Would Mr. Soifer no anything about a 1960s film of _Volshebnik Izumrudnogo
Goroda_ (The Wizard of the City of Emeralds). There was a stop-motion TV
miniseries in 1974, and a short feature (63 min.) in 1994. An appendix to
a 1990s edition of the book mentioned that one was made prior to either of
these, by Moska-Diafilm, but could not give any more information.
Scott Andrew Hutchins
Oz, Monsters, Kamillions, and More!
"Colorless green ideas sleep furiously."--Noam Chomsky
On Sun, 7 Feb 1999, William McRae wrote:
> Dear Paul,
> Midnight in Camelot and was getting ready to go home when this came on.
> There is a guy in Colorado, Alex Soifer (or something like that) who seems to
> be an authority on Russian film. I think I have his e-mail amongst the things
> I printed out to save on Russian stuff.
> If you don't get a reponse, let me know and I will dig it out.
> I meant to ask what kind of apology did MOMA offer. It didn't come from
> Higgins, I assume.
> Hope all's well. Been a busy day.
> Hello to Nigel.
> Paul Fryer wrote:
> > Does anyone on the list know of a Russian B&W film, 30 minutes in length,
> > called "Russian Salad" - it features several Russian performers, including
> > the tenor Sergei Lemenshev.
> > Paul Fryer
> > Senior Lecturer, School of Theatre & Production,
> > Rose Bruford College.
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