Somewhere Over the Rainbow - The Wizard of Oz (1/8) Movie CLIP (1939) HD





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Dorothy (Judy Garland) fantasizes about a land far away from home and sings "Somewhere Over the Rainbow."

Not to be confused with the cinematic classic starring Judy Garland that would follow six years later, this animated short film is one of countless other celluloid adaptations of L. Frank Baum's best-loved story, The Wizard of Oz. Directed by Ted Eshbaugh, the Canadian film features no dialogue and tells the story of Dorothy, Toto, Scarecrow, and Tin Man's adventures in Oz with a mix of black & white and color animation.

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Cast: Judy Garland, Terry
Directors: George Cukor, Victor Fleming, Mervyn LeRoy, Norman Taurog, King Vidor
Producers: Mervyn LeRoy, Arthur Freed
Screenwriters: Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson, Edgar Allan Woolf, L. Frank Baum, Irving Brecher, William H. Cannon, Herbert Fields, Arthur Freed, Jack Haley, E.Y. Harburg, Samuel Hoffenstein, Bert Lahr, John Lee Mahin, Herman J. Mankiewicz, Jack Mintz, Ogden Nash, Robert Pirosh, George Seaton, Sid Silvers

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Comments • 6,533

Antwon Kingston
1930s depression era music always wishing for hope
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justin bieber
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Gene Wilder passed away listening to this song.
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RedRoboticRabbit I loved Gene
Emma Bancroft
It's not that bad...
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Anthony Espinoza
Sucks that they're all dead :(
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Brock Brocker
Johnathon Barker
zyxwut321 True.
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Am I the only one who watches these old films and just constantly think about how every single actor in their is dead?
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Q They dont truly die, they live on through us.
Leonardo Reis
OMG YES. i thought i was the only depressing one!!
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So it was just revealed by his family, that Gene Wilder passed away whilst listening to this song. Intantly filled up with sadness. It reflects how he influenced my and many other peoples lives, he was a truly magical being #RIP
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Stephanie Blackwater
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The Ultimate Sonic Fan Judy Garland probably isn't, mainly because her children have children by different names.
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Judy was abused on the set of this movie. She wasn't fed because they called her fat and ugly. That's why it looks like she is about to cry throughout this whole movie
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It is said that Toto, upon hearing this song, turned to Judy Garland and said "I miss the rains down in Africa".
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The Rhododobird
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Taylor Morgan
I feel so bad for her. She was on many narcotics during all of her films and was forced to have 2 abortions during her time in the limelight. She hardly ever got any sleep from working so much. They wanted to use her for all they could while she was still looking young. Hollywood sickens me.
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William Edwards
Taylor Morgan where did you get that info from? not saying you're wrong, just never heard that before
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shneck god
Is it just me, or is it kinda sad?
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Tim Dumoulin
2 7 it's so beautiful
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Zeta Clyde
damn her voice
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Emily Brehmer
Timpooo this is the original, it came out in 1939. The one you're thinking about came out as a cover is 1993.
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