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Wizard of Oz, The - Toto Vanishes
At the scene where the wicked witch throws a ball of fire at the Scarecrow, after the Tin-Man puts the fire out with his hat, Scarecrow, Dorothy, and the Tin-Man are discussing what the wicked witch just said (turn me into a beehive and whatnot). Notice that Dorothy is clutching Toto to her chest. When the camera angle changes to Dorothy saying "I feel like I've known you all along," Toto is nowhere to be seen... the world famous "vanishing dog" trick!
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Contributed By: JoEPaC on 05-19-2001 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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Comments:
angibabye writes:
This is probably due to a deleted scene. I'm not sure exactly what happens in it, but the scarecrow and the tinman switch places somehow, and Toto apparently is let down by Dorothy...maybe it was a dance sequence...I don't know. But it was deleted, and as for the scene after it, the screen had to be reversed so that the scarecrow and the tinman retained their previous positions. Obviously, the part where Dorothy let down Toto could not be corrected. Good job.
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suga² writes:
Keep in mind toto is small. I mean, c'mon. She could have lowered toto to where the camera couldn't have seen. Maybe this wasn't intentional. However, it is unrealistic.
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chelsea writes:
is it when they were in her castle and she put's the burning broom on him ? because if it is she put's toto down and she picks up the bucket of water and throws it on scarecrow (melting the witch at the same time)
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