Special Effects: The Wizard Of Oz

11/19/2019; 42 minutes

Dangerous stunts, actor injuries, how to build a twister, and the technicolor production process all arise in this bright and deep conversation about The Wizard of Oz (1939) between UW Milwaukee professor Jocelyn Sczepaniak-Gillece and graduate student Hannah Garibaldi. Professor Sczepaniak-Gillece introduces and describes the gradual formation of the film's enduring legacy as a nostalgic, family television tradition after its initial box-office disappointment. Recorded on 10/05/2019. (#35326)

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