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    The Wizard of Oz (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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    • 1 The MGM Studio Orchestra & The MGM Studio ChorusMain Title 2:01
    • 2 Judy GarlandOver the Rainbow 2:46
    • 3 The MGM Studio OrchestraCyclone (Extended Version) 2:20
    • 4 Billie Burke & The MunchkinsCome Out, Come Out... 0:43
    • 5 Judy Garland, Billy Bletcher & The MunchkinsIt Really Was No Miracle 0:59
    • 6 Joseph Koziel & Frank CuckseyWe Thank You Very Sweetly 0:20
    • 7 The MunchkinsDing-Dong! The Witch Is Dead 0:47
    • 8 Billy Bletcher, Pinto Colveg & J.D. JewkesAs Mayor of the Munchkin City 0:33
    • 9 Harry StantonAs Coroner, I Must Aver 0:31
    • 10 The MunchkinsDing-Dong! The Witch Is Dead (Reprise) 0:47
    • 11 Lorraine Bridges, Betty Rome & Carol TevisThe Lullaby League 0:23
    • 12 Billy Bletcher, Pinto Colveg & Harry StantonThe Lollipop Guild 0:25
    • 13 The MunchkinsWe Welcome You to the Munchkin Land 0:43
    • 14 Judy Garland & The MunchkinsFollow the Yellow Brick Road / You're Off to See the Wizard 0:52
    • 15 Ray Bolger & Judy GarlandIf I Only Had a Brain (Extended Version) 3:45
    • 16 Judy Garland & Ray BolgerWe're Off to See the Wizard 0:37
    • 17 Jack HaleyIf I Only Had a Heart (Extended Version) 3:14
    • 18 Judy Garland, Ray Bolger & Бадди ЭбсенWe're Off to See the Wizard 0:28
    • 19 Bert Lahr, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley & Judy GarlandIf I Only Had the Nerve 0:42
    • 20 Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Бадди Эбсен & Bert LahrWe're Off to See the Wizard 0:28
    • 21 The MGM Studio Orchestra, The Debutantes & The RhythmettesOptimistic Voices 1:11
    • 22 Lois January, Elivda Rizzo, Lorraine Bridges, The MGM Studio Chorus, Bobby Watson, Ralph Sudam, Frank Morgan, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Bert Lahr, Tyler Brook, Oliver Smith & Charles IrwinThe Merry Old Land of Oz 1:54
    • 23 Bert Lahr, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley & Бадди ЭбсенIf I Were King of the Forest (Extended Version) 4:18
    • 24 Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Бадди Эбсен & Bert LahrThe Jitterbug (Outtake) 3:25
    • 25 Ken Darby & The MGM Studio ChorusDing-Dong! Emerald City (Outtake) 1:16

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    " Mighty Miracle Show Of 1000 Delights !"
    Country
    Runtime 1 hr 41 min
    Budget $2 777 000
    Premiere: World $25 637 669 December 2, 1939
    USA $24 790 250
    Other countries $847 419
    Box Office – Budget $22 860 669
    Premiere: USA $24 790 250 August 10, 1939
    first day $1 195 606
    theaters 681
    rollout 339 days
    Digital: World September 26, 2013
    Production Companies Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Description

    Young Dorothy Gale and her dog Toto are swept away by a tornado from their Kansas farm to the magical Land of Oz, and embark on a quest with three new friends to see the Wizard, who can return her to her home and fulfill the others' wishes.

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    Production

    Production on the film began when Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) showed that films adapted from popular children's stories and fairytale folklore could still be successful. In January 1938, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer bought the rights to L. Frank Baum’s hugely popular novel from Samuel Goldwyn. Goldwyn had toyed with the idea of making the film as a vehicle for Eddie Cantor, who was under contract to Samuel Goldwyn Productions and whom Goldwyn wanted to cast as the Scarecrow.

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    Watched

    A good fairy tale known to all of us. One of the first and best film adaptations starring Hollywood icon Judy Garland. Despite its age, the fairy tale evokes only the best feelings and a desire to believe in the performance of the characters. Translated to English

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    An ageless fairy tale that clearly tells about the basic principles of morality. The lack of graphics and the ubiquity of luxurious decorations make it possible to enjoy this good science fiction even now. Translated to English

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    What a cool fairy tale film to look at, but I think the first film is the most successful, everything in it is perfect, starting with the work of the actors and the design of the scenery, they are simply beautiful. Translated to English