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The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays was an early attempt to bring L. Frank Baum's Oz books to the motion picture screen. It was a mixture of live actors, hand-tinted magic lantern slides, and film. Baum himself would appear as if he were giving a lecture, while he interacted with the characters (both on stage and on screen). Due to financial problems—the show cost more to make than sold-out houses could bring in—the show folded after two months of performances. It opened in Grand Rapids, Michigan on September 24, 1908. It later moved to New York City, where it reportedly closed December 16, 1908. It was scheduled to run through December 31, and ads for it continued to run in The New York Times until then... Read more at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fairylogue_and_Radio-Plays
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The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays

The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays was an early attempt to bring L. Frank Baum's Oz books to the motion picture screen. It was a mixture of live actors, hand-tinted magic lantern slides, and film. Baum himself would appear as if he were giving a lecture, while he interacted with the characters (both on stage and on screen). Due to financial problems—the show cost more to make than sold-out houses could bring in—the show folded after two months of performances. It opened in Grand Rapids, Michigan on September 24, 1908. It later moved to New York City, where it reportedly closed December 16, 1908. It was scheduled to run through December 31, and ads for it continued to run in The New York Times until then... Read more at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fairylogue_and_Radio-Plays
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Directed By: Francis Boggs, Otis Turner
Produced By: William Selig, John B. Shaw, Jr, L. Frank Baum
Written By: L. Frank Baum
Starring: L. Frank Baum, Romola Remus, Frank Burns, George E. Wilson, Joseph Schrode, Burns Wantling, Grace Elder
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Directed By:
Francis Boggs
Written By:
L. Frank Baum
Actors:
L. Frank Baum
Romola Remus
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