Remember when time ran out and the Witch shattered her hourglass in a rage? This is either an optical illusion or the shadow of a bird or something , I hasten to add there was a Radio drama - a series called Candy Matson Yukon- and a number- it was about a female detective- she was investigating a murder on a movie set - the film took place in old Time San Francisco- there was supposed to be a scene where three bandits were hung as capital punishment in paralell- that is alongside each other, right then and there it hit me this was a parody of Calvary. An additional dozen or so child actresses of average size were hired to make up for the shortage of little people that the studio found to appear in the film. The Munchkins hide from all the commotion until Glinda the Good Witch arrives reassuring them that everything is okay. That'd just be poor decision making on someone's part. Hope this answered your question. The answer is two, not one.
Or — you have to consider all the possibilities — the leg of a naked woman in the throes of a passionate embrace? The few people who had noticed this all came to the assumption that it is a munchkin who is hanging from one of the branches on the tree. Everyone was told time after time that it was simply a bird because they had filmed it at a zoo and it made it seem more natural. That'd just be poor decision making on someone's part. Wow, so it turns out you guys were wrong, huh? Sometimes medication is also helpful on top of that. L-R: Jackie Gerlich, Jerry Maren and Harry Doll The 1939 movie musical was loosely based on Baum's novel. They wore bright col … ored clothes and had odd hair color; green, red, orange, and blue. Although the film is not otherwise a musical, the Munchkins sing and dance much as they do in the 1939 film.
Jinjur makes a brief appearance in the next book entitled , and is later brought back in Baum's twelfth book. According to an urban legend, if you watch the film closely you'll see a scene in which a Munchkin commits suicide by hanging himself. He obviously knew that he wanted to die, and he planned it in advance, therefore, we know for a fact he was thinking about it a lot. What's more, he'd made himself ab … solutely hated. Besides, I looked at the movie, and you know what? Goes to show, not everything is as it seems and even the brightest of things have hidden darkness. Also, the forest scenes in The Wizard of Oz were filmed before the Munchkinland scenes, and thus none of the munchkin actors would yet have been present on set.
Ask the community about a product, service, or program that seems sketchy, or you want to fact-check an old wives tale or a rumor you heard that you can't find about elsewhere? Actors who played munchkins have said in interviews that no one hanged himself. Urban myth or alternative memory? It really does look weird. This year is based on the date on the paper, Freda Betsky 33 at the time was either born in 1915 or 1916. Maren was also the last surviving actor who co-starred in a film starring the. He had gambled like crazy - and lost. In the movie: The munchkins were little tiny people who lived in munchkin land. That the bird was superimposed over the top of the munchkin in order to cover up his death? Bailes and his colleagues at West virginia University concluded that repeated concussions can lead to demenita , which can contribute to severe behavioral problems.
Edited May 30, 2007 by American Chupacabra I remember hearing something about the second one. On June 3, 2010, Maren appeared at in to promote a new Wizard of Oz. Urban legend The official line from the studio has always been that it was a bird. Skip ahead to 15:38 for the pertinent scene. It is a fun story though how morbid am I? Archived from on April 21, 2017. Urban myths, don't ya just love 'em! Notable differences of the munchkins include their country name of , and their clothes of many colors instead of an all-blue attire. One of the first musical adaptations of Baum's books took place in 1902 which was also dubbed.
Acts 1:18 Now this … man purchased a field with the wages of iniquity; andfalling headlong he burst open in the middle and all his entrailsgushed out. If it is real, then why did the director keep it in the movie? Baum researcher has hypothesized that there might be a connection to the , the of the city of spelled München in. Now, rumor has it that a small munchkin can be spotted in the background. Never met him What was the guy who played the Tin Man like? It says the change in focus of the rumour from a stagehand to a suicidal Munchkin appears to have coincided with the heavy promotion and special video re-release of The Wizard of Oz to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 1989. Like the fact that the tree the munchkin was allegedly hanging from was a painted background, not a real tree. Everyone knows the Yellow Brick Road, the Wicked Witch of the West, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion.
You can guess what I saw. Added to the haunted forest background to enhance the creepy atmosphere? That impact was due to the smoothly coordinated design work of a number of collaborating experts. Now, when I saw this, I began to flip out. Zif is a Munchkin boy who appears in 's first adaptation called. The logistics of this alleged hanging defy all credulity. Next week: Was the Lindbergh kidnapping a hoax? Archived from on July 6, 2017. And if your horse is a cribber, or even if he's not and he's just obsessively resting his throat on a fence, try a cribbing collar.
When filming the scene where Dorothy slaps the Cowardly Lion, Judy Garland kept flubbing each take for laughing at Bert Lahr's ridiculous blubbering. No, the consensus is that Adolf Hitler took a cyanide capsule and shot himself in the head on April 30, 1945 in his bunker in Berlin. Like, he'll say she doesn't wear panties, when 30 minutes ago he said that she wore purple silk panties, or something. Archived from on 24 April 2016. Unknown Unknown Played a fiddler Eulie H.