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Watched For Oliver Hardy
Well done film,loved Ollie as romantic lead.
Wizard of Oz (1925)
- Kevin Measimer
Looking at the old coomments on this page I have to respond that the importance is what points this version shares with the original books and the quality of this production. I plan to DVR it and lokk forward to watching.
THE BEST SILENT FILM IF THE SILENT ERA
this is way better than the 1939 version. i found it more exciting.
- Larry W. Mayes
It seems as though some were expecting a song years before it was written, color when there was none and a "Miracle on 34th St. kind of rehashing the same theme before the theme was established.These jewels are precious and should be accepted for what they are. Now that I have two versions, I will enjoy both as my time permits and make sure my grandkids at least know not to judge people or films against a near impossible standard.
- Judy Fan
WHAT AN AWFUL FILM!!!!! NO WONDER FRANK BAUM JR.'S MOTHER SUED HIM AND WROTE HIM OUT OF HER WILL AND THE REST OF HIS FAMILY DISOWNED HIM AS WELL!
I like the silents, but this is just bad. The credits include the name of L. Frank Baum, Jr., though this name is ficticious as the Mr. Baum being credited is Frank Joslyn Baum. This movie is a collossal waste of celluloid. It is of no surprise that this horrible film bankrupted the studio, Chadwick Pictures. This was 93 minutes of my life that I will never get back.
Great Display of Talent!
I thought the movie was wonderful and displayed the actors and actresses talent amazingly! It was interesting to see how they did the Wizard of Oz (in a way), compared to what I know. Even thought it is a silent film, you could follow easily!
Silent Wizard of Oz
- A.I. Eleuterius
This movie has the exact same name as a movie that starred Judy Garland in 1939. Nothing else was the same. Music not from the rainbow, but rather the nutcracker.