In the key scene in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, Judy Garland skips down the yellow brick road with her dog Toto and hundreds of helpful munchkins.
“They would make Judy’s life miserable on set by putting their hands under her dress,” wrote Sid Luft in the forthcoming posthumous book, Judy and I: My Life With Judy Garland.
To make a picture like The Wizard of Oz, everybody had to be a little drunk with imagination.”
Garland was 17 when she made the film, which is often cited among the most influential movies of all time.
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