80 years ago, in 1939, one of Hollywood’s most beloved classic films was produced: The Wizard of Oz. To mark this anniversary, we’re setting out along the Yellow Brick Road to remember and visit the final resting places of the talented artists who made that film the enduring emerald gem that it is today. Join us as we hitch a ride on a tornado, to the Land of OZ.

Full list of stars visited today: L Frank Baum, Judy Garland, Toto, Clara Blandick, Charley Grapewin, Billie Burke, Mickey Carroll, Meinhardt Raabe, Jerry Maren, Margaret Hamilton, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Bert Lahr, Buster Brodie, Mitchell Lewis, Frank Morgan, Harold Arlen, Herbert Stothart, Ken Darby, Carl Spitz, Buddy Gillespie, Adrian, Cedric Gibbons, Harold Rosson, Blanche Sewell, Mervyn LeRoy, Victor Fleming.

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Written & Produced by Arthur Dark
Music by Giuseppe Vasapolli
Additional music by Arthur Dark
Special Thanks to Steve Goldstein

Disclaimer: Tour videos are independently produced, and are not endorsed by the respective cemetery. When visiting a cemetery, do so only during regular visiting hours, take only pictures, and leave only approved grave offerings. Be courteous and respectful of both the living and the dead. In deference to families of those profiled herein, any requests to remove profiles by family members of the individual will be honored.

“The Wizard of Oz” was produced by MGM, and is property of Warner Bros. Pictures.

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20 thoughts on “Hollywood Graveyard in The Land of Oz

  1. Ok second video today I've seen yeah I brought up pronunciation of englands shires but now I've subbed after this, by far the most interesting channel about the other side and those who are there.
    Superb channel deserves every credit and sub.

  2. Love the movie and this is a very nice tribute to those responsible for it. Thanks for posting it.

  3. Wow I want to visit totos grave !! I always thought about the dog ! Thank you so much for your work ! I am a huge fan 🙂

  4. “Over the Rainbow” would be just a regular tune had it been sung by someone other than Judy Garland. Her beautiful voice set it’s rendition apart. Hearing her sing it is always emotional for me. At one time the producers wanted Shirley Temple for the role of “Dorothy”. While Shirley could no doubt perform the dance steps, she would never be able to SING “Over the Rainbow” like Judy ! Did you know during his administration John F. Kennedy would have Judy sing this song over the phone.

  5. This was my mother’s favorite movie as a child, and mine too. It was absolutely ahead of its time. The scene where it cuts from black and white to color was astonishing! Such a beloved story, even though they changed a few things from book to movie, I adore this story so much!

  6. Absolutely lovely video!!
    Thank you for taking us on a journey through every important role of this historical cinematic gem.
    How lovely the graves were and the graveyards they were in. I was, however, a little sad about Billie Burke's. Hers seemed somehow barren, for such a lovely actress and lady and forever memorable role.
    Again, thanks so much and well done!!

  7. Just like everyone else, I watched this every year. Anyone remember Margaret Hamilton doing Folgers coffee commercials?

  8. The end of Judy's life was absolutely sad and heartbreaking. She was a wonderful human being with a lost soul. I truly hope she is at peace.

    Love you Judy

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