Baum Bugle Volume 36, Number 1, Spring 1992
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The cover is a watercolor portrait of L. Frank Baum done by Donna Walsh; back cover is the Chittenango Foundation sheet music cover of “There’s a Lady-Bug A-Waitin for Me,” a song from The Woggle-Bug.
Issue includes: “Oz Musical Down Under,” by Ian McLean/“Lavish Australian Production of The Wizard Breaks Records,” confirming the public support for Oz down under. “The Tin Man of Oztralia: Interview with David Whitney,” conducted by Ian McLean/“The First Oz Amusement Park (1905),” by Stan Barker describes Baum’s involvement in the early days of themed amusement parks/“The Woggle-Bug on Stage,” by Daniel P. Mannix gives a detailed analysis of Baums failed 1905 musical extravaganza, The Woggle-Bug/“Tale of a Parable,” by Michael Gessel examines Henry M. Littlefield’s controversial 1964 article, The Wizard of Oz: A Parable on Populism/“The Wizard of Allegory,” by Henry M. Littlefield in which he discusses his theories of political allegory in The Wizard of Oz/“Oz Time at Macy’s,” by Chris Sterling and Michael Gessel describes the very elaborate 1989 Oz display at Macy’s department store in New York City/Oz and Ends describes Senator Robert Doles criticism of MGM’s depiction of Kansas, a Judy Garland exhibit at the New York Public Library and the addition of several new Oz theme parks/ Little-Known Writings of L. Frank Baum: “There’s a Lady-Bug A-Waitin’ for Me”/The Oz Bookshelf/Oz in the News
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