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Mohr Stories 392:  Kyle Kinane  

Comedian Kyle Kinane and I go looking for a lost shaker of salt which could be "Loose In Chicago" his comedy special. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 391:  Adam Ray  

Adam Ray and I talk celebrity cruises, NKOTB and tried to discover how to #lifeyourlife. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 390:  Norman Lear  

Holy Man. Norman Lear. Holy Man. He's never not been there. Loving. Thank you Sir. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 390:  Norman Lear  

Holy Man. Norman Lear. Holy Man. He's never not been there. Loving. Thank you Sir. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 390:  Norman Lear  

Holy Man. Norman Lear. Holy Man. He's never not been there. Loving. Thank you Sir. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 389:  Joe DeRosa  

Joe DeRosa and I talk about life. Impressions, music...poems....Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 388:  Skyler Stone  

Hoooray to my friend Skyler Stone. Long time friend, long time comic and actor. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories Classics:  #349  Jeanie Buss  

We revisit our first meeting with Jeanie Buss. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories 387:  James Stemple  

Film Composer James Stemple talks sound, 99cent Store and bycicle bells with me and Pete Turner. Fascinating conversation. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories 386:  Todd Ruczynski  

My first roommate ever Todd Ruczynski and I reconnect and reminisce about the young us and our places on life now. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories 385: Jay Mohr  

Today you get me! A frank explanation. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories 384:  Pete Turner  

Pete Turner. Back for his three-peat. Another incredible conversation with my friend about liminality and reality. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 384:  Pete Turner  

Pete Turner. Back for his three-peat. Another incredible conversation with my friend about liminality and reality. Put Your Name On It!

The Damon Runyon Theater - It Comes Up Mud (07-31-49)  


It Comes Up Mud (Aired July 31, 1949 )
The Damon Runyon Theater radio series dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories in weekly broadcasts running from October 1948 to September 1949 (with reruns until 1951). The series was produced by Alan Ladd's Mayfair Transcription Company for syndication to local radio stations. John Brown played the character "Broadway," who doubled as host and narrator. The cast also comprised Alan Reed, Luis Van Rooten, Joseph Du Val, Gerald Mohr, Frank Lovejoy, Herb Vigran, Sheldon Leonard, William Conrad, Jeff Chandler, Lionel Stander, Sidney Miller, Olive Deering and Joe De Santis. Pat O'Brien was initially engaged for the role of "Broadway". The original stories were adapted for the radio by Russell Hughes. THIS EPISODE: July 31, 1949 - Program #31. Mayfair syndication. "It Comes Up Mud". Commercials added locally. A story of "The Sport Of Kings," parts of which were used in "Guys and Dolls." Damon Runyon (author), John Brown, Richard Sanville (director), Russell Hughes (writer), Vern Carstensen (production supervisor). 29:01. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


Mohr Stories 383:  David Smalley  

David Smalley explains teh Dogma Debate and what it means to be an agnostic atheist. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories 383: David Smalley  

David Smalley explains the Dogma Debate and what it means to be an agnostic atheist. Put your Name On it!

Mohr Stories 382:  Logan Lynn  

Logan Lynn is a musician, a friend, a brother and most importantly a survivor. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 382: Logan Lynn  

Logan Lynn is a musician, a friend, a brother and most importantly a survivor. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 381:  Bob Odenkirk  

A true renaissance man Bob Odenkirk and I break down sketch shows and talk about Girlfriends Day, his new movie on Netflix. Put Your Name On It!

Mohr Stories 380:  Deanna & Steve Adler  

Deanna Adler opens my heart with pure love. Listen to her story about her sons fight with addiction the read her book "Sweet Child of Mine: How I Lost My Son to Guns N' Roses". Put Your Name On It!

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