The Ransom of Red Chief and Others

Four favorite tales from the pen of American short-story writer O. Henry that burst with his humor, pathos, and endearing observations on children, the poor, and dogs!In this...

Hearts and Crosses

In the older west, Webb is locally known as the best worker to run a cattle ranch. Santa, his partner, is also locally known as as the queen of cattle Join them when a friend...

Mammon And The Archer

Can money buy everything?In 1850’s New York, soap maker and father Richard is sad to hear his son Antony can’t marry the woman he loves, and tried to help..Produced by...

The Gift Of The Magi

The magi, as you know, were wise men – wonderfully wise men – who brought gifts to the new-born King of the Jews in the manger. They invented the art of giving Christmas...

Cisco Kid, The Volume 4

”Here’s adventure! Here’s romance!” O. Henry’s famous “Robin Hood of the Old West” rides again in 20 more episodes of the popular and long-running series from...

The Ransom of Red Chief

First published in The Saturday Evening Post, The Ransom of Red Chief is a humorous short story written in 1910 by O. Henry. A pair of con men kidnap and attempt to ransom a...

The Last Leaf

O. Henry was the pen name of William Sydney Porter (1862 – 1910), an American writer of outstanding short stories, known for their wit, wordplay, warm characterization, and...

Lord Oakhurst's Curse

O. Henry is an American writer known for his teaching and amusing short stories. His tales are very simple, but they are full of meaning. The writer’s main source of inspiration...

By Courier

The accountant of bank, the convict, the druggist, the writer - all these words are suitable for the same person - William Sidney Porter, world renowned as O. Henry. If you...

One Thousand Dollars

When young Gillian inherits a sum of one thousand dollars from his late uncle, with the condition that he should spend it and return to the lawyers' office with a detailed account...

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