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L. FRANK BAUM
ALL 4 BAUM 1933 LITTLE WIZARD of OZ JELL-O BOOKLETS, MINT SET in ORIGINAL MAILER
CHICAGO: REILLY & LEE. ALL 4 BAUM 1933 LITTLE WIZARD of OZ JELL-O BOOKLETS, MINT SET in ORIGINAL MAILER I provide Payment Options on more expensive items, and will discuss payment types. If you have any questions, please contact me before you bid or buy _________________________________________________ FREE U.S. SHIPPING! PRICE IS FOR ALL 4 BOOKS -- COMPLETE SET IN MINT CONDITION, with ORIGINAL GENERAL FOODS MAILING ENVELOPE: SCARECROW & TIN-MAN, JACK PUMPKINHEAD, OZMA, & TIKTOK Soon after it's coming to national recognition, the JELL-O Company sponsored a "Wizard of OZ" radio program, with advertising premiums of a series of FOUR children's booklets by Frank L. Baum, author of the "Wizard of OZ" books, based on the original 1913 Little Wizard of OZ tales. JELL-O recipes and copy were included at the back of the books, including a Color pictorial of The Tin-man & Scarecrow carrying a big tray of Red JELL-O on the rear wrap. It was the first Radio network series about the Wizard of OZ, debuting a 15 minute Children's program on September 15, 1933. Jell-O sponsored this , which aired on NBC three times a week and was produced at WTMJ in Milwaukee. The radio version (unlike the 1939 movie) stuck closely to Baum's original formula and details. For example, the magic shoes were SILVER (as in the book) not Ruby Red (as in the MGM film.) The radio series only lasted until March 1934. Although no audio copies have survived, some few of the radio premiums from this series are still available. Jell-O sent listeners one of the Four different Soft Color Wrapped books, "Little Wizard St … [Click Below for Full Description]
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