Film Review – The Wizard of Oz (1939)

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  1. Andy says:

    As a kid it was the most terrifying yet enthralling movie I could imagine.

  2. Steve says:

    Nice job bringing light into an old corner of cinematography! Really makes me want to go and watch it again. Been a few years.

  3. ‘The Wizard of Oz’ always has been, and always will be, my all-time favorite film.

  4. I really enjoyed this review.Loved this movie/film and the book. However, didn’t care for the last adaptation. I know this may surprise you but this could be used as an example bullying and what you shouldn’t do. This was an incredible review. Would like to see a review on the last adaptation of The Wizard of Oz compared to the one in 1939. Just a suggestion. Shared on https://daisymae2017.wordpress.com .

  5. dbmoviesblog says:

    I completely agree, what a classic movie it is! By that time standards, it is so advanced and so well-made. It is a pleasure watching, even in the 21st century.

  6. I really enjoyed reading this review. The Wizard of Oz will always be one of my favourite films. The use of technicolor is something that truly dominated the screen and it will always be a prime example of the spectacle of the classical Hollywood era. Even though the film is approaching it’s 80th anniversary and it seems everyone knows everything good and bad about the film and the production of it, one thing I didn’t know is that the film is a book adaptation so that was really interesting for me to discover!

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