He said that due to the fact that it was an indoor set they wanted to give it a more outdoors look and reqruited various exotic animals from the Los Angeles Zoo and allowed to roam the set. The suicide scene allegedly takes place when Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and the Tin Man head down the yellow brick road, on their way to Emerald City after the Wicked Witch leaves. Although the legend also says there is one in another sceen, but I don't remember where. The reality is that painting your body would not lead to death. The shoot, at the MGM studio lot in Culver City, California, was dogged by mishaps while key cast members would go on to have spectacularly unhappy lives.
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It has never been cut once it was released except for TV channels who show commercials and have limited time allotments. What scene does the midget hang himself. Ahhh Snopes to the rescue again If you'd like to learn more about how you can support us, click here. A group of children will be swaying back and forth.
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Here's a question sure to stump family and friends: He immediately climbs back up and jumps again, successfully hanging himself. Some time later, scripter David Seltzer's plane was struck by lightning, as was executive producer Mace Neufeld's during a separate journey. So this is just a legand that developed when the movie could come out on video. Maybe they threw it in there and never released that it was fake so years later people like us would still be sitting around talking about it. Never piss off a Munchkin. With the advent of home video, viewing audiences were able to rewind and replay the scene in question, view it in slow-motion, and look at individual frames in the sequence all on screens smaller and less distinct than those of theaters , and imaginations ran wild.
Thomas Markle fears he will not see Meghan ever again since missing None of the filming took place in homes, as it was all on a set. Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Whether that can be reproduced on stage remains to be seen. Believe it or not, my sons school just did The Wizard of Oz play last week and one of the 3 living munchkins from the movie was there, Jerry Maren, he was one of the Lollipop Guild. We will not share your email with anyone for any reason. Official word from the studio is that the dark silhouette eerily hanging from one of the trees was a bird.