The Wizard of Oz (1939)

There's No Place Like Home

Dorothy (Judy Garland) wakes up in Kansas and remembers her wonderful adventures in Oz, but tells her family “there’s no place like home.”

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

Released in 1939 by Warner Bros..

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  • mood: Inspiring
  • mood: Family-Friendly
  • mood: Exciting
  • mood: Emotional
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  • mood: Imaginative
  • setting: Bedroom
  • theme: Family
  • actor: Terry
  • actor: Frank Morgan
  • actor: Bert Lahr
  • actor: Clara Blandick
  • 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 Guard Who Cries
  • role-name: Professor Marvel
  • role-name: Auntie Em
  • role-name: The Wizard of Oz
  • role-name: Hunk
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  • role-name: The Tin Man
  • role-name: The Carriage Driver
  • role-name: Hickory
  • role-name: Zeke
  • role-name: The Scarecrow
  • role-name: Dorothy Gale
  • role-name: The Gatekeeper
  • 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.