The Wizard of Oz - 1939
Did you watched ?
Add to your Fliist
Add

The Wizard of Oz

Updated: 31 Aug 2021
Directors:
Victor Fleming Noel Langley Florence Ryerson Edgar Allan Woolf Mervyn LeRoy Arthur Freed Harold Rosson Blanche Sewell Leonard Murphy Malcolm Brown William A. Horning Jack Martin Smith Cedric Gibbons Edwin B. Willis Adrian A. Arnold Gillespie Noel Langley Harold Arlen Jack Dawn Keith Weeks L. Frank Baum Lyle Dawn
Actors:
Judy Garland Ray Bolger Jack Haley Bert Lahr Margaret Hamilton Frank Morgan Clara Blandick Charley Grapewin Billie Burke The Singer Midgets Pat Walshe Terry Jerry Maren Parnell St. Aubin Paul Rodriguez Adriana Caselotti
Genre:
Fantasy, Family, Adventure
Country: no data
Year: 1939
Young Dorothy finds herself in a magical world where she makes friends with a lion, a scarecrow and a tin man as they make their way along the yellow brick road to talk with the Wizard and ask for the things they miss most in their lives. The Wicked Witch of the West is the only thing that could stop them.
Actor, Musician
12 followers
37 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
Favorite musical? Oooh, well you cannot go wrong with The Wizard of Oz. I watch it every year with my family.
Open FLIIST
Entrepreneur, Journalist
12 followers
90 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
The best movie that is a musical is "Wizard of Oz," but that's in a category all to itself.
Open FLIIST
Politician
17 followers
88 FLIISTs
over 1 year ago
When I was much younger [it] was my favorite movie. I just loved imagining myself being there with Dorothy and being part of that great adventure she had.
Open FLIIST
Actress
13 followers
58 FLIISTs
over 1 year ago
Well, the first movie I ever saw was Wizard of Oz, and that was when I kind of realized that movies — almost in a way — existed, that this other world of movies could be my playground too, and that was definitely probably the movie that fascinated me and entranced me with, hence, Hollywood. Not to be cheesy about it.
Open FLIIST
Actress
41 followers
46 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
Gone With the Wind, and The Wizard of Oz, were two movies that I grew up with and had a lasting effect on me.
Open FLIIST
Actress, Blogger, Musician
131 followers
151 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
Favorite childhood movie? - Wizard of Oz or 16 Candles
Open FLIIST
Entrepreneur
8 followers
139 FLIISTs
1 year ago
I love being behind the scenes. The character I loved most in The Wizard of Oz was the wizard. ’Cause he was behind the curtain.
Open FLIIST
Actor, Director
7 followers
60 FLIISTs
1 year ago
Rather than watch television, he recently has immersed himself in a trip through some of the greatest films ever made -- from the 2011 Mexican movie Miss Bala to director Victor Fleming's The Wizard of Oz and Gone With the Wind, which he viewed back-to-back -- as if he wants to quench a raging thirst for the knowledge that will allow him to seize the ring within his grasp.
Open FLIIST
Actress, Model
4 followers
32 FLIISTs
4 months ago
Favorite Movie: Scream, The Wizard of Oz, Star Wars, Kung Fu Panda 2
Open FLIIST
Actress, Producer
5 followers
22 FLIISTs
3 months ago
Favourite Film : The Wizard Of Oz
Open FLIIST
Actress
267 followers
66 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
What movie makes me cry.... Probavly the Wizard of Oz. When Judy Garland sings "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" I cry.
Open FLIIST
Actress
53 followers
30 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
One movie role you would die to play? The Wicked Witch of the West in a remake of The Wizard of Oz.
Open FLIIST
Writer, Screenwriter
23 followers
83 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
Films don't get much more classic than this. What a cast! Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, the guy who replaced Buddy Epson as the Tin Woodman whose name I always forget, Margaret Hamilton (never been a better Wicked Witch, never will be), Frank Morgan's avuncular rapscallion of a Wizard (MGM wanted W.C. Fields for the role, which would have been a hoot) and of course Judy Garland as Dorothy (MGM wanted Shirley Temple for that role, which would have been… ah… sweet). And we can't forget her little dog Toto. The music is marvelous, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" became one of Garland's greatest hits, and numerous lines from the film have become part of our common culture.
Open FLIIST
Actress
26 followers
51 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
The movie I've seen the most times is.. The Wizard of Oz, probably.
Open FLIIST
Actress, Musician
193 followers
66 FLIISTs
2 years ago
Favorite film growing up? The Wizard of Oz.
Open FLIIST