Wisard of oz midget suicide
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When filming the scene where Dorothy slaps the Cowardly Lion, Judy Garland kept flubbing each take for laughing at Bert Lahr's ridiculous blubbering. What's the myth of the hanging Munchkin. Irvine Welsh's new play Babylon Heights, which has its European premiere in Dublin this week, portrays the backstage lives of the dwarves who played the Munchkins in the legendary Judy Garland film. The Wizard of Oz was never envisioned to play on a screen as small as a TV set, so confusion has arisen about the unusual motion in the background as Dorothy skips away with the Scarecrow and Tin Man. The answer is two, not one. News services Your news when you want it. This Blogger's Books and Other Items from
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Wizard Of Oz Munchkin Swinging Suicide
I then got the courage to watch the movie again. Part of me thinks that it is nothing more than a wind-up but the other half does think 'what if. News services Your news when you want it. No such suicide took place.
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Wizard of oz suicide
And whether one believes that the figure on the film is a munchkin or a stagehand, it is simply impossible that a human being could have fallen onto a set actively being used for filming, and yet none of the dozens of people present — actors, directors, cameramen, sound technicians, light operators — noticed or reacted to the occurrence. And the hourglass the Witch throws had holes drilled into it so it could glide the length of a wire and hit the same mark for each take. The legend holds that, unbeknownst to the film's director, cast, and crew, one of the actors who played a Munchkin in the film committed suicide by hanging himself while the camera was rolling, and that for some reason the shot was never edited out. Another reference to the Oz book series may be the inclusion of a wooden sawhorse in the background of the Tin Man scenes. Here's an example of the urban legend as posted on the internet in It says the bird is often said to be an emu, but is more likely to be a crane. The point about myths is they don't have to be true, but people need to believe in them.
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