertaker Lefty), Dan Koko and Chris Conley as Territorial Rangers


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