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The Missing Name

The classic film version of “The Wizard of Oz” only exists because of the genius of one man: L. Frank Baum, the extraordinary author of “The Wizard of Oz” books. The fact that Warner Bros./Turner Pictures actually omitted L. Frank Baum’s name from the full page ad it placed in this newspaper and in newspapers across the country to promote the film’s re-release is not only unethical but obscene. But, then again, this is Hollywood, a town that has no respect for living writers, let alone dead ones.

SUZY SIMON

Sherman Oaks


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