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The Price Someone Paid For Judy Garland's Dorothy Dress Is Somewhere Over the Rainbow

There's No Place Like Hollywood. | The Hollywood Magic Behind "The Wizard Of Oz"

The Hollywood Magic Behind "The Wizard Of Oz"

The blue and white gingham pinafore dress worn by Judy Garland in her iconic role of Dorothy designed by Adrian for the 1939 film "The Wizard Of Oz," with a video portrait of Garland in the background, on display at the Hollywood Costume exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012.

The blue and white gingham pinafore dress worn by Judy Garland in her iconic role of Dorothy designed by Adrian for the 1939 film The Wizard Of Oz,

Dorothy and Professor Marvel, i.e., the Wizard of Oz.

A Lesson from Professor Marvel

*Image detail for -In the opening scenes of The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy runs away from her Kansas home and promptly encounters Professor Marvel, a seedy, itinerant con artist whose tacky .

One of four known surviving pairs made for the 1939 movie, these are believed to have been worn by Judy Garland’s Dorothy when she clicks her heels to return home to Kansas near the end of the film. This particular pair of ruby slippers used in the film has some one-of-a-kind touches. The inside lining reads #7 Judy Garland and the leather soles are painted red on the bottom. They are described as in mint condition but with light scuffs on the soles.

The original Ruby red slippers that Judy Garland wore as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. Isis wears ruby red slippers in Spell Fire.

Judy Garland's original dress from The Wizard of Oz goes up for auction - and it's set to reach half a million dollars

Judy Garland's original dress from The Wizard of Oz goes up for auction - and it's set to reach half a million dollars

Judy Garland’s original costume from The Wizard of Oz could sell for half a million dollars when it hits the auction block next month.

Profiles in History Debbie Reynolds - wizard of oz-2

Wizard OF Oz , MUSEUM photo.(note that this is the original earlier costume that was later not used in the movie)

atomic-flash:  Flying Monkey from The Wizard Of Oz (1939)

The 'flying monkeys' a term taken from The Wizard of Oz because they did whatever the Wicked Witch asked of them even if it was wrong. The narcissist in your life has many of these and they will use them to help control or guilt you into submission.

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Darlings, today& the day Hollywood history goes on the auction block. Legendary performer Debbie Reynolds has amassed over the last 50 years a legendary

Wizard of Oz Good or Bad Witch Tin Sign at AllPosters.com

Wizard of Oz Glinda "Are You a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?

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