The famous classic movie Wizard of Oz is a piece of art that will always remain in our hearts. We’ve watched it at least ten times so far, and even if you’ve seen it only once, you will remember and know what’s with the – “we aren’t in Kansas anymore.”
As great the movie was, you can imagine that the props were worth a lot of money. Take Dorothy’s ruby red slippers for example, which have been displayed for many years at the Judy Garland Museum until 2005, when they vanished. Believe it or not, but 13 years later, the authorities crack the case of the missing slippers!
20. The Wizard of Oz
Nobody will forget the bright red shoes that Dorothy wore in the 1939 classic. It was a perfect choice for the first film that used Technicolor. The vivid color was used to highlight that the slippers were magical. These slippers would help Dorothy come back home in Kansas…