Thursday, March 28, 2019

The Compiled Sync List of The Wizard of Oz :: The Wizard of Oz Movies Music Films Essays

The Compiled Sync List of The whizz of Oz001-Echoes 1) The first indicator that incessantlyything is going right is the change from Speak to Me to breathe which coincides exactly with the fade-in appearance of the name of producerMervyn LeRoy*Note In the prologue the say Time (one of the songs on the CD) is written with a capital letter take down though it isnt at the start of the sentence. Also you will find the r eitherying cry Heart capitalized in the middle of a sentence (a sound special(a) to The Dark Side of the Moon). 2) Leave, but dont leave me ... Auntie Em appears to say ... Leave ... to Dorothy and then Dorothy turns to leave looking a objet dart down in the mouth. 3) Right after the words ... Look virtually ... Dorothy looks around. 4) ... Smiles youll give and tears youll cry ... Two men above (Cowardly lion and Tin Woodsman) are smiling and the man below (Scarecrow) is crying. This one is shield of not on time but worth the mention. 5) ... completely you gi ve ... Dorothy touches the man (Cowardly Lion) holding a bucket on his arm. *Note All you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be Dorothys life will only really be all she touches and all she sees in her Kansas home because Oz exists only in her pretty petite head. 6) ... When at last the work is done ... the man (Scarecrow) hits his finger with the dog pound (to the beat of the drum no less) and is done with his work. 7) Right after ... cover that hole ... the farm hand (Scarecrow) points to the ground as if telling Dorothy to guessing a hole. 8) ... Balanced on the biggest wave ... Dorothy is balancing herself on the fence. 9) ... lavation towards an early grave. is said at the moment just before Dorothy fall off the fence rail. ... Down in the pig-pen sayin keep on diggin ... Lyrics from Pigs (Three Different Ones) by Roger Waters on the Animals CD *Note ... Race towards an early grave ... possibly a reference to Judy Garlands untimely death? *Note Judy Garland died in 1969, the same year we put a man on the stargaze ... Ill see you on the Dark Side of the Moon. 10) Song shifts from Breathe to On the Run at the same time (actually just slightly before) Dorothy locomote off the fence.

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