Actors who played Munchkins, Bert Lahr's daughter, John Waters, the film's choreographer, film critics, and others tell stories about the making of the "Wizard of Oz," discuss its special effects, and assess its place in film history. Munchkins also talk about Judy Garland, the set, and the rehearsals; Buddy Ebsen describes his short-lived and nearly-fatal time as the Tin Man; and, footage from the film illustrates the points made by talking heads.
Did You Know?
In the scene showing 1939 merchandising to promote "The Wizard of Oz", we see a 45-RPM record entitled "Art Carney narrates The Wizard of Oz". This record could not have existed at the time the film was released and so heavily merchandised because Art Carney
had not yet become famous in 1939. Other 45 RPM records featuring songs from the film are seen, but these had to have been made years later also, because there were no 45 RPM records in 1939. See more
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