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  • Judith Anne Wolski-Bush

    The Wizard of Oz | Judy Garland's red shoes

  • Carrie Kilgore

    Fans of L. Frank Baum’s book The Wizard of Oz know that Dorothy’s shoes were described as silver; it was screenwriter Noel Langley who made the unilateral decision to recast them as ruby, which sounded more precious and would pop more against the yellow brick road.

  • Savanah Arjil

    The Wizard of Oz inspired my love for sparkly shoes

  • Sally Cloud

    1939: Judy Garland 'Dorothy' wearing Ruby Slippers in the "The Wizard Of Oz". The slippers were created by costume designer Gilbert Adrian, using 2,300 sequins, butterfly-shaped bows, Swarovski crystals, red glass beads and sparkling organza.

  • Jennifer Amoroso

    {Judy Garland's Ruby Red Slippers, in The Wizard of Oz}, Directed by Victor Fleming, King Vidor and Mwevym LeRoy in 1939 #cinematography #wizardofoz #rubyredslippers

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The Wizard of Oz is so much more than just a movie and two women fighting over a pair of shoes!

you've always had the power my dear, you just had to learn it yourself.

"Just click your heels together three times and say there's no place like home; there's no place like home."

The Wizard of Oz - 8/10 - holds up beautifully well. We saw it with the score performed live by The BBC Symphony Orchestra - an interesting idea but it made the dialogue a little difficult to hear at times.

Margaret Hamilton & Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz (1939, dir. Victor Fleming)

Poster: You've always had the power my dear, you just had to learn it yourself." Glinda, The Wizard of Oz

Something we need to remember for ourselves and remind our students as well... (Poor grammar and all... :) )

don't ever mistake my silence for ignorance, my calmness for acceptance and my kindness for weakness .