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Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale in "The Wizard of Oz" (1939), make-up and costume test, with rejected dress and blond wig.

Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale in "The Wizard of Oz" (1939), make-up and costume test, with rejected dress and blond wig.

Judy Garland at the Toto audition for The Wizard of Oz (1939).

Judy Garland at the Toto audition for The Wizard of Oz (1939).

The wizard of Oz

The wizard of Oz

Judy Garland and Ray Bolger in the Witch's Castle

Judy Garland and Ray Bolger in the Witch's Castle

Sans aucun doute l’un des grands dangers qui guette l’anarchisme à toutes les époques c’est qu’il puisse devenir un ensemble de pratiques vides de tout contenu offensif contre le pouvoir. Cette situation est favorisée, d’une part, par l’ennemi même, à...

"Princess Dorothy." On the first day of filming, Judy Garland, in her blonde wig and lacquered cosmetics, holds her mark as Technicolor cameraman Allen Davey takes a light meter reading just prior to shooting close-ups for the scene when Dorothy first encounters the Scarecrow, This is the only color photograph known to have survived from Richard Thorpe’s tenure as director.

"Princess Dorothy." On the first day of filming, Judy Garland, in her blonde wig and lacquered cosmetics, holds her mark as Technicolor cameraman Allen Davey takes a light meter reading just prior to shooting close-ups for the scene when Dorothy first encounters the Scarecrow, This is the only color photograph known to have survived from Richard Thorpe’s tenure as director.

*THE TIN MAN ~ Wizard of Oz, 1939

*THE TIN MAN ~ Wizard of Oz, 1939

Now, now there Dorothy. Oz never did give nothin' to the Tin Man, that he didn't, didn't already have ...

Now, now there Dorothy. Oz never did give nothin' to the Tin Man, that he didn't, didn't already have ...

The Wizard of Oz

The Wizard of Oz

Alice in Wonderland cake by the 'ArtisanCakeCompany' on flickr. I love how the yellow brick road in is interpreted at the top.

Alice in Wonderland cake by the 'ArtisanCakeCompany' on flickr. I love how the yellow brick road in is interpreted at the top.