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Technicolor fantasy. it is odd the heavy use of Green in the Emerald city coud have off or unintended overtones of maybe sacrilege- there was a character who wore a green uniform with an odd hat- almost looked like a Bishop. He was stationed in the back anterooms ( almost like the vestibule of a church) of the Wizard"s palace, very interesting. I thought he was ( watchman?) a satire on St. Patrick.

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