Ambrose and Signor Ploppo, by Frank Key

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A dialogue between Signor Ploppo, a man of parts, and Ambrose, a cunning and curd-hungry member of the avian family.

Read by Walter O’Hara (Signor Ploppo) and Garrett O’Hara (Ambrose)

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