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





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Published on May 26, 2011

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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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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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I love Judy Garland so much
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I.Mendoza Trucking
My Moms Favorite Movie :) thats her ringtone and my call tune when she calls me
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Beaky Gee
This is like a song that just puts you in like a happy mood, but sad to know they all died. Rest in peace <3
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mike- rayner-videos
the most beautiful song ever 🐦
Ramin Outdoors
She's not dead she's just somewhere over the rainbow ;)
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Unique Freak
This song is so comforting but really sad at the same time as world war 2 started when Wizard of Oz came out.It's so depressing that Judy garland died from drug overdose.May god bless all dead soldiers who risked their lives for us.Amen 😭🙏💕❤️
naia lovegood
anyone here after one love manchester?
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Eduardo Gss
Qué bonita película y qué bonita canción canta Judy Garland #JudyGarland #ElMagoDeOz
Always will be my favorite song of all time
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