‘The Wizard of Oz’ 75th Anniversary 3D IMAX Poster

The 1939 classic starring Judy Garland will be re-released in IMAX 3D theaters for one week only, starting September 20th.
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‘The Wizard of Oz’ 75th Anniversary 3D IMAX Poster

Dorothy (Judy Garland), The Scarecrow (Ray Bolger), The Tin Man (Jack Haley), and The Cowardly Lion (Bert Lahr) are as vibrant as ever in the 75th Anniversary poster for The Wizard of Oz. We reported last month that Warner Bros. is re-releasing this 1939 classic in IMAX 3D theaters to commemorate the anniversary, with a one-week only engagement starting on September 20. If this one-sheet is any indication, director Victor Fleming's timeless tale will look better than it ever has in this limited theatrical run, which also coincides with the 75th Anniversary Collector's Edition Blu-ray 3D being released on October 1. CLICK HERE for more details on the release, and stay tuned for information regarding the 75th Anniversary Collector's Edition Blu-ray 3D.

The Wizard of Oz 75th Anniversary Poster

The Wizard of Oz was released August 15th, 1939.


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  • Lori-Seligman • 2 years ago

    hello yall so does anyone know who are the real charcters are in the movie?


    • Andrew-McClure • 2 years ago

      Why did they photoshop out the Tin Man's axe? Can someone please take Oz away from WB so they can't ruin it anymore then they've already done. The 1998 Special Edition was fine, and the 2009 70th Anniversary was great on Blu-ray, not so much in theaters though. So again I repeat someone or somebody please take Oz away from WB.


      • 2movieguys • 2 years ago

        I agree....Is there any reason for an IMAX 3D release of this film?!!


        • bawnian-dexeus • 2 years ago

          @narrator Personally, a 3D release is stupid. The film was never meant for that platform and it's the distributor trying to make a quick cash grab, even though it might be less than the amount they spent doing the conversion. Never been a fan of OZ, but give the original movie well deserved credit for aesthetics and mise-en-scene.


          • thedude1 • 2 years ago

            Is there any reason for an IMAX 3D release of this film?


            • skywise • 2 years ago

              I imagine this will be met with a resounding "meh"


              • narrator • 2 years ago

                Hmmm... After his review, I'm interested to hear what @bawnian-dexeus thinks of this. I'm expecting a shrug or less, but I'm curious all the same.


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