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Scarecrow Fictitious character from Baum -- Juvenile fiction. Toto Fictitious character -- Juvenile fiction. Witches -- Juvenile fiction. Wizard of Oz Fictitious character -- Juvenile fiction. Tin Woodman Fictitious character -- Juvenile fiction. Read this book online: HTML. EPUB with images. He served as its president, and principal producer and screenwriter. The rest of the board consisted of Louis F. The films were directed by J. After little success probing the unrealized children's film market, Baum came clean about who wrote The Last Egyptian and made a film of it portions of which are included in Decasia , but the Oz name had, for the time being, become box office poison and even a name change to Dramatic Feature Films and transfer of ownership to Frank Joslyn Baum did not help.
Unlike with The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays , Baum invested none of his own money in the venture, but the stress probably took its toll on his health. On May 5, , Baum suffered from a stroke. He died quietly the next day, nine days short of his 63rd birthday. At the end he mumbled in his sleep, then said, "Now we can cross the Shifting Sands.