The Wizard of Oz Book and Record : Colemans Collectibles | Ruby LanePlease refresh the page and retry. All right. The film is universally revered. But I might as well come straight out and admit it. I have vivid memories of seeing it as a child.
The Wizard of Oz
Widely regarded to be one of the greatest films in cinema history ,  it is the most commercially successful adaptation of L. Characterized by its use of Technicolor although not being the first to use it , fantasy storytelling, musical score, and memorable characters, the film has become an American pop culture icon. The television broadcast premiere of the film on the CBS network reintroduced the film to the public; according to the Library of Congress , it is the most seen film in movie history.
The Wizard Of Oz (Disneyland Records)
I grew up with these records and for all of my childhood, these were OZ to me. Since the MGM film was only shown once a year in the s and I wasn't always allowed to watch it, I would retreat to my Disney OZ records and immerse myself in these. As a child, it never occurred to me that all of the characters were voiced by just a few actors. The lush arrangements are by Tutti Camarata. But as an 8 year-old kid, who knew? It took several decades and a lot of research to uncover all of this. I have pristine copies of these records in my collection now most of them also converted to CD for easier access which I still enjoy playing from time-to-time, when I feel nostalgic.
Renee Zellweger talks Judy in behind the scenes featurettes Pretty much everyone is unanimous in their praise of Renee Zellweger, who gets under the skin of Hollywood icon Judy Garland. Zellweger brings us the emotionally crumbling Judy of the s as she battled her difficult past and her own personal demons. With Zellweger potentially in line for her first Best Actress Oscar, here are some behind the scenes featurettes in which she discusses the making of the film.
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The Wizard Of Oz In Story And Song - The Happy Time Chorus (Full Album) (HD Vinyl)
The vinyl record version adaptation is rather basic, but at times the text closely follows Baum's text, and the film's songs were licensed for the album. It opens with the studio chorus singing "Somewhere, Over The Rainbow", then an adult Dorothy Gale introduces and tells the familiar classic adventure of how she and her dog Toto were taken from Kansas to the land of Oz by a tornado. When Dorothy lands in Oz, the munchkins sing "Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead! The kalidahs and the river are not included, the group encounter the poppy field, but the lion falling asleep in the poppy field is removed. The four friends visit the wizard in the reverse order from the book with the lion being first and Dorothy being last, then he sends them to destroy the wicked witch of the west. The wicked witch's attacks are shortened to just the wolves, crows, and winged monkeys who take Dorothy to the witch, but there is no mention of the golden cap.
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