The Wicked Witch of the East is definitely responsible for my obsession with black and white striped stockings. Who can ever forget this iconic movie scene from the beloved Wizard of Oz?

Wicked Witch (The Wizard of Oz). What a great part she played.

Wizard of Oz, 1939

The Flying Monkeys in “The Wizard of Oz” (1939). ... scared me to death when I was a kid

Well she's dead and here's the proof! An death certificate for the Wicked Witch Of The East... Signed by the Coroner of Oz!

The Wizard of Oz #movies

The Wizard Of Oz - another fav movie

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Judy Garland's dress from The Wizard of Oz

Diaries of a white mother raising a black baby: The Wizard of Oz birthday party

"The Wizard of OZ"-quite possibly one of the most beloved movies of all time and one of my favorite shows to have been in or worked on. I have such a special place in my heart for this show and film.

Judy Garland as Dorothy in movie The Wizard of Oz.

Dorothy Gale from the movie "The Wizard of Oz" (Judy Garland)

Wizard of Oz Movie Speech

The Tin Man ~ Wizard of Oz, 1939 ❤ Please visit my Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/jolly.ollie.77

The Wizard of Oz: I watched this movie on TV the Wednesday evening before Thanksgiving for 10 years--I memorized not just the songs but the dialogue too.

Wizard of Oz Wedding | The Frosted Petticoat

Margaret Hamilton terrified me so much in the original Wizard of Oz it took me years to watch without my hands over my eyes. She will forever be the one to measure up to when it comes to wicked witches.

The Wizard of Oz (Insert poster featuring Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale, Frank Morgan as The Wizard, Bert Lahr as The Cowardly Lion, Jack Haley as The Tin Man and Ray Bolger as The Scarecrow.) via Turner Classic Movies

Emerald green cake with red poppies, inspired by The Wizard of Oz.

Click your heels three times...I will tell you I probally have watched the movie more than 100 times. Of course I sometimes feel like I have lived 2 lives with having my 3 sons when I was so young then Darla and Nikki much later in my life.Of course I mean "The Wizard of Oz."