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Set of Wizard Of Oz (1939) - Judy Garland and Toto

Set of Wizard Of Oz (1939) - Judy Garland and Toto

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Vincent Minnelli - one of the best director's from the '50s...he actually met Judy Garland on the set of Meet Me in St. Louis and got married :-)

Vincent Minnelli - one of the best director's from the '50s...he actually met Judy Garland on the set of Meet Me in St. Louis and got married :-)

Wizard of Oz

Wizard of Oz

"Princess Dorothy." On the first day of filming, Judy Garland, in her blonde wig and lacquered cosmetics, holds her mark as Technicolor cameraman Allen Davey takes a light meter reading just prior to shooting close-ups for the scene when Dorothy first encounters the Scarecrow, This is the only color photograph known to have survived from Richard Thorpe’s tenure as director.

"Princess Dorothy." On the first day of filming, Judy Garland, in her blonde wig and lacquered cosmetics, holds her mark as Technicolor cameraman Allen Davey takes a light meter reading just prior to shooting close-ups for the scene when Dorothy first encounters the Scarecrow, This is the only color photograph known to have survived from Richard Thorpe’s tenure as director.

A rare on set photo of Judy Garland and Bert Lahr as their characters originally looked before George Cukor made some minor adjustments to The Wizard of Oz.

A rare on set photo of Judy Garland and Bert Lahr as their characters originally looked before George Cukor made some minor adjustments to The Wizard of Oz.

*TOTO & DOROTHY GALE ~ The Wizard of OZ, 1939

*TOTO & DOROTHY GALE ~ The Wizard of OZ, 1939

A stagehand works behind the scenes to make sure that everything is in order, while Judy Garland, Ray Bolger and director Victor Fleming looks on.

A stagehand works behind the scenes to make sure that everything is in order, while Judy Garland, Ray Bolger and director Victor Fleming looks on.

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