A 1939 movie based on the books of L. Frank Baum.
When the books were originally published, many Americans believed they were filled with socialist and unionist propaganda, even going so far as to claim Baum wanted to include a "silver"-brick road in a direct slam against the gold standard.
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Wizard of Oz
innocent girl from the heartland
(played by Judy Garland, a gay icon)
drug-induced fantasy land where she was greeted by labor activists from the local guild
she kills local official and the becomes a fugitive
going on the run with
a labor unionist
an animal activist
and a tree hugger
who all happene to be great dancers
then they got so high on poppies they thought they were being attacked by flying monkeys
short walk from
no place like home to "it takes a village"
- Real Americans on the crew often times hanged themselves in the background while filming to protest the blatant liber-homo agenda
- the munchkins were forced to entertain the crew with pornographic orgies every day due to a clause in the liber-homo labor contract
- the original "Horse of a Different Color" was covered in an aluminum-based paint that sent the beast to an iron lung to later be replaced by Buddy Ebsen.