Interviews with filmmakers/fans Willard Carroll and John Waters, Stephen Cox, author of The Munchkins of Oz, Munchkin actors and others on the impact and influence of the 1939 MGM film version of The Wizard of Oz.
The Yellow Brick Road and Beyond tells the complete history of "The Wizard of Oz", highlighting some of the earliest stage and screen adaptations, such as the 1925 silent version and the ... See full summary »
In the background can be heard some of the incidental orchestral music outtakes that never made it into The Wizard of Oz (1939). These outtakes can also be heard on Rhino Music's 2-CD Deluxe Soundtrack Album of the film. See more »
The documentary states that "The Wizard of Oz" was nominated for five Oscars. It was actually nominated for six. See more »
I purchased the movie and the 75th Anniversary 3D edition as well. Enjoyed the black and white version and the color version even more. A timeless classic best seen on the big screen. I do prefer the color version though. This documentary has information that was not in the special features.
Consider it a must see if you are a fan of the movie, movie history, the actors involved, or the movie industry.
Read the review from Neil Doyle if you want more detailed information. Great review there. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0100950/reviews?ref_=tt_urv
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