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“Tales of the Wizard of Oz” was an early TV foray by Rankin-Bass, the creative team behind all those Christmas specials. Using Canadian voice actors as usual, this show went a step further and did the animation at Canada’s Crawley Films.
The show is badly animated, but the writing and acting are sharp. Because of its [...]
One of the very few things I remember distinctly from “The Electric Company”, here’s Tom Lehrer’s “L-Y” song.
After haggling over the price of meat, an enraged butcher whips you to death with a large beef tongue.
The Death Psychic has spoken.
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