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The Wizard of Oz is one of the most famous and influential movies in American history.  Upon its release, the movie garnered several Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture.  In 1989, the US Library of Congress deemed the movie “culturally significant” and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry.  The film’s signature song, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, won the Academy Award for Best Original Song and was later voted the greatest American movie song of all time by the American Film Institute.  Interestingly enough, the song barely made the cut for the movie.  With such great popularity, it is no surprise that there is a plethora of Wizard of Oz merchandise and Wizard of Oz collectibles available.

As with most popular cultural icons, there has been significant speculation about various facts relating to the story of the Wizard of Oz, including:

  • Some say the story’s plot was inspired by various places with which author Frank Baum was familiar.  For instance, the Emerald City possibly represents Holland, Michigan where Baum summered, or perhaps the Chicago World’s Fair (also known as “The White City”). 
  • Many scholars claim that The Wizard of Oz is actually a political satire with the façade of a children’s book.  Allegedly, the Emerald City represented Washington DC (where money is printed) and the charlatan wizard represented President McKinley.  The second version draws many more parallels with markers of that trying era in history, and is often the cited meaning behind the story.
  • According to the rumor mill, if you listen to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon while watching The Wizard of Oz, the two correspond with each othe in a way that looks like a music video.  This phenomenon has been referred to as The Dark Side of the Rainbow.
  • Finally, there were rumors for years about a midget who committed suicide on set due to the rigorous filming process.  People claimed that you can see his shadow in the background of the forest, but these rumors have been debunked by the studio.