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== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
 
Working in a packing house, sex in the presence of death, the evil plant manager.  Working in a nuclear plant, sex and electricity, plant disasters, spies. Getting rich by black mailing a spy. Working as a test subject on addictive substances.  Running out of gas in the desert and having a meaningless encounter with an Indian. Jesus on the road to calvary - he considers alternatives, witnesses lovers with an audience, stops at a blues club.  Praying in a godless world. Woman talks about a man's illness.
 
Working in a packing house, sex in the presence of death, the evil plant manager.  Working in a nuclear plant, sex and electricity, plant disasters, spies. Getting rich by black mailing a spy. Working as a test subject on addictive substances.  Running out of gas in the desert and having a meaningless encounter with an Indian. Jesus on the road to calvary - he considers alternatives, witnesses lovers with an audience, stops at a blues club.  Praying in a godless world. Woman talks about a man's illness.
 
 
  
 
== Interesting Facts ==
 
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Revision as of 01:46, 4 June 2020

The Road To Calvary[1]
Series
Somewhere Out There
Original Broadcast Date
March 3, 1996
Cast
Joe Frank
Format
Absurd Monologue, Narrative Monologue, 1 hour
Preceded by: The Sacred
Followed by: God Only Knows

"I was working in a slaughterhouse. My job was to grasp two cantilevers."

The Road To Calvary is the name of a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Somewhere Out There. It was originally broadcast on March 3, 1996.

Synopsis

Working in a packing house, sex in the presence of death, the evil plant manager. Working in a nuclear plant, sex and electricity, plant disasters, spies. Getting rich by black mailing a spy. Working as a test subject on addictive substances. Running out of gas in the desert and having a meaningless encounter with an Indian. Jesus on the road to calvary - he considers alternatives, witnesses lovers with an audience, stops at a blues club. Praying in a godless world. Woman talks about a man's illness.

Interesting Facts

Music

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External Links

Somewhere Out There

Arena (Remix) | At The Dark End Of The Bar | Bible Salesman | Bible Stories | Black Light | Blues Singer | A Call In The Night (Remix) | A Death In The Family | An Enterprising Man | Escape From Paradise | Eye In The Sky | Fat Man Down | Five Part Dissonance (Remix) | God Only Knows | I'm Not Crazy (Remix) | Joe Frank Live - Women Police Officers | Journal | Just Get Me Out Of Here | Justine | Last Show | Lost Soul | The Loved One (Remix) | Mountain Rain | The O.J. Chronicles | Obsessions | The Other Side (Show) | Pathology | Philosophy | Phone Therapy | Pledge Drive, 1996-02-12 | The Policeman's Ball (Remix) | Red Sea | Rent A Family (Remix) | Reprise | The River | The Road To Calvary | The Sacred | Soul Mate (Remix) | Talk To Me | Three Shingles | White Moon