You well see a creepy seen with no singing and they are walking to the camera you well see a bird fly across the screen look carefully and you well see a big chunk of the movie cut out and dubbed over. Unfortunately, once those stories began to circulate — beginning in the 1960s — any surviving Munchkins had to take the blame for the behavior of the few, and untrue rumors spread wildly. They wore bright col … ored clothes and had odd hair color; green, red, orange, and blue. In the movie: The munchkins were little tiny people who lived in munchkin land. Other versions of the rumor combined elements from both explanations, such as the claim that the strange figure was actually a stagehand hanging himself. I managed to get hold of a copy of the blu-ray version and — whoa Nelly! Snopes says the myth is just that - a myth.
It was hard to notice unless you knew it was there. It's only a bird taking off. I guess the hanging person legend has too much flare to die down. The rumour began in the 1980s, when The Wizard of Oz started appearing on home video. Nothing about them appeared in the rabid Hollywood media or elsewhere at the time. I will unsolicited now briefly explain why, through computer technology, the restoration team was able to present to cinephiles the film in greater clarity than ever before. How else do you explain illogical phenomena like organised religions and Susan Boyle? All people in this video about filming movie clearly wear those fake smiles and that video was shot just to cover up the truth, they even payed one of original munchkin still alive to tell the lie, his face is clearly stressed when he say that nothing happened.
What appeared to be a hang … ed Munchkin was really the shadow of a bird. Lastly, this movie has some of the darkest history of any movies. However, some seventy other contemporary reviews were raves. It doesn't mean the person doesn't love them. Bots are not allowed on this sub. Each frame from the three strips could be aligned with perfect precision. In the original 1900 book edition, and the beloved 1939 film version, of 'The Wizard of Oz', the Munchkins started out as small people.
Everyone knows the Yellow Brick Road, the Wicked Witch of the West, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion. Otherwise, the movie would be rated R or they could ban it. Frank Baum book, the Witch carries an umbrella, not a broom. Animals were brought in to be in some background scenes. Myth has it that one of the dwarf actors was driven to despair over his unrequited love for a female Munchkin and decided to end it all right there on the set. Have they spotted the Munchkin? Some of the scenic passages are so beautiful in design and composition as to stir audiences by their sheer unfoldment. None of this was good and smacked of Bull Shit.
Temple was then the number one movie attraction in the country and more age-appropriate for the role of Dorothy than Judy Garland. I tried it too with The Wizard of Oz. Make of that what you will. The answer is two, not one. Soviet forces were only about half a mile away. This will allow them to fly of course, but munchkins tend not to be content with such a mechanical method.
And perhaps a more interesting question — why? Not to mention that there were many rumors of the munchkin actors being treated very badly on set which could've driven one of them to do this. And the origin of the word 'munchkin' definitely isn't something that he explained. Much of the Oz audience was comprised of children, who paid less than half of the average adult ticket price. Whoever is blocking this conspiracy is very smart. Was it a bird, was it a Munchkin? The story about the suicidal Munchkin actor who was claimed to have killed himself after being turned down by his love interest appears to have been invented at some point in the late Eighties.
Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh's new play, which opens in Dublin this week, seizes on the legend of a small shadowy figure hanging from a tree in the Wizard of Oz - said to be a hanging Munchkin. And the hourglass the Witch throws had holes drilled into it so it could glide the length of a wire and hit the same mark for each take. My personal belief is a combination of things. In the book, they began and continued a love for blue. I'm not saying it is possible, but it could happen. Also, the bird appears in the original trailer for the film.
After all, the original film stock consists of roughly 4,000 vertical lines of resolution! No trolling, aggressive behavior, name calling, bickering 2. Users who use bots on this sub, especially for the sake of upvoting, downvoting, creating automated comments or posts, deceptively creating a false bias in favor of your position, or otherwise disrupting discussion of the Mandela Effect in general. However, clips from the his videos appear in the last video featured in this article. One of the actors playing a munchkin hanged himself during the making of The Wizard of Oz - and in this shot, his body can be seen hanging from a tree Ah, this perennial old internet chestnut. Self-centered people love to talk about themselves, so you let him keep talking about it, a … nd eventually he might tell so many lies that he'll get them mixed up, and say something contradictory. It is all over the scene.