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The Greatest Picture in the History of Entertainment!
|In this charming film based on the popular L.Frank Baum novel, Dorothy and her dog Toto are caught in a tornado's path and somehow end up in the land of Oz. Here she encounters some memorable friends and foes in her journey to meet the Wizard of Oz who everyone says can help her return home and possibly grant her new friends their goals of a brain, heart and courage.|
Editor's NoteYoung Dorothy is bored of her gray life on a Kansas farm. When her house is whisked away by a tornado, it lands somewhere over the rainbow in a Technicolor world, and Dorothy knows she's not in Kansas anymore. This beloved, incomparable classic based on L. Frank Baum's turn-of-the-century novel is a musical and visual candy store. Dorothy's journey to find a way back to Kansas has permeated American culture and film for decades and remains one of the best musicals and children's stories ever filmed.
The Wizard of Oz - 70th Anniversary Two-Disc Special Edition (1939) - DVD Review
By: The Masked Movie Snobs Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 9/29/2009 7:43 PM
|It's intimidating to sit down to write a review of The Wizard Of Oz. I put it right up there with reviewing The Beatles or Huck Finn. What do you say that hasn't already been said? How do you find an angle on something in its seventh decade? For full disclosure, I have to admit that this movie has been in my Top 5 films ever since I was probably five- or six-years-old. Movies have come and gone and this film has never wavered. When we got a VCR, it was the first film I taped off of TV and watched and rewatched. When it was released on VHS, I had the deluxe edition. And back again for another version for the 50th Anniversary. In 1999, I was put my money down for a bare bones DVD version for the 60th Anniversary. Just back in 2005, I purchased the three-disc Collector's Edition on DVD. Now, Warner Bros. has gone into full Oz-mode again for the 70th Anniversary of the film....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Robert W. Stringer - Composer|
|George Bassman - Composer|
|Noel Langley - Screenwriter|
|Harold Rosson - Director of Photography|
|Florence Ryerson - Screenwriter|
|Blanche Sewell - Editor|
|A. Arnold Gillespie - Special Effects|
|Adrian - Costume Designer|
|Edgar Allan Woolf - Screenwriter|
|George E. Stoll - Composer|
|Harold Arlen - Composer|
|Cedric Gibbons - Production Designer|
|Mervyn LeRoy - Producer|
|Busby Berkeley - Choreographer|
|Herbert Stothart - Composer|
|L. Frank Baum - Source Writer|
|Arthur Freed - Producer|
|King Vidor - Director|
|Victor Fleming - Director|
Plot SummaryJudy Garland stars as Dorothy in a musical based on the classic children's book by L. Frank Baum. When Dorothy's neighbor, Miss Gulch, threatens to take away Dorothy's precious dog, Toto, Dorothy runs away from home. Attempting to return, she and her house are caught in a twister and blown to the garish, color-saturated Land of Oz. The house lands atop Oz's Wicked Witch of the East, killing her and making Dorothy an instant celebrity. The Wicked Witch of the West, the sister of the deceased witch, soon arrives and threatens revenge. Dorothy must escape from Oz by following the Yellow Brick Road to the Emerald City, where the great Wizard of Oz can help her return to Kansas. Along the way, Dorothy picks up some new friends--the heartless Tin Man, the brainless Scarecrow, and the courage-less Cowardly Lion, each of whom hopes that the Wizard can offer him what he lacks. The long journey to see the Wizard is filled with dangers and traps planted by the Wicked Witch of the West--as well as lots of phenomenal musical numbers. Filled with extravagant sets and costumes and 40 minutes of rambunctious song and dance routines, Dorothy's adventures in Oz are pure delight. The film deservedly holds a precious place in the hearts of millions.
|"I'll get you, my pretty. And your little dog too!"----The Wicked Witch of the West (Margaret Hamilton)|
|"The great and powerful Oz has spoken!"----The Wizard of Oz (Frank Morgan)|
|"Ding--dong, the witch is dead."----Munchkin song|
|"There's no place like home."----Dorothy (Judy Garland)|
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