| Composer||:||George E. Stoll |
| Composer||:||Harold Arlen American song composer, WIZARD OF OZ (1939)|
| Production Designer||:||Cedric Gibbons Art Director/In USA|
| Star||:||Billie Burke American actress, THE WIZARD OF OZ, MERRILY WE LIVE|
| Star||:||Bert Lahr American Actor/Vaudevillian, THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)|
| Star||:||Jack Haley American Actor, THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)|
| Producer||:||Arthur Freed Producer of musicals/Lyricist|
| Director||:||King Vidor Director/Actor/Screenwriter|
| Star||:||Margaret Hamilton American Actress, THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)|
| Star||:||Charley Grapewin American Character Actor, THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)|
| Star||:||Ray Bolger American Actor/Dancer, THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)|
| Producer||:||Mervyn LeRoy American Director/Producer|
| Choreographer||:||Busby Berkeley Choreographer/Director|
| Composer||:||Herbert Stothart American Composer/Arranger|
| Source Writer||:||L. Frank Baum Novelist/"Wizard Of Oz"|
| Star||:||Judy Garland American actress/singer, THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)|
| Screenwriter||:||Edgar Allan Woolf SCREENWRITER"FREAKS"|
| Star||:||Pat Walshe |
| Screenwriter||:||Florence Ryerson |
| Editor||:||Blanche Sewell American Editor|
| Special Effects||:||A. Arnold Gillespie |
| Costume Designer||:|| Adrian |
| Director||:||Victor Fleming American director, GONE WITH THE WIND (1939)|
| Composer||:||Robert W. Stringer |
| Composer||:||George Bassman American Composer|
| Star||:||Frank Morgan American character actor, THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)|
| Star||:||Clara Blandick American Character Actress, THE WIZARD OF OZ|
| Screenwriter||:||Noel Langley Writer/Director/Plays|
| Director of Photography||:||Harold Rosson |
| Star||:||Mickey Carroll Diminutive actor, THE WIZARD OF OZ|
||Young Dorothy is bored of her gray life on a Kansas farm. When her house is whisked away by a tornado, it lands somewhere over the rainbow in a Technicolor world, and Dorothy knows she's not in Kansas anymore. This beloved, incomparable classic based on L. Frank Baum's turn-of-the-century novel is a musical and visual candy store. Dorothy's journey to find a way back to Kansas has permeated American culture and film for decades and remains one of the best musicals and children's stories ever filmed.
Note: Commentary by historian John Fricke with the film's cast and crew, sing-along feature and much more!
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Digital 5.1 - English, French
Subtitles - English, French, Spanish
"...It somehow seems real and important in a way that most movies don't....The special effects are glorious in that old Hollywood way..."
"We love it...because of the wonderful things it does! Those songs! Those effects! That cinematography!..."
"...THE WIZARD OF OZ's status as a cultural icon has only strengthened through the years..."
"[The film] remains as entrancing as ever....So vibrant it's like watching the world being painted for the first time."
"[It] proves as precious as Dorothy's ruby slippers....It's a journey every film buff should make." -- Grade: A
"There may be no movie more deeply embedded in the subconscious of the baby boom generation than THE WIZARD OF OZ."
Ranked #1 in Entertainment Weekly's Top Ten DVDs Of The Year -- "[T]he extras are filled with heart, brains, and, yes, even courage."
Ranked #16 in Rolling Stone's "Top 25 DVDs Of 2005' -- "[A] dazzling digital reproduction of the original Technicolor."