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Scott Hutchins <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 19 Feb 1998 19:36:39 -0500
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Here are some other films I don't know the status of (also TV specials,
but not episodes):
Pies and Poetry (1915)
The Land of Oz (1931) (aka The Scarecrow of Oz (1933) Ethel Meglin)
Wizard of Oz puppet animation sample footage by Kenneth McLellan 1938
Wizard of Oz (1956)
Fantasia... 3 (Eloy de la Iglesia, 1966, Spain)
The Wizard of Oz (Gene London, 1967, TV)
The Wonderful Land of Oz (Barry Mahon, 1969) (owned by Jeffrey Hogue, any
        help here?)
Ozu no Mahotsukai (DAX, TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System), WTV, 1970)
Death Valley Days--The Wizard of Aberdeen (Vernon H. Jones, 1970)
Hunter (Leonard Horn, 1971)
That Girl in Wonderland (Arthur Rankin, Jr.; Jules Bass)
The Wizard of Oz (1976--Mankato State University)
Oz (Chris Lofven, 1976, Australia)
The Wizard of Oz (1977--UK, reported in 1-2-78 issue of Life (my second
The Making of The Wizard of Oz (Aljean Harmetz, 1979)
Ozu no Mahotsukai (Fumihiko Takayama, 1982--not dubbed)
The Whimsical World of Oz (w/Ray Bradbury, 1985)
Just Browsing--Wizard of Oz Books (Greg Furlong, Video Productions, 1986)
The Wizard of Oz (Corrine J. Naden, 1988)
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Walker Co., 1989)
On the Road to Wizdom... Against All Oz (Mike Mallare, 1989)
The Hollywood Road to Oz (w/Charlton Heston, 1989)
In Search of Oz (1993--BBC)
Twister:  A Ritual Reality (Ken Kesey filmed play, 1994)
Education Reform in Kentucky:  A Teacher's Search for the Wizard of Oz
Creating the Wizard of Oz on Ice (1995 documentary)
Which Way to Oz (1995, w/Kimberly Kates)
Volshebnik Izumrudnogo Goroda (Moskov Diafilm, before 1970 (not to be
        confused with the 1994 feature or the 1974 stop-motion miniseries)
A 3 Stooges Oz short, possibly for TV
El Mago de Oz (w/Fernando Rey)
TV special with Richard Thomas as L. Frank Baum
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