The Wizard of Oz (1939)

The Cowardly Lion

As they make their way down the yellow brick road, the group finds The Cowardly Lion (Bert Lahr) and he joins their journey to see The Wizard.

Directed by King Vidor, George Cukor, Mervyn LeRoy, and Victor Fleming.

Released in 1939 by Warner Bros..

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  • actor: Terry
  • actor: Bert Lahr
  • actor: Jack Haley
  • actor: Judy Garland
  • actor: Ray Bolger
  • director: King Vidor
  • director: George Cukor
  • director: Mervyn LeRoy
  • director: Victor Fleming
  • producer: Mervyn LeRoy
  • producer: Arthur Freed
  • cinematographer: Harold Rosson
  • editor: Blanche Sewell
  • production-designer: William A. Horning
  • production-designer: Jack Martin Smith
  • production-designer: Malcolm Brown
  • role-name: The Cowardly Lion
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  • screenwriter: Jack Haley
  • screenwriter: Ogden Nash
  • screenwriter: L. Frank Baum
  • screenwriter: Bert Lahr
  • screenwriter: Herman J. Mankiewicz
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  • screenwriter: Noel Langley
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  • year: 1939
  • studio: Warner Bros.