Most Voted Titles With Margaret Pellegrini
1. The Wizard of Oz (1939)
PG | 102 min | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Dorothy Gale is swept away from a farm in Kansas to a magical land of Oz in a tornado and embarks on a quest with her new friends to see the Wizard who can help her return home in Kansas and help her friends as well.
Votes: 319,685 | Gross: $22.20M
2. Johnny Got His Gun (1971)
R | 111 min | Drama, War
A World War I soldier, rendered blind, deaf, limbless, and mute by a horrific artillery shell attack, finds a unique way of communicating with his doctors.
3. Entertainment Tonight (1981– )
30 min | News
"Entertainment Tonight" is the #1 syndicated entertainment newsmagazine in the world. Launched in 1981, ET is anchored by Mary Hart and Bob Goen. Primary substitute anchors are Jann Carl ... See full summary »
5. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic (1990 TV Movie)
TV-G | 52 min | Documentary
Documentary about the making of the 1939 MGM classic film The Wizard of Oz. Includes interviews of cast and crew members, their families and fans of the film.
Biography (1987– )
Judy Garland: Beyond the Rainbow
60 min | Documentary, Biography
The life of the most talented singer/actress Judy Garland who been performing since the age of three with her two sister and hit stardom on films, but led tragedy on her life.
7. Memories of Oz (2001 TV Special)
Unrated | 30 min | Short, Documentary
Interviews with filmmakers/fans Willard Carroll and John Waters, Stephen Cox, author of The Munchkins of Oz, Munchkin actors and others on the impact and influence of the 1939 MGM film version of The Wizard of Oz.
8. Because of the Wonderful Things It Does: The Legacy of Oz (2005 Video)
26 min | Documentary, Short
The magical influence that The Wizard of Oz (1939) had on future entertainment and continues to have on audiences, writers, collectors, and more.
9. The Yellow Brick Road and Beyond (2009 Video)
Not Rated | 51 min | Documentary
The Yellow Brick Road and Beyond tells the complete history of "The Wizard of Oz", highlighting some of the earliest stage and screen adaptations, such as the 1925 silent version and the ... See full summary »