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  • #31
    ^ I would say that the film version of The wizard of Oz is better than the book, but that - for me - is the exception that proves the rule.

    Also, it was written for radio and then re-written for the books.

    I've read all of his books that I could find, have seen the film, and the TV series. I've also listened to most of the recordings of the radio show and an audio book of the 5 part trilogy. Oh and I completed the text based game, which wasn't easy. I'm not sure which I liked best out of the radio version or the books. They are both very good.
    Last edited by Pseudonym; 2009-04-12, 08:41 PM.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Pseudonym View Post
      ^ I would say that the film version of The wizard of Oz is better than the book, but that - for me - is the exception that proves the rule.

      Also, it was written for radio and then re-written for the books.

      I've read all of his books that I could find, have seen the film, and the TV series. I've also listened to most of the recordings of the radio show and an audio book of the 5 part trilogy. Oh and I completed the text based game, which wasn't easy. I'm not sure which I liked best out of the radio version or the books. They are both very good.
      Wow!!

      Did all that transform you?

      If so, why use a pseudonym?

      Billy
      While you and I are having our cake-and-ice-cream party, the others are having a drink-the-blood-of-the-poor party in the back room. --[QUOTE=maestro8;1433130]

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      • #33
        Even though the hitchhiker's movie wasn't as good as the book, I must say I liked the Point of view gun.
        Pay for you gas or loose your ID

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