The Wizard of Oz

Recommended for ages 5 & up


Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr,

What better activity for a holiday weekend than a trip down the Yellow Brick Road together with Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion, and the Tin Woodsman? In a 35mm print that shows off its jewel-like colors and unforgettable music, this true classic has delights to beckon little munchkins and Auntie Ems alike to the theater (just don’t bring your little dog, too). The Wizard may be a sham, but the magic behind the movie curtain is real, and it endures.

  • Noel Langley
  • Florence Ryerson
  • Edgar Allan Woolf
Based On
  • the novel by L. Frank Baum

  • Harold Rosson
  • English
Print Info
  • Color
  • 35mm
  • 101 mins
  • Warner Bros.

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The wizard of oz (article), People Weekly, 1998

The Mary Pickford theater in the Library of congress (program), Mary Pickford Theater (Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.), 1989

The wizard of Oz (review), Village Voice, Andrew Sarris, 1986

Films in focus (article), Village Voice, Andrew Sarris, 1985

How did the wizard become respectable? (article), Los Angeles Times, Ray Bradbury, 1977

Managing the munchkins (article), Daily Californian (Berkeley, Calif.), Carlon Tanner, 1977

Scarecrows we have known and loved (article), West Bay Today, Eleanor Knowles, 1976

Some secrets of 'Wizard of Oz' (article), Shirley Eder, 1973

Fantasy in filmland (review), Liberty, Beverly Hills, 1939

The wonderful wizard of oz (article)

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