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The Wizard of Lies

Author : Diana B. Henriques
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Download »The inside story of Bernie Madoff and his $65 billion Ponzi scheme, with surprising and shocking new details from Madoff himself. Who is Bernie Madoff, and how did he pull off the biggest Ponzi scheme in history? These questions have fascinated people ever since the news broke about the respected New York financier who swindled his friends, relatives, and other investors out of $65 billion through a fraud that lasted for decades. Many have speculated about what might have happened or what must have happened, but no reporter has been able to get the full story -- until now. In The Wizard of Lies, Diana B. Henriques of The New York Times -- who has led the paper's coverage of the Madoff scandal since the day the story broke -- has written the definitive book on the man and his scheme, drawing on unprecedented access and more than one hundred interviews with people at all levels and on all sides of the crime, including Madoff's first interviews for publication since his arrest. Henriques also provides vivid details from the various lawsuits, government investigations, and court filings that will explode the myths that have come to surround the story. A true-life financial thriller, The Wizard of Lies contrasts Madoff's remarkable rise on Wall Street, where he became one of the country's most trusted and respected traders, with dramatic scenes from his accelerating slide toward self-destruction. It is also the most complete account of the heartbreaking personal disasters and landmark legal battles triggered by Madoff's downfall -- the suicides, business failures, fractured families, shuttered charities -- and the clear lessons this timeless scandal offers to Washington, Wall Street, and Main Street.

Adapted from
L. Frank Baum, JR.,
Leon Lee &
Larry Semon


Frank Good, A.S.C

and Leonard Smith

Art Director

Robert Stevens

Titles by

Leon Lee

Assistant Director

William King

Edited by


Dorothy Dwan
Mary Carr
Virginia Pearson
Bryant Washburn
Josef Swickard
Charles Murray
Oliver N. Hardy
William Hauber
William Dinus
Frank Alexander
Otto Lederer
Frederick Ko Vert
Larry Semon

Once upon a time the Townsfolk of Oz awoke to find their baby Princess gone. And years bring added resentment and suspicion as we find them gathered in the palace.

The Kingdom had a treacherous, self-appointed ruler in the Prime Minister Kruel.

Josef Swickard

Kruel had an able aide in Lady Vishuss.

Virginia Pearson

Kruel also had a willing cat's-paw in Ambassador Wikked.

Otto Lederer

Kruel's actions were arousing the townsfolk of Oz.

In all of Oz there was none more loved than Prince Kynd.

Bryant Washburn

'As spokesman for my people, we demand the return of our rightful queen.'

'Wait! If the queen is to be found, let us call on the Wizard, he can do anything!'

The Wizard was just a medicine-show hokum hustler, but he fitted in nicely as the Prime Minister's 'yes-man.'

Charles Murray

'I must have time to think—go thru the audience and distract them.'

'Watch, ye skeptics, and see the great Wizard of black art perform. He has nothing up his sleeves nor under his coat. Neitherhasheanythingunderhishat!'

'Oh, Grammpy——I don't like that. Read me about Dorothy, the Tin Woodsman and the Scarecrow.'

A mother at heart was Dorothy's Aunt Em.

Mary Carr

——while her Uncle Henry was just a distant relative.

Frank Alexander

With all the cinderelatives, there must be a Prince Charming.

Oliver N. Hardy

Snowball—a promising case of meloncholic.

G. Howe Black

Hitting the hay while the sun shines.

Larry Semon

In the spring a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of—lollypops.

'The way he treats me you would never think he was my uncle.'

Hear ye———

The enclosed envelope is to be given to the child to be opened eighteen years from today at noon—and wealth and happiness follow.

—Opened before that times means Desolution—AND



All of which made Dorothy more anxious than ever to learn who she really was.

'But what was in those papers and who was Dorothy?'

Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown, and the hoi polloi were making it tough for the Prime Minister

Haworth very task chairs. 'Coronation day draws near and yet our rightful Ruler is not here.'

'I give you until the new moon–otherwise, the dungeon.'

'Either get the papers and destroy them, or do away with the girl.'

'In a place called Kansas there are papers that will save us.'

And then came an eighteenth birthday that promised a surprise party for Dorothy.

'Just think, boys, this is my birthday and Uncle Henry has promised to tell me a big, big secret.'

'Uncle, you promised that today you would tell me all about that envelope, and everything.'

'Years ago a sealed envelope was left here. I want it.'

'It was left for the child to open and that she will do.'

'She must never know its contents—perhaps we can make some financial arrangement.'

'When I find out who I really am, you're the first one I'm going to tell.'

'There is a certain paper here. If she finds it you can never marry her. Get it for me and untold wealth and the girl will both be yours.'

'You tell me where they are——or she'll never be able to read them.'

know ye all,
is the rightful ruler
The kingdom of Oz
and on her 18th Birthday she shall ascend to the throne...To Rule until the Great Master calls..
Patria. Ry.

'You must prevent them from entering Oz—they have the papers and the girl is Queen Dorothy.'

'Change these people into something—anything—make monkeys of them–'

'Sh-h sh-h-h—I'm just a fake——I couldn't change a quarter.'

'—but we've got to do something——or we're all in Dutch.'

'True enough, Prince Kynd. She rules our fair kingdom, but I am still the Dictator.'

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'Stop! I have changed these three men——I have made them—invisible.'

'Wait! You doubt my powers. Watch and see what changes I have made.'

—and so the prisoners were brought to their tribunal.

'I demand that these culprits who have kept our Queen from us be imprisoned in the dungeon.'

'My good friends, I shall be compelled to temporarily confine the guilty one to the dungeon.'

Dorothy and happiness reign in the Kingdom of Oz while Prime Minister Kruel still moves his pawns in an effort to checkmate.

And the Tin Woodsman became the 'Knight of the Garter'——so in the future no metal could touch him.

'Everything will be okay if we can keep on fooling the Prince and if we can get rid of that cornfield shiek.'

The Prime Minister kept a visiting room for undesirable visitors in the cellar of the Palace.

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'You can help me to work the skin game on these folks.'

'This whole thing is a frame-up and I'm afraid they're going to frame on Dorothy. I'm going to find her.'

'Dorothy, I cross my heart they're crossing you. Look out for these people.'

'Good-bye, Mr. Scarecrow. You're not going to have anything to crow about, but you're surely going to have lots to get scared about.'

'I have heard that these alley cats like darkmeat——personally, I'm not afraid!'

'Spare me!! I will tell everything. It was I who left the babe queen on the doorstep in Kansas!'

'A hostile faction meant you harm and I whisked you away to save you from them.'

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—and Queen Dorothy and her Prince lived happily ever after
The End

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1926.

The author died in 1928, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.

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