Turner Classic Movies has announced its Big Screen Classics lineup for 2019 which includes Alien, The Wizard of Oz and more.
A pair of Judy Garland's ruby red slippers from The Wizard of Oz have successfully been recovered by the FBI.
Judy Garland's ex-husband, Sid Luft, claims that the actress was treated inappropriately by her Munchkin co-stars while shooting The Wizard of Oz.
Marvel's Black Panther is now Rotten Tomatoes all time best rated movie, topping The Wizard of Oz.
A perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes isn't easy to come by, but classics from Wizard of Oz to E.T. have pulled it off.
After passing on the project last year, NBC has given a straight-to-series order for the Wizard of Oz show Emerald City.
The ceremony will pay tribute to the 1939 classic's 75th Anniversary. Plus, we have a new promo with Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres.
Elementary producers Carl Beverly and Sarah Timberman are behind this series set in New York City and inspired by Wizard of Oz characters.
The 1939 classic starring Judy Garland will be re-released in IMAX 3D theaters for one week only, starting September 20th.
The 1939 classic will celebrate its 75th Anniversary with a one-week engagement starting September 20th.
Warner Home Video is releasing this 1939 classic in a five-disc Blu-ray 3D set on October 1st, in celebration of the studio's 90th Anniversary.
Warner Bros. also announced a number of new Blu-ray and DVD sets to commemorate the studio's birthday next year.
Warner Bros. will base this new version on the original 1939 script.
Sam Mendes is also circling to direct this Wizard of Oz prequel.
This one-night event brings the classic film back to the big screen on September 23rd.
We have all the details on three brand new editions of this 1939 classic.
Out now from Warner Home Video!
Available both as a two-disc special edition and as a three-disc collector's edition that comes with an additional disc of bonus material.
- Release Date
- August 15th, 1939
- Victor Fleming
- Mervyn LeRoy
- Richard Thorpe
- King Vidor
- Noel Langley
- Florence Ryerson
- Edgar Allan Woolf
- L. Frank Baum
- Irving Brecher
- William H. Cannon
- Judy Garland
- Frank Morgan
- Ray Bolger
- Bert Lahr
- Jack Haley
- Billie Burke