Best Adventure Movies of 1908
The Viking's Daughter: The Story of the Ancient Norsemen
A Saxon prisoner rescues his Viking's captor's daughter, resulting in his freedom and their marriage.
The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays
L. Frank Baum would appear in a white suit and present his live actors, slide shows and films as a live travelogue presentation of his popular fantasies. Highlights include Dorothy being swept to Oz in various ways, such as with back-projection tornadoes and storms in a chicken coop. Lack of financial backing forced the show to fold after appearing in only two cities, despite being a critical and commercial success.