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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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