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Margaret tells Richard that she is reading to the children out of "The Wizard of Oz," later the basis for The Wizard of Oz
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[reading to Emily and Teddy
"I built that palace and the Emerald City too," remarked the Wizard in a thoughtful tone, "and I'd like to see them again, for I was very happy amongst the Munchkins and Winkies and Quadlings and Gillikins." "Who are they?" asked the boy. "The four nations that inhabit the land of Oz," was the reply.
[she looks up and sees Harrow hovering in the doorway. The children look nervous
[he turns to leave
[after a pause
[he turns back
We're reading The ...
Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming
Written by Stephen Foster
Performed by Neapolitan Trio See more