The Wizard of Oz (1939)

If I Only Had a Brain

The Scarecrow (Ray Bolger) tells Dorothy (Judy Garland) through a song all about what he would do if he only had a brain.

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

Released in 1939 by Warner Bros..

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  • action: Sing
  • editors-choice: Iconic Lines
  • primary-genre: Classics
  • primary-genre: Children and Family
  • primary-genre: Music and Musicals
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  • secondary-genre: Family Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • secondary-genre: Classic Children & Family Movies
  • secondary-genre: Family Adventures
  • secondary-genre: Classics
  • secondary-genre: Musicals
  • secondary-genre: Classic Movie Musicals
  • secondary-genre: Must-See Musicals
  • secondary-genre: Ages 8-10
  • secondary-genre: Ages 11-12
  • mood: Family-Friendly
  • mood: Feel-Good
  • mood: Imaginative
  • mood: Heartfelt
  • actor: Terry
  • 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 Scarecrow
  • role-name: Dorothy Gale
  • role-name: Toto
  • screenwriter: Jack Haley
  • screenwriter: Ogden Nash
  • screenwriter: L. Frank Baum
  • screenwriter: Bert Lahr
  • screenwriter: Herman J. Mankiewicz
  • screenwriter: Sid Silvers
  • screenwriter: Noel Langley
  • screenwriter: Robert Pirosh
  • screenwriter: George Seaton
  • screenwriter: Florence Ryerson
  • screenwriter: E.Y. Harburg
  • screenwriter: Herbert Fields
  • screenwriter: Arthur Freed
  • screenwriter: Edgar Allan Woolf
  • screenwriter: William H. Cannon
  • screenwriter: Jack Mintz
  • screenwriter: John Lee Mahin
  • screenwriter: Samuel Hoffenstein
  • screenwriter: Irving Brecher
  • year: 1939
  • studio: Warner Bros.