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You really have to learn to appreciate the subtleties, April.
I always thought it was funny that Oklahoma! was filmed in Arizona because the director thought Arizona look more like Oklahoma than Oklahoma did. Why change your stereotypes to fit reality when it is so easily to adjust people’s perceptions of reality through film?
Oh, we had fun judging height and ripeness of corn. My husband worked on a farm that grew corn and soybeans (ha!) when he was young. It took us a minute to recognize the sorghum. At first I thought, “mutant corn!”
At least there are no palm trees in Oklahoma! I’m always amazed at the vast range of palm trees in the world of movies.