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  1. Donor Offers $1M Reward for Judy Garland's Stolen 'Wizard of Oz' Slippers

    12:33 pm 7/11/2015

    The slippers were stolen 10 years ago.Read more

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  2. 'Anne of Green Gables' Star Jonathan Crombie Dies at 48

    4:11 pm 4/18/2015

    The Canadian actor played Gilbert Blythe in the CBC TV movies. Read more

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  3. 'Wizard of Oz' Series 'Emerald City' Revived at NBC

    12:37 pm 4/15/2015

    With David Schulner replacing Josh Friedman as showrunner on the straight to series drama.Read more

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  4. Hollywood's Favorite Films: 7 Musicals to Get Your Toes Tapping

    12:00 pm 12/22/2014

    Get in the mood for this holiday season with 'The Sound of Music' and a plate of cookies and milk Read more

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  5. Cowardly Lion Costume, 'Casablanca' Piano Sell for More Than $3 Million at Auction

    5:40 pm 11/24/2014

    That's still not a record for movie memorabilia Read more

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  6. Original 'Wizard of Oz' Cowardly Lion Costume Up for Sale

    6:28 pm 11/22/2014

    It will take a lot of courage to buy this piece of memorabilia, given the likely priceRead more

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  7. Hillary Clinton Flying Monkey Signs Deface Brentwood Ahead of L.A. Fundraiser

    8:22 am 10/17/2014

    The conservatives' answer to Shepard Fairey is also working on a fake website designed to mock Clinton and the Democratic PartyRead more

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  8. Academy Bringing Hollywood Costume Exhibition to Its May Company Building

    1:38 pm 7/8/2014

    The show, which originated at London's Victoria and Albert Museum and features more than 145 costumes, will arrive in Los Angeles in October.Read more

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  9. Warner Bros. Wins $2.57 Million Ruling Over 'Wizard of Oz' Merchandise

    5:44 am 4/2/2014

    The defendants attempted to avoid this outcome by arguing that the materials used were in the public domain.Read more

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  10. The Battle for the Soul of the Academy Museum

    8:00 am 2/25/2014

    As the $300 million shrine to the Oscars and all of film history readies to break ground at the end of this year, insiders and experts reveal the challenge of how to walk the line between serious scholarship and tourist-friendly appeal.Read more

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