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Subject: Re: OZ The Great And Box Office Powerful Date: 3/12/2013 2:20 AM
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It should be something like that. I have been really tired lately. I don't know that any of this story came specifically from the books. I have never read them. But elements of Oz and some of the back story did come from the books as I understand it. What I of course meant to say is that nothing that originated creatively from the classic movie was allowed in this one.

I had no problem with the excessive amounts of gold. Money was Oswald's weakness, he didn't have any back in Kansas and it was what he longed for most, even more than the woman he could have loved. But you're right, I didn't love the projectile 3D gimmicks. Loved the depth of field, though. That's the right way to use 3D.

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Whose problem with Finley wasn't the voice but that he reminded him too much of the bellhop at Tower of Terror...
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