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Comments about Wizard of Oz: 75th Anniversary Collector's Edition (3D/BD/DVD/UV) Blu-ray 3D:
Thank you for the great quality of your product. It made the perfect gift.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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A Timeless Classic Now In 3D!
By Nick at Nite
from San Mateo, CA
About Me Movie Buff
"I don't think we're in Kansas anymore, Toto." They say you really can't improve upon perfection but if ever there was a classic that cried out for cutting edge 3D technology it would be "The Wizard of Oz". In light of the disappointing Disneyesque follow up "Oz; The Great and Powerful" which bordered on sacrilege, it's fun to return to Munchkin land enroute to the merry ol' land of Oz where a horse of a different color (Technicolor to be exact) is just one of the many delights. A wondrous land where Dorothy, Toto, the scarecrow, the tin man and cowardly lion wind up learning something of value about themselves by journey's end which, in turn, becomes a timeless moral for us all. Once a perennial holiday favorite which was shown for a great many years on the CBS Network has emerged as an iconic cult classic which has become an absolute must-have in anyone's well appointed film library. Now that the WB as added 3D makes owning it doubly important to have. Good show, WB!