Helen was very inspired by Wizard of Oz especially with the depression and the annulment and loss of Arthur

Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz dir. Victor Fleming) Q. The spectre of The Wizard of Oz has haunted aspects of your previous films [e. Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart]. How do you explain the appearance of The Wizard of Oz in a number of.

If I only had a.....

I haven't done a minimalist movie poster in over a year. So, here's my go at The Wizard of Oz. The Wizard of Oz minimalist poster

Judy Garland-The Wizard of Oz.... still watch it every year religiously

The Blu-ray leap

Judy Garland in the Wizard of Oz, favorite movie of my childhood. They would show it once a year on TV.

*MEINHARDT RAABE as the CORNER MUNCHKIN & JUDY GARLAND ~ the Wizard of Oz (1939)

the Wizard of Oz ~ Meinhardt Raabe as The Coroner Munchkin with Judy Garland as Dorothy

All though I knew all of these apart from number 4, it's good to pin as reference- also Judy didn't wear a full blown corset, she just had her chest bound and Judy was the original first choice, then Shirley, then Judy again.

20 Wonderfully Weird Facts About "The Wizard of Oz"

All though I knew all of these apart from number 4, it's good to pin as reference- also Judy didn't wear a full blown corset, she just had her chest bound and Judy was the original first choice, then Shirley, then Judy again.

The flying monkeys from The Wizard of Oz - Actually one of my all time favorite movies but still...  Nightmare, anyone????

once a year the Wizard of Oz would play on TV, and these monkeys scared the crap out of my daughter!

The Wizard of Oz. "My what a fuss you're making!" favorite movie of all time!

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

O Mágico de Oz (Pt-Br) - "You're not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy!" The Wizard of Oz. "My what a fuss you're making!" favorite movie of all time!

The Wizard of Oz (1939) - For its time, a cinematic revelation in special effects.

“SOMEWHERE over the rainbow, bluebirds fly; Birds fly over the rainbow, why then, oh why can't I?” Recognise the lyrics to this Academy Award winning ballard? Well it was sung by the iconic Judy Garland in the classic movie “The Wizard of Oz”.

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