The Wizard of Oz
The Wizard of Oz
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Old Country School & The Swing Dorothy's Kansas
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"repinned">>> wood swings at the country church on sundays...this just brought back memories">>>> great times!
Old Barn & swing, memories of yesterday past. The joy of laughter and yells filling the air
Swing At Old School House, Quappelle Photograph looks so much like that Andrew Wyeth painting
Looks like a old church or old school house, however it was probably both.
Old building & swing
Dorothy and Toto Cross Stitch
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Dorothy and Toto Cross Stitch Kit Wizard of Oz by Sewingseed, $22.00
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The Wizard of Oz Toto on the Yellow Brick Road from the WB Photo Collection
Toto! Catherine Jean Walls owned Terry (Toto) when she was young. Terry was really a girl. She was the lovable Cairne Terrier in MGM's film "The Wizard of Oz." It was revealed that "Toto" actually was paid more than the actors portraying the Munchkins and was sidelined for a while with a broken foot after one of the Winkie guards stepped on it. Judy Garland loved her so much that she wanted to adopt her. Mrs. Walls is buried in Fernwood Cemetery in Henderson, KY.
tootHed looks exactly like my grandson Casey/Bubba!! I love that little dog!! He is headed toward the Rainbow Bridge and I will miss him forever!!!
Toto from The Wizard of Oz is one of the most well-known and beloved canine movie stars of all time.
"Dorothy and Toto" - commemorative limited edition artwork by movie artist John Alvin. For Sale: www.artinsights.c...
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wizard of oz art images | ... for Humanity and Warner Bros. for a Wizard of Oz Anniversary show
testing the outfits & hairstyles for Wizard of Oz...this one was omitted
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Judy Garland Hair and costume test for The Wizard of Oz
written when the movie premiered 75 years ago (August 18, 1939). OZ
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One of my favorite things
written when the movie premiered 75 years ago (August 18, 1939)
75 years ago today, The Wizard of Oz premiered in Hollywood. Read our 1939 review: "Any reviewer who would look down his nose at the fun-making should be spanked and sent off, supperless, to bed.” http://nyti.ms/1vRdErN
Wizard Of Oz
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Wizard of Oz~old school poster
Wizard of Oz (1939)--This poster's only fault is that it does not have Glinda on it!
One of my all time faves!
Art for the office
The Wizard Of Oz. Dorothy and the Cowardly Lion.
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WHY DOROTHY! WHY DID YOU HIT LIONE AND MAKE HIM CRY?
*DOROTHY GALE THE COWARDLY LION ~ The Wizard Of Oz., 1939
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Judy Garland as Dorothy and Bert Lahr who played the Cowardly Lion prepare for another take on the set of The Wizard of Oz.
The magical Wizard of Oz!
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Portrait of Bert Lahr as The Cowardly Lion by E. Raymond Tarkington from The Wizard of Oz
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Bert Lahr as 'The Cowardly Lion' in The Wizard of Oz (1939)
THE WIZARD OF OZ ENTIRE CAST RARE 8x10 PHOTO | the Wizard of Oz Collectionary
Those who encourage the cowardly to to remain cowardly
Bert Lahr as The Cowardly Lion "Courage"
Judy Garland Dorothy in Wizard Of Oz
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Judy Garland, Dorothy in The Wizard Of Oz, 1939
Judy Garland as Dorothy behind the scenes in The Wizard of Oz.
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Judy Garland as Dorothy lays down the law to Toto during a break in filming on the set of The Wizard of Oz way back in 1938. Toto, who was actually a female but played a male dog, lived with Judy Garland for a couple of weeks prior to the beginning of filming to get accustomed to his mistress in the movie. He became attached to Judy in the making of The Wizard of Oz, and she wanted to adopt him as a pet but the owner wouldn't give him up.
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Judy Garland hangs out with the Munchkins while taking a break from filming the Wizard of Oz
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Judy Garland & Billie Burke ~ The Wizard of Oz (1939)
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*THE WICKED WITCH OF THE NORTH, DOROTHY & GLINDA ~ The Wizard of Oz, 1939.... "You have no power here! Begone, before someone drops a house on you too!" -Glinda
Judy Garland & Billie Burke ~ The Wizard of Oz... - for-redheads
Judy Garland ~ The Wizard of Oz (Victor Fleming, 1939)
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The Wizard attempts to take Dorothy back to Kansas.
*WIZARD OF OZ DOROTHY - The Wizard of Oz (Victor Fleming, 1939)
A rare on set photo of Judy Garland and Bert Lahr as their characters originally looked before George Cukor made some minor adjustments to "The Wizard of Oz".
[CasaGiardino] ♡ A rare on set photo of Judy Garland and Bert Lahr as their characters originally looked before George Cukor made some minor adjustments to The Wizard of Oz.
Richard Thorpe still, showing the Witches make-up, as well as Dorothys.
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Margaret Hamilton & Flying Monkey "The Wizard of Oz" (1939)
Strategy gets me pumped up; it’s like turning the hot lava path (you remember playing that game as a kid) into the yellow brick road. The road will come with obstacles like flying monkeys and witches and most importantly the road is also glowing with possibility and accomplishment. - Deviate Blog
The Flying Monkeys in “The Wizard of Oz” (1939). my favorite movie
The Flying Monkeys in “The Wizard of Oz” (1939). ...Few things made me cry as a child, but these creatures made me cry the first time I saw "The Wizard of Oz." They were so mean, tearing the Scarecrow apart! - Jennifer...
“The Wizard of Oz” (1939) - this scene was the stuff of nightmares for this little girl.
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Wizard of Oz (Myth-Folklore Online)
"Princess Dorothy." On the first day of filming, Judy Garland, in her blonde wig and lacquered cosmetics, holds her mark as Technicolor cameraman Allen Davey takes a light meter reading just prior to shooting close-ups for the scene when Dorothy first encounters the Scarecrow, This is the only color photograph known to have survived from Richard Thorpe’s tenure as director.
The Wizard of Oz ~ On the first day of filming, Judy Garland, in her blonde wig and lacquered cosmetics, holds her mark as Technicolor cameraman Allen Davey takes a light meter reading just prior to shooting close-ups for the scene when Dorothy first encounters the Scarecrow, This is the only color photograph known to have survived from Richard Thorpe’s tenure as director.