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The Wizard of Oz is a 1933 Canadian-American animated short film directed by Ted Eshbaugh. The story is credited to "Col. Frank Baum." Frank Joslyn Baum, a 

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The Wizard of Oz (1933) (Western Animation) - TV Tropes The Wizard of Oz is a 1933 animated short based off the book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It's a 8-minute short that loosely adapts the source. The short features  The Wizard Of Oz (1933) Theatrical Cartoon The first animated version of The Wizard of Oz. Includes a soundtrack, but no dialogue. Never released to theaters, but black and white copies eventually made it  The Wizard Of Oz - and you call yourself a scientist!

The Wizard of Oz (1933) - IMDb This 1933 version of "The Wizard of Oz" is quite short but it's surprising to see it This was the first film, cartoon or otherwise, to show the Kansas scenes in black  The Wizard of Oz (1933) | Oz Wiki | Fandom 28 Jan 2017 The Wizard of Oz is an animated cartoon created in 1933 as is the very first Oz cartoon adaptation. Canadian animation pioneer Ted Eshbaugh  The Wizard of Oz (1933) (Western Animation) - TV Tropes

21 May 2010 The first animated film based on L. Frank Baum's famous story (written here by his eldest son Colonel Frank Joslyn Baum) by independent 

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The Wizard of Oz is a 1933 animated short based off the book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It's a 8-minute short that loosely adapts the source. The short features 

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