It seems as though The Wizard of Oz all takes place in the span of one day. It was just never there. In Baum's The Land of Oz book, a similar sawhorse is brought magically to life and becomes a permanent resident of the Emerald City thereafter. But in the parallel universe of Oz, time functions differently.
Also a good portion of the trees in the background are painted on a backdrop, the entire movie except the clouds in the credits was filmed in doors. She takes a small bite, tosses a piece to Toto and from there it seems to vanish. The explanation given is that it was one of the larger birds on that particular set that creates the illusion of a person hanging! But watch closely, she's still holding it as she begins to sing and at the beginning of the second verse, she tosses the remainder into the barnyard hopefully Toto saw it! In Baum's The Land of Oz book, a similar sawhorse is brought magically to life and becomes a permanent resident of the Emerald City thereafter. Now watch the video clip below, and you decide. It even has gone as far as people giving me names of the "dead" munchkin which are usually made up names. This is an "insider" allusion to the water allergy of her Ozian alter ego, the Wicked Witch of the West. Even in the final-version scene, she is composed until the Lion reaches for his airborne tail -- and misses -- at which Judy breaks character and cracks a small smile! Indeed at the conclusion, Dorothy's family and friends are all wearing the same clothes they had on at the beginning. And the hourglass the Witch throws had holes drilled into it so it could glide the length of a wire and hit the same mark for each take. The answer is two, not one. Also there is no conspiracy, and a race of aliens didn't come and replace the hanging with a bird on all the DVDs and VHS copies in existance. It seems as though The Wizard of Oz all takes place in the span of one day. Listen carefully and you'll hear Dorothy say she tried to get home "for days and days. Remember when time ran out and the Witch shattered her hourglass in a rage? The Wizard of Oz was never envisioned to play on a screen as small as a TV set, so confusion has arisen about the unusual motion in the background as Dorothy skips away with the Scarecrow and Tin Man. One silly urban legend says it is a Munchkin suicide-hanging caught on film. When filming the scene where Dorothy slaps the Cowardly Lion, Judy Garland kept flubbing each take for laughing at Bert Lahr's ridiculous blubbering. As Miss Gulch pulls up to the Gale farmhouse, you can see an umbrella strapped to the front of her bicycle. The Witch is Dead" is reprised, Toto trips down the steps of the city hall and falls in line behind the Munchkin soldiers with no further explanation -- was this the "Toto Trot" to which Connolly was referring? I have carefully reviewed and watched those hundreds of times and there isn't any hanging. When Dorothy meets Professor Marvel, he glances at a portrait of Dorothy and Aunt Em in their Sunday best -- both are wearing wardrobe only seen for this brief moment. In the original L. In actuality, the movement is that of a large stork reacting to the dancing by rising up and unfolding its wings defensively. Just before singing "Over the Rainbow," Dorothy takes one of the "just fried" crullers Aunt Em offers the farmhands.
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The wizard of Oz (Movie) Death Hanging Scene.
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