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Dorothy’s blue and white gingham dress was actually blue and pink. True white looked underwhelming on the big screen due to the Technicolor process. Dorothy’s hair changes length in the movie, most visible in the Scarecrow’s cornfield scene. This was due to reshoots, and changes in her costume and overall look.
The girl’s voice heard in the Tin Man’s “If I Only Had a Heart” belongs to Adriana Caselotti, who voiced Walt Disney’s Snow White.
The original 120-minute cut of the film was viewed by a theatrical audience only one time. The early Technicolor process required more light than a normal film production, so The Wizard of Oz set temperatures often exceeded 100 degrees.
After the Scarecrow gets his brain, he states the isosceles Pythagorean Theorem incorrectly.
The now famous song “Over the Rainbow” was almost cut from the movie, because execs thought it made the movie too long.
The special effects crew used flavored Jell-O powder to color the horses for the Emerald City scenes. It was a snappy shoot since the horses attempted to lick themselves clean.
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