Are you a fan of “The Wizard of Oz”? Hope you said; “YES”. Kool story, there was a chance to walk down the yellow brick road in theaters over the last couple of days in the States, this time to celebrate what would have been Judy Garland’s 100th birthday.
The special screenings of the 1939 film were put on by Fathom Events at movie theaters all over the United States on Sunday and Monday, according to a news release from Fathom.
The screening featured a “rarely seen extended musical number,” according to Fathom.
Garland, who starred in the film as young Kansas farm girl Dorothy swept into a magical world, was born June 10, 1922, in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. She died at 47 in 1969 of a drug overdose.