The Emerald City in all its splendor with all the familiar characters so dear to the hearts of children - Little Dorothy, the scarecrow, the woodman, the cowardly lion, and the wizard ... See full summary »

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The Emerald City in all its splendor with all the familiar characters so dear to the hearts of children - Little Dorothy, the scarecrow, the woodman, the cowardly lion, and the wizard continuing on their triumphal entry to the mystic city, adding new characters, new situations, and scintillating comedy. Dorothy, who has so won her way into the good graces of lovers of fairy folk, finds new encounters in the rebellion army of General Jinger showing myriads of Leith soldiers in glittering apparel forming one surprise after the other, until the whole resolves itself into a spectacle worthy of the best artists in picturedom. Those who have followed the two preceding pictures of this great subject cannot but appreciate "The Land of Oz," the crowning effort of the Oz series. Written by Selig Polyscope Catalog

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19 May 1910 (USA)  »

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A spectacle worthy of the best in motion picture production
3 June 2015 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

The third in the Oz stories and truly, as the producers say, their crowning effort. The Emerald City in all its splendor is presented, and all the familiar and popular characters are produced with close fidelity to the story. It is a worthy representation of a popular story. Gen. Jinger's soldiers, in glittering apparel, along with the others ultimately resolve into a spectacle worthy of the best in motion picture production. The producers deserve great credit for bringing such an accurate and altogether sumptuous film. It is hoped that some managers will see the picture's strength and run it more than one day. It would draw a week anywhere. - The Moving Picture World, June 4, 1910


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