Mp3 and Readers theater versions of the Damon Runyun short story - "Princess O'Hara." Runyon's flamboyant street characters, with their aggressive one-line retorts, have shaped the world's image of 20th Century New York City for over eighty years. That's the charm and flavor that makes each of these recordings so timeless. Those familiar with Runyon's work will remember that the famous Frank Sinatra/Marlon Brando vehicle Guys and Dolls (1955) was based on Damon Runyon's unique vision of New York City and its inhabitants--and the long-running play of the same name. Indeed, had Guys and Dolls been filmed six years earlier, one might well imagine that The Damon Runyon Theatre may have been named Guys and Dolls.
Damon Runyun The Lemon Drop Kid
The Idyll of Sarah Brown Damon Runyun radio script and mp3
Damon Runyun Short Story and Mp3 Little Miss Marker
Neat Strip by Damon Runyon
Damon Runyun Madame La Gimp Readers Theater and Mp3
Damon Runyun Readers Theater and Mp3 Princess O’Hara