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One of the first b!ack/white movies that was colorized, IIRC. Starts in B & W, changes to color .
Start pink Floyd's "the wall" cd between 2nd and 3rd MGM lions roar and watch as the film turns color right as "the wall" song changes tempo. A few other remarkable coincidences listening to sound track while watching the movie. Something also about "money" and the yellow brick road or emerald city.
Actually it was shot in color (Technicolor) I first saw it early/mid 70's on the big screen (when they were actually big), early/pre teen at the time, it was years later I found out it was an old film. Alan
It changed to color when Dorothy woke up in OZ.
For sure. I would have guessed everyone had. Being a kid of the 80's though I personally like Return to Oz better. The Wheelers!
It wasn't colorized. It was actually shot in color.
Actually, my little pretty, it was still in black and white when she woke up, in Oz, in her house. It wasn't until she looked (walked) outside when everything was in color!!
Even once she left the house the house was still black and white, they painted it to look more like a black and white movie. Alan
I stand corrected, - thank-you .
it's Dark Side of The Moon, not The Wall, which movie or not is one of the greatest albums of all time
I watched it as a kid in the 90s and I found it to be a very scary and intense movie. The scene with the scary monkeys, that shit almost made me need therapy.
Thanks for the correction. I remember that now. Never tried it but it was a theme of a radio show episode once.
My 3 year old loves the Wizard of Oz. Her favorite character is the TinMan.
Did anyone actually watch the video that the OP posted? That is some funny shit!
That's funny. My Dad has stood by that my entire life.
it was "black and white-ized" for the first part.
i keep meaning to, but never seem to get around to it. some one i used to work with tried it, said it's pretty good. the album is not as long as the movie you should listen to that man
Yes, I watched it.
Yes right after the sound of music
And Right before Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Chitty chitty my all time favorite after all it is a car
Saw that a few weeks ago. Totally didn't remember Benny Hill. ...but did note how not very far removed from a James Bond plot line it was. Caricature villains with quirky henchmen Gadgetry extraordinaire. Truly Scrumptious even fits the profile and naming convention.